Individuals and businesses are finding creative ways to help support AFAC during this difficult time. Here is a running list of ones that we have come across. Click on their links for more information!
Crofton Living: Selling washable cotton facemasks with 20% of proceeds going to AFAC.
CustomLogo Outfitters: Selling social distancing screen t-shirts, with 25% of sales going to AFAC.
Fiander Foto: Custom framed prints and products with some of the proceeds going to AFAC.
Inq Tattoos (1011 King St., Alexandria, VA): Book an appointment online through the end of May and 100% of your deposit goes to AFAC.
Lettering by Morgan: A 12 year old in Arlington is selling custom lettering art with some of the proceeds going to AFAC.
Pie-Tanza (2503 N Harrison St.): 10% of lunch and dinner sales on Mondays go to AFAC.
Runamok Clothing Co.: 100% of proceeds of their "All-County Social Distancing Champion" shirts go to AFAC.
Sarah Goldman Photography: Free family portrait photos of your family on your front porch if you make a donation to AFAC.