programs for healthy living


older adults provided with a place to call home


invested in the needs and well being of residents


More and more seniors turn


More and more of them lack the means to afford safe, quality housing.

Homelessness among seniors is projected to

INCREASE 33% by 2020

INCREASE 100% by 2050

The need for low-cost housing for seniors is of paramount importance.

According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, D.C., Maryland and Virginia need to add around


to fill the current affordable housing gap.


Fellowship Square is home to

800+ seniors

living on a very low fixed income.

More than just a roof over their heads, we provide a multitude of programs and services to enhance their quality of living and help them age with dignity. At the same time, we work diligently within affordable housing coalitions to raise the alarm that more development is needed.

Fellowship Square contracts with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to cover expenses associated with each property including overall property management, mortgages, construction costs, building maintenance, taxes, insurance, and rent subsidies. The housing contracts with HUD require Fellowship Square to meet federal regulations pertaining to income profiles of residents. Residents’ rents are no more than 30% of their annual income.

Residents’ rents are no more than
of their annual income.

Strategic Plan Success

In 2017, the Fellowship Square Board of Directors initiated a three-year strategic plan for the organization covering 2018 to 2021. We are proud to share that our four goals have successfully been met! Read about our achievements on this one-page summary.

Your Dollars Make a Difference

Fellowship Square is making sound investments now and into the future – much-needed upgrades to our aging Hunters Woods Fellowship House, a new building for Lake Anne Fellowship House, increasing programs and services for residents, expanding advocacy efforts, and continuing to be equipped for emergency situations that our residents encounter from time to time including food shortages, medical/dental issues, transportation and other urgent needs that are especially challenging for seniors with limited incomes.