Meet Our Community Partners & Volunteers
While HUD provides funds for us to operate and maintain each Fellowship House property, we rely on individual, corporate and congregational donations to cover costs to support programs and services for residents. Fellowship Square offers a variety of activities and programs each month at all our communities to keep residents healthy, informed and engaged!
We are seeking individuals and groups who can help enrich the lives of our residents by hosting an event, program, or by volunteering at any of our properties. If you have an idea for an activity or program you would like to host, contact Kristen Fitzgerald, our Volunteer Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musical Performer: Grace Adeboyejo
Lee Altman’s Tuesday Music Cafe
Pre-Med Volunteers: Trent and Tyren Brown
Fenwick Foundation’s Dental Clinic Brings Smiles to Residents
Founded in 2011, the organization is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to “improve the quality of life, health, and wellbeing in ways that are not addressed or ‘below the radar.’”
Crafter’s Club Delights
Largo Landing Residents
At the height of the pandemic, Patti Berry was faced with a dilemma. Like so many others in quarantine, she was feeling disconnected and isolated. She started making birthday cards for Largo Landing residents and, thus, the Crafter’s Club was born.
Gail’s Tea Party
The Trowel Garden Club
The Trowel Garden Club has been an Eastern Prince William County institution for 70 years and is the oldest gardening club in the
Music To Free
Fellowship House residents are active and engaged at home and in the community.
We have on-site supportive services to help residents live independently.