The community is invited to provide feedback on the Consolidated Community Funding Pool (CCFP) to help identify targeted community needs categories. Input will be collected via a survey that will remain open through January 3, 2023. The CCFP is a competitive funding process for human services programs developed and administered by nonprofits and community-based organizations.
The funding allocated to organizations through the CCFP serves as an investment and catalyst for strengthening the human services network of programs available for Fairfax County residents. To learn more about the process please visit Consolidated Community Funding Pool - Funding Process.
The CCFP is overseen by the Consolidated Community Funding Advisory Committee (CCFAC). The CCFAC is a citizen group established by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and charged with the responsibility to advise the Board of Supervisors on the development and implementation of the federally required consolidation plan, as well as recommend CCFP funding categories based on community and staff assessments of the human services and community development needs within the county. CCFAC also oversees all aspects of the CCFP policy, needs targeting, and proposal evaluation criteria planning and development. Members of the CCFAC are appointed by the County Executive and represent various public and private citizen advisory or administrative boards, councils, and committees within the county. Survey results will inform members of the CCFAC of needs in the community as they prepare for the next Consolidated Community Funding Pool cycle.
Community members and partners are asked to both complete the survey and share with friends and networks to ensure a response pool that reflects the diversity of the Fairfax County community. The survey is available in six languages; all six languages may be accessed by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FFX_CCFP_25-26.