Established in December 2014, the COTC was founded after Michael Brown, Jr., an unarmed Black youth, was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, and civil unrest escalated. Local County organizers asked themselves, “What procedures are in place or needed to prevent a Ferguson in Fairfax County?”, with the COTC emerging as a strategy to join 35 civic and faith groups, individuals, and public safety agencies together to strengthen and build positive relationships between public safety agencies and the communities they serve.
The Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee (COTC) is a diverse citizen group focused on strengthening and building positive relationships between public safety agencies and the communities they serve.
This is a two-story community building in need of renovations to the bottom floor to accommodate office space as well as renovations to the upstairs bathrooms and space to create one large room (removing walls and kitchen).
If your organization serves individuals or families affected by homelessness and has housing or program space that is in need of extensive renovations or you have a bigger construction vision for the future, HomeAid can help!
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