Providing meaning and purpose for adults throughout their mature years.

Through Education

Mark Fitzpatrick

Director, Shepherd's Center of Western Fairfax County.

Meet Our Team

Find your inner power by helping others

If you have a driver's license and a clean record, you can make a difference.


Services began in early 2015 and are now operational.  Demand is greater than projected.  We need YOUR help!

Contact us for more information.

Are you an older adult (50+) who no longer drives? Do you need a ride to access the WFCM Food Pantry or necessary medical, dental, or therapy services? Do you live in western Fairfax County in or around the Clifton, Centreville, or Chantilly communities?

Our goal is to provide services and programming consistent with our mission.  If you see a need in the Western Fairfax community, let us know about it.

Our driving services



Helping Seniors:
Living a Life that Matters

SCWFC is an interfaith community-based organization that provides meaning and purpose for adults throughout their mature years. Our role is to build and support this community network of services.  Shepherd’s Centers all have a commonly understood mission to empower older adults to use their wisdom and skills for the good of their communities.

Those In Need

Shepherd's Center of Western Fairfax County

 Call: 703-246-5920

With Others

Critical to independent living is the ability to get to medical appointments.  Shepherd's Center volunteers provide rides to medical providers within our geographic service area.  If you can drive one or more times each month, contact us for more information.