Cornerstones provides food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare, and other essential human services.

The nonprofit is a key participant in the Fairfax County Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness

The organization has made significant strides in reducing homelessness – a 47% drop since 2008. Cornerstones works tirelessly to advocate for a county-wide commitment to increasing the stock of affordable housing, always pushing to do more and do it better.

Working toward the dream of decent housing for all, especially vulnerable children, Cornerstones met an important milestone recently when it doubled its own stock of local, affordable housing.

We’ll need to continue to grow our housing inventory to meet the projected 3,000 new households with extremely low- and very low incomes who will be working and living in our community in the coming 15 years.

Kerrie Wilson, CEO

sbLiftOff is proud to partner with Cornerstones to give young people the basics – safe housing, food support, and after school tutoring.