ACCA is a coalition of churches founded in 1967 by Fred and Emily Ruffing from Queen of Apostles Church. ACCA volunteers serve the local community with provision of furniture, a food pantry, and transportation, Meals on Wheels, family emergency, house restoration, student scholarships, and shelter support. ACCA has a Child Development Center (CDC) which provides affordable, high-quality early education and day car for children ages 3 months to 5 years. The ACCA Board meets monthly at one of the participating churches. The July meeting is usually held at Queen of Apostles. ACCA participates in a number of community/school events and food drives.
Coordinator: Karen Barnoski
Phone: (703) 256-4088
Key Persons: Anne and Jim Kemble and Family; Terry Baker; Marie Markey; Mary Carroll
If you can commit 15 hours per year, you will...
Deliver food from the food pantry to clients, assist at the furniture warehouse, drive clients to medical appointments, assist with Rebuilding Together house repair, help stock food in the food pantry. ACCA can be an opportunity for students to complete community service hours.
Many of the previous activities can be included, along with assisting with family emergencies calls, and assisting the CDC.
Other ways to help:
ACCA operates year-round, and help is always needed. There are many opportunities for volunteers.