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Mission and Purpose

The Falls Church Community Service Council, Inc. (FCS), established in 1969, is a coalition of churches and human service organizations in the greater Falls Church area.

The purpose of the FCS organization is to provide needed human services to poor and disadvantaged individuals and families in the Falls Church community. The assistance primarily is for short term and emergency needs with the overall mission of helping individuals and families achieve self sufficiency, an improved quality of life and avoid homelessness.

FCS is sponsoring a CROP Hunger Walk to take place on Sunday, Nov. 10, 1:00 p.m. in Falls Church. Crop Hunger Walks bring neighbors walking together to take a stand against hunger in our world. The walkers raise awareness and funds for international relief and development, as well as local hunger-fighting. Some 2,000 communities across the country take part each year. In the last 20 years, CROP Hunger Walks have raised more than $294 million to help people struggling to feed their families. 25 % of the funds stay in the community to support local hunger-fighting initiatives. The FCS emergency food program is the beneficiary of the local funds raised by this walk. To register for the Falls Church walk or make a donation online, go to www.cropwalk.org and click on Find a Walk. For more information, contact FCS at 703 237-2562 or fcswecare@aol.com.

Annual Report
The latest FCS newsletter/annual report can be found here. Included in the newsletter is information about the annual Thanksgiving food delivery.