If you believe that arts and culture can make Fairfax County a great place to live, work, and play, then you should check out our promotion page. Residents can also volunteer through the United Way of the National Capital Area, the Family Service of Northern Virginia, and other organizations.
ArtsFairfaxis a local arts agency (501 (c)) funded by Fairfax County, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, corporations, foundations, and individuals. Northern Virginia has a long history of caring for all members of the community and providing resources to improve their lives.
If you're looking for a job in Northern Virginia, submit your information and we'll add your company to the list of employers who are currently hiring. Corporate partners in Northern Virginia often collaborate with local nonprofits to make a difference where it's needed most. The Americans for the Arts national network is strengthened by cultivating groups of strong and sustainable professionals in communities like yours. With a wide range of jobs in sectors such as aerospace, finance, technology, and life sciences, you can find your next career move in Northern Virginia.
The UAF works to raise funds to support artistic groups by consolidating cultural fundraising efforts into one organization. They use their knowledge of the cultural community to distribute funds accordingly. The NEA is the only funder of the arts in the United States that provides access to the arts in all 50 states, DC, and US territories. We partnered with Virginians for the Arts to promote participation in Defense of the Arts Day in January at the Richmond State Legislature.
Major foundations such as The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, Greater Washington Community Foundation, and United Way of the National Capital Area are providing grants, programs, and more to nonprofits in Northern Virginia while volunteer organizations team up with nonprofits to secure and coordinate individual and corporate volunteers. The Greater Washington Community Foundation works closely with individuals, families, and businesses to match donor intent with community needs to create a greater local impact in Northern Virginia. Brenda has a master's degree in Arts Administration from Golden Gate University and a degree in Theater Arts from California State University Fresno. The Northern Virginia Community Foundation helps increase philanthropy to respond to needs, encourage innovation, and lead and convene the community.