Learn Ways To Give Back at Reston’s Civic Engagement Fair

It’s not uncommon, to have the desire to give back to your local community, but no idea who needs help, or where to start.

This Saturday, local residents can stop by the Civic Engagement Fair at South Lakes High School in Reston to meet organizations face to face, and discover different ways to make a difference in the community.

Representatives from 25 different community and civic organizations will be on hand to meet locals interested in giving back through advocacy, volunteering and more.

The event is sponsored by Virginia Delegate Ken Plum, and will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at South Lakes High, 11400 South Lakes Dr.

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