About LCAC

About LCAC

Mission Statement

The mission of the Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC) is to enhance the quality of life by providing food, basic needs, and self-sufficiency programs through the generous support of our community.

What We Do

LCAC’s goal is to break the cycle of poverty and prevent homelessness. We do this through a variety of services and programs. Learn more by clicking here.

Organizational History

In 1975, LCAC began as an all-volunteer organization working out of a local school and a church basement. The organization’s founding was in response to the needs of low-income families in the southeast quadrant of Fairfax County, which was an under-served area of the county. By the time LCAC moved into its current location, a 20th century house, in 1983-84, the organization had its first part-time staff member. For LCAC’s first 15 years, the agency served as a resource for information and collected and distributed food year round with the greatest emphasis during the holiday season.

As Lorton and the surrounding area has experienced great change and development during the 1990s and into the 21st century, the challenges facing low-income families remain a constant and growing need. Today, LCAC has a professional staff of five full-time and five part-time staff that serves a diverse population of ages and ethnic backgrounds. In 2011, LCAC added a 2,000 square foot food building, paid for by private dollars, that includes a walk-in refrigerator and freezer. LCAC also operates, Lorton’s Attic, a thrift store that serves the dual purpose of providing clothes and household items to the organization’s clients, as well as, a revenue stream to support LCAC.

Board of Directors

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Janet Funk
President 
Retired Principal, FCPS

Esther Baca
Vice-President
Administrative Assistant/Finance, Fairfax County Public Schools

Marilyn Mutchler
Treasurer
Community Member

Susan Homar
Secretary
Independent Insurance Agent – Humana & Representative, Pohick Episcopal Church

Board Members

Janice Brooks
Registrar, Fairfax County Public Schools

A.J. Bullock
Comptroller, Army Program Manager Office

Michael Devlin
Mortgage Specialist

Ron Kowalski
Ron & Susan Associates - ReMax Gateway

Jane Lipp
Principal, South County Secondary School

Barbara Redmon
Systems Architect, General Dynamics

Judy Schmid
Registered Nurse

Bruce Scott
President and CEO, The George & Carol Olmsted Foundation

Paul Thieberger
President, K&B Plumbing

Peter Weyland
Vice-Chairman, South Fairfax Chamber of Commerce

Positive Impacts

Click here to read testimonials.

Annual Reports & Financials

Click here to view our Annual Reports, Audits and 990’s

 

LCAC, P.O. Box 154, Lorton Virginia 22199-0154
Client Service Location- 9518 Richmond Highway
Hours - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
703-339-5161     info@lortonaction.org For Virginia Relay, call 711.