Donate to any of these funds online. If you have any questions contact us at 703-243-4785 or by email

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Fund Name   Description
Support the Greatest Community Needs
Community Fund Donate HTML img Tag Learn HTML5

Please consider a gift to the Arlington Community Foundation. These funds help the Foundation support long-term solutions; respond quickly to emergencies; and meet changing social, arts and cultural, educational, health and human services, or environmental needs in our community.

Support the Greatest Community Needs
Prompt Response Fund: A Focus On COVID-19 Response Donate HTML img Tag Learn HTML5

Our long-standing Prompt Response Fund has helped us to respond quickly to our nonprofit partners when an emergency, disaster or crisis hits.

To meet the new and evolving challenges of the coronavirus spread in our community, we are focusing exclusively on providing support to organizations at the front lines with those most impacted by this health crisis. This includes emergency food needs, health needs for the uninsured or underinsured, and supports for hourly workers displaced from their wage-earning positions.

We are committed to rapidly deploying grants to nonprofits working tirelessly to support our most vulnerable residents who are experiencing an urgent, unexpected need. We anticipate that our use of funds will evolve as this crisis evolves. Please consider a gift to support your community's most vulnerable during this fast-moving crisis.

Community Scholarship Fund Donate HTML img Tag Learn HTML5

The Community Scholarship Fund offers one-year scholarships and provides the Foundation with opportunities to help our Arlington students. This Fund provides scholarships to high school seniors of merit and financial need whom may not be eligible for one of the named scholarships established by individual donors and businesses.

Field of Interest
Shared Prosperity Fund Donate HTML img Tag Learn HTML5

Shared Prosperity Fund aims to stabilize the most financially challenged segment of Arlington’s population—the 28,000 individuals who are trying to make ends meet on 30% or less of our area median income ($37,800 or less for a family of four). Childcare workers, hospital aides, office cleaners, construction and food service employees are a vital part of our economic success and diverse community fabric. Yet, these residents are being priced out of Arlington.

Over the next five years the Shared Prosperity Fund will address critical housing shortages and make childcare affordable to the County’s lowest-income residents. The funds are held by the Foundation and quickly deployed through solid, vetted nonprofit partners for more deeply affordable housing as well as private rental and childcare subsidies that help individuals work on self-sufficiency and ensure they are not priced out of our community.

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