Friday, December 6th, 6 pm to 10 pm
& Saturday December 7th, 10 am to 7 pm
Ireland's Four Provinces
105 West Broad Street
In its sixth year, this annual holiday event is all about supporting 20 service organizations who provide assistance in the Falls Church area. This is both an incredible holiday display of decorated trees as well as a silent auction offering the opportunity for you to win a tree.
Please join us on the front patio of 4 P's and see the display of beautifully decorated trees, each of them representing a different Falls Church service organization. In addition to viewing this amazing display you may also want to participate in the silent auction that includes all of the trees, and if you are the winning bidder you may take the tree home with you, and your winning bid serves as a donation to the group that decorated it.
The Falls Church Community Service Council, Inc., established in 1969, is a coalition of churches and human service organizations in the greater Falls Church area. The purpose of the FCS organization is to provide needed human services to poor and disadvantaged individuals and families in the Falls Church community. The assistance primarily is for short term and emergency needs with the overall mission of helping individuals and families achieve self sufficiency, an improved quality of life and avoid homelessness.
Insight Memory Care Center is a nonprofit adult day health and resource center providing specialized care, support, and education for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments, their families, caregivers, and the community. Insight's tree is sponsored by The Kensington Falls Church.
NVMHF provides grants for individuals at the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. We pay for goods or services that are part of their treatment plan when there is no other funding available. We fill the gap and move individuals in treatment towards a safer, healthier lifestyle.
Safe Haven is a drop-in day shelter for the homeless, the hungry, and anyone who needs a place of respite and a good meal. The shelter was established in 1996 when a First Christian Church member discovered several people who were homeless sleeping in our outdoor sanctuary. Bill LaLiberte recognized the need for a “safe haven” where folks could go to get out of the elements, have a good meal or two and find a place of spiritual comfort. Safe Haven has evolved from serving 15 people a day to an average of over 100 people a day.
The Shepherd’s Center of McLean-Arlington-Falls Church assists older adults in maintaining an independent and safe lifestyle in their own homes by providing transportation and friendly calls or visits.
The Victoran Society at Falls Church(VSFC), was founded in 1995 to promote and preserve the Victorian history and heritage of the City of Falls Church, VA. While our primary focus is still the history and heritage of Falls Church, the society's interests have expanded to include all aspects of the Victorian and Edwardian era. Through reenactments, presentations, tours, lectures, teas, fashion shows, and more, we endeavor to educate and entertain our members and the public about the Victorian era and it's lifestyle. Proceeds from fund raisers are used to help the community in many ways. We hope you'll join us.
The mission of Homestretch is to empower homeless families with children living in Virginia to attain permanent housing and self-sufficiency by giving them the skills, knowledge and hope they need to become productive participants in the community.
Since our inception in 1990, we have assisted over 2,000 families to achieve stability and self-sufficiency. The Homestretch tree is sponsored by Washington Group Solutions.
Falls Church Arts is a non-profit organization established in 2003. We are dedicated to making the arts a vital and integral part of our community and to celebrating the creative energies of our artists and supporting members. Falls Church Arts' gallery and classroom houses a diverse range of arts events, music, film, and instruction and studio arts classes.
Falls Church City was founded on a commitment to quality education, and that commitment creates a strong bond amongst citizens, teachers, elected officials and businesses in our little city. The Falls Church Education Foundation was created to raise, manage and distribute supplemental funds to enhance the educational experience of Falls Church City Public School students.
The Falls Church City BAND BOOSTERS supports the band programs for Grades 4 – 12.
Funds from membership donations, grants, and fundraisers are used for
purchasing and repairing school-owned instruments, purchasing and repairing band uniforms (high school), buying sheet music and related items, offering scholarships for lessons and rental fees, hiring clinicians to provide supplemental instruction, providing college scholarships and offsetting the costs of the high school band trip in the spring.
The Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization committed to providing supplementary support to the Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church. Our mission is to enhance library materials, services, programs and equipment and to grow our endowment, to provide a future guaranteed stream of income for the library.
Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center provides a comprehensive, high-quality, early-childhood program designed to give all young children, regardless of their family’s economic resources, a strong foundation on which to build the rest of their lives.