Board of Supervisors - Hunter Mill District

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our office is open 8:30AM-5PM M-F

TTY 711

1801 Cameron Glen Drive
Reston, VA 20190

Walter L. Alcorn,
Hunter Mill District Supervisor

How to Help Your Neighbors in Hunter Mill District

Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn encourages everyone who can to consider volunteering or donating to assist our local community organizations noted below or through your own faith community or civic organization. If you are a Hunter Mill District based nonprofit or community-based organization and would like to be considered for inclusion on this list, email


SPARC (Specially Adapted Resource Clubs) 

  • SPARC is a day program for people with disabilities located at Southgate Community Center and other locations. Every participant takes part in ways that are adapted to their abilities.

Cornerstones and Embry Rucker Emergency Shelter

  • Nonprofit that promotes self-sufficiency by providing support and advocacy for those in need of food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare and other human services.

Lake Anne and Hunters Woods Fellowship Houses 

  • Donate or volunteer to support lower income older residents.

Shelter House

  • A nonprofit organization that provides crisis intervention, safe housing and supportive services to homeless families and victims of domestic violence in our community.

Food for Neighbors 

  • Monetary donations are needed to help feed local teens and their families. 

Friends of Southgate Community Center 

  • Resources and donations needed to assist the Southgate Advisory Council's mission to support programming at the Center.

Chris Atwood Foundation

  • Support this community organization that provides free harm reduction and recovery support services and advocacy for people impacted by substance use.


Langley Residential Support Services

  • Serves adults with developmental disabilities, their families and our communities by providing quality, comprehensive residential and community support services. 

Committee for Helping Others (CHO) 

  • An all volunteer organization that provides good and services to those in need. 

Bringing Resources to Aid Women's Shelters (BRAWS)

  • Nonprofit dedicated to bringing dignity and empowerment to women living in shelters by providing underwear, tampons and pads. 


  • Provides access to services that empower and equip the underserved in our community through education, community engagement and other essential services. 

Women's Center

  • Provides mental health counseling, support and education to local residents.



  • The all-volunteer staff at LINK provides emergency food to people in need in the Herndon, Sterling and Ashburn, communities.  

Herndon-Reston FISH 

  • Donations enable members of our community get through financial crises. 
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