Fairfax Food Council

Fairfax County, Virginia


Fairfax Food Council is a coalition of citizens that advocate and promote food system and policy changes benefiting Fairfax communities, especially underserved communities.


10777 Main Street, Suite 325
Fairfax, VA 22030
Diane Charles,
Project Manager

Fairfax Food Council logoFairfax Food Council (FFC) was established by the Partnership for a Healthier Fairfax in 2015 with a vision of a vibrant food system where healthy, accessible and affordable food is valued as a basic human right. Its mission is to facilitate community partnerships and efforts to promote healthy eating.

Working Groups

Food Access & Literacy Working Group

The Food Access & Literacy Working Group works collaboratively to develop innovative initiatives to increase the number of healthy food access points in the Fairfax community in the areas of highest need. The working group also facilitates collaborative initiatives to develop food literacy and nutrition education programming that is available and delivered through a variety of avenues.

Urban Agriculture Working Group

The Urban Agriculture Working Group focuses on expanding gardens at schools, places of worship and other community settings and increasing access to fresh produce through pantry donations from gardens.

Come to a Fairfax Food Council Meeting

Working Group and Steering Committee meetings are open to the public. All meetings take place at the Fairfax County Health Department, Kelly Square, 3rd floor, 10777 Main Street, Fairfax, Va. (unless otherwise noted). Please email fairfaxfoodcouncil@fairfaxcounty.gov  to RSVP for an upcoming meeting or for more information.




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