Community Partners

Haymarket Church believes in serving our community and helping to make it a better place to live.

We are proud to work with these non-profit partners to help improve the lives of people right here in our community! If you want to serve others or make a difference, we encourage you to get involved with them!

Boxes of Basics

A nonprofit working to provide local children in need with quality new/used seasonal clothing. Each Box of Basics contains an entire seasonal wardrobe.


All of their volunteer opportunities are listed here:

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Crossroads Connection

Providing weekend food for food insecure children at local schools.

Haymarket Church sponsors weekly weekend meals for 10 children through Crossroads Connection.  This sponsorship is made possible through generous giving to our Mission Fund.

Visit their website to donate or volunteer.


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Haymarket Regional Food Pantry

Working to eliminate hunger in our community and surrounding areas by acquiring and distributing food to those who seek aid.

Donate at:

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House of Mercy

Dedicated to feeding, clothing, educating and praying for those in need, thus demonstrating God’s unlimited love and mercy for those in our community.


Volunteer at the Food Pantry, the Thrift Store, with client services, and more!

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Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center

Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center is a place where individuals with special challenges come together, and where victories — some dramatic, some modest, but all significant — are joyously celebrated. Changing lives one hoofbeat at a time.


Volunteer training sessions on the 1st Tuesday of each month

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Sweet Julia Grace Foundation

Filling in the gaps, granting wishes, and meeting non-medical needs for children who are seriously ill, have special needs, or are in a medical crisis.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storms to pass, it’s learning to dance in the rain.”

Facebook: @sweetjuliagrace

Volunteers of all ages and ability levels are encouraged to sign up at the volunteer page on our website.

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As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) assists United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need.


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Haymarket Elementary School

Haymarket Elementary isn’t just the school where we worship – it’s our partner in the work of transforming the lives of children and families in our community.

Haymarket Elementary is always looking for volunteers to read aloud to stuends, volunteer in the school office (everything from checking in lunch time visitors to making photocopies), and much more.  If you’re interested in volunteering simply call the front office at (703) 468-2800.

Arise Campus Ministry

Arise Campus Ministry at George Mason University

Arise Campus Ministry shares God’s love with college students at George Mason and local NOVA community colleges. They are serious about faith and community.  Their vision statement is: We believe in Jesus Christ, and thus welcome ALL, share God’s universal love and compassionately live out our faith on campus and in the community. Arise is an inclusive Christian community, with space for hard questions, real faith, and service to others.  It is welcoming of the wonderful diversity of God’s creation, and a safe place for students to discover who they are and who God is.

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