MEMORIAL DAY: United Community is closed on May 30th, 2022

Mothers Making a Difference

We are excited to introduce you to an incredible group of mothers, featured recently in The Washington Post, who are shining examples of how community driven solutions are created.  At the height of the pandemic, Ana Delia Romero made it her mission to ensure none of her neighbors were going hungry. She approached United Community […]

SPARKS Summer Camp Is In Full Swing!

As we come to the end of July, it is hard to believe there are just 2 more weeks of SPARKS Summer Camp. We have had an amazing summer with children in our community and are really excited for the final field trips and activities planned before school starts. Youth at Creekside Village Community Center […]

Summer Fun Day at the Hybla Valley Community Center

United Community was proud to participate in Supervisor Rodney Lusk’s, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Summer Fun Day, which he hosted earlier this month at the Hybla Valley Community Center. We enjoyed spending the day with community members delighting in the moon bounce and other games, eating delicious food, and playing with drones. Everyone at […]

United Community in Your Neighborhood

After a forced two-year break in events due to the pandemic, we are thrilled to be back out and about in our community at a variety of events and activities. United Community hosted a Juneteenth celebration for residents at our Creekside Village Community Center. We also proudly participated in events hosted by local organizations, including […]

Racing to Healthy Habits

Group of smiling girls before they ran the Girls on the Run end of season 5K

Girls from Creekside Village Community Center capped off a season of programming designed to strengthen social, emotional, physical, and behavioral skills by completing the Girls on the Run 5K. Meeting twice a week after school at Creekside, Girls on the Run offers lessons that blend physical activity with life skill development to enable them to […]

Sacramento Families Explore the Environment

United Community’s Sacramento Neighborhood Center participated in Fairfax County NAACP’s Family Fun Day at Mount Vernon Woods Park on Saturday, June 4. Families enjoyed eco-friendly activities and learned more about environmental resources in the community. Community members of all ages enjoyed an afternoon of environmental exploration, including bird watching, counting caterpillars, and flower dying. Families also made DIY binoculars, participated in recycling relay races, and played other outdoor games.

Doubling Our Capacity

Jose stands in the new walk-in fridge, smiling and holding a box of tomatoes

Thanks to a generous gift from Fairfax County, United Community has doubled the cold storage capacity for our food program. Our new walk-in fridge and freezer provided by the County were installed at the beginning of May and we couldn’t be more pleased.  Because we now have four units at our Fordson Road food pantry, United […]

Building Brighter Futures

Two men listen to another instructor as they start their new job with Building Momentum

United Community’s Family Achievement Program (FAP) is centered around helping families achieve self-sufficiency and independence through one-on-one coaching, connecting them to community  resources, and partnering with organizations and programs that share our desire to help families succeed. Our new partnership with Building Momentum is  an amazing example of how FAP helps participants achieve their goals and learn valuable skills. 

Thrift Day at Creekside Village Community Center

Two volunteers smiling as they pose for a photo at the thrift day

Creekside Village Community Center hosted a Thrift Day on Friday, April 1. With donations from community members and organizations, Creekside offered clothing and personal hygiene products. With the warmer weather coming, families were able to pick out new outfits for summer, as well as for work and even the next school year. Did you know […]


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