Fellowship Square | Quality housing for low-income seniors in VA and MD | Ways to Give
Since 1960, Fellowship Square has provided quality housing for low-income seniors (aged 62 and older) who can live independently. With properties in Reston, Woodbridge and Upper Marlboro, Fellowship Square is proud to meet the physical, social and emotional needs of more than 800 residents.
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Ways to Give

The need for affordable housing and services for older adults has exploded nationally – and locally. With housing, rental and health care costs soaring, older adults are now at greater risk of homelessness than at any time in recent history, according to Justice in Aging.

While our operating costs are supported by funding from HUD, we rely on individual, corporate and congregational donations to cover expenses that our residents can’t afford to pay. Your financial assistance helps cover costs associated with:

Doctor’s or dentist’s visit

Durable medical equipment such as walkers, lifts, wheel chairs, etc.

Hearing aids

Transportation
and other services and activities

Emergency food (gift cards)

Make a Donation Online

By visiting our online form here.

When writing a check, please use our Annual Campaign Form and make checks payable to Fellowship Square. (If this is a memorial or honorary gift, please note on the memo line of the check.)

Mail check to:

Fellowship Square
11260 Roger Bacon Dr., Suite 20
Reston, VA 20190

Moving here to the Fellowship House changed my life financially, and otherwise. By not having to rely on my children, I was able to rely on myself. I appreciate my independence.

 

– Carol Elsey, Lake Ridge Fellowship House resident