The Fairfield Community Services Foundation will host a free Back-to-School Backpack and Food Giveaway in partnership with the City of Fairfield Quality of Life Task Force (Task Force) and local community partners. The Task Force utilizes existing City services in partnership with local, broad-based coalitions sharing the same objective: to create and preserve a desirable and thriving community for all Fairfield residents.
The primary focus of the event is to provide free backpacks, school supplies, and bags of food to those in need. The event will take place on Saturday, August 7, 2021, at Bethel Community Church at 600 E. Tabor Avenue in Fairfield.
The event is presented by the Fairfield Community Services Foundation in partnership with Bethel Community Church, City of Fairfield Quality of Life Task Force, Cordelia Rotary, Embarc Fairfield, Fairfield Fire Department, Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield-Suisun Rotary, Macy’s, Potrero Hills Landfill, Republic Services, Richards, Watson and Gershon, SHELTER Solano, Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and The 100 Club of Solano and Yolo Counties.
Attendees can drive or walk up to the location to receive supplies. Children must be present to receive backpacks. The event is on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last. No registration is required. COVID protocols will be strictly followed. It is community partnerships like these that make a huge impact in improving the quality of life for Fairfield residents. Please click here for the event flyer in English, Spanish, and Tagalog.
About Fairfield Community Services Foundation - The Foundation was founded in 1994 by community members committed to improving Fairfield, California. The primary focus of the Foundation is to provide economic and volunteer support for community service programs that improve the quality of life of children living in low-income areas and seniors in Fairfield.