Our students. Our strength.

Our Mission

Educate Fairfax energizes the power of the community to invest in educational excellence and prepare students for the future.

Our Vision

Every FCPS student has a path to success.

Our students are our strength.  When our community supports our schools, we all benefit.

Our Students

 FCPS is one of the largest school districts in the country.

181,000 students

198 schools and centers

Visit our Impact page to learn how our donors make a difference in the lives of our students.

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Nearly 1 in 3 FCPS students qualify for Free or Reduced Meals (FRM)

Learn more about how Educate Fairfax impacts students, staff and schools across Fairfax County

Funds raised go directly to schools or programs
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Latest News Releases

Do you know an outstanding graduate of FCPS who is making meaningful contributions in their community? If so, nominate them for the FCPS Hall of Fame! Our school district has so many amazing graduates who are influencing the world in business, the arts, education, diplomacy, politics and every other area. Educate Fairfax is creating a community where these alumni continue to be engaged with FCPS, our students, and one another. Nominated a Distinguished Alumni today and join us on April … read more

At the 2022 Leaders & Learners Breakfast, Board Chairman Cindy Anderson announced a new initiative for 2022-2023, the Innovators’ Fund. This fund will be used to enhance, support, and drive creativity and innovation at all levels in FCPS, particularly related to STEM education. Educate Fairfax will match the first $50,000 in donations to this fund! Find out more and make your contribution at this link. We’re excited to keep FCPS at the forefront of innovation and educational excellence!

Joel Bassam with Easterns Automotive Group wanting to support that cause by providing a 7News Helping Hand.  He selected the annual Collect for Kids effort and WJLA was there to capture the magic of giving in action. “Educate Fairfax is an amazing organization supporting both the students and teachers of Fairfax County Public Schools,” Bassam said. “We wanted to help you guys out by donating $2,000 to support 200 students to get their school year started off right by providing … read more