Opportunity Neighborhood Reston (RestON) exists to champion community priorities that relate to improving the lives of children, youth and their families, creating brighter futures full of opportunity for every child and youth in Reston.
Whether it is in areas of health, or being ready and prepared for school, feeling safe in our home and community, or having a plan for graduation and beyond—Opportunity Neighborhood helps our community identify the priorities and work together toward that change.
To receive more information, please contact us at:
Phone: 571-323-9555 (ask for an Opportunity Neighborhood team member)
Group Text Updates/Reminders: Text @4ebdbb to 81010
Click here to reach RestON team members.
Want to volunteer? Contact us at 571-323-9568 or email@example.com.
RestON Resident Engagement Meeting
Be the driving force behind change in your neighborhood
join our team!!
Wednesday, August 23rd at 6pm
Toni Francis-Bowie, Strategy Director
Stand Up, Step Up, Speak Up
Camp counselor development program for rising 7th-12th graders
June 26th-August 25th.
Call Southgate Community Center for details: 703-250-9181
RestON community partners work together in a focused and strategic way to improve outcomes for children, youth and families. Cornerstones is honored to serve as the backbone organization for this initiative, working along with residents, feeder schools, local businesses, active community and faith groups, including:
Department of Neighborhood and Community Services
Department of Family Services
Department of Housing and Community Development
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
Fairfax County Police Department
Fairfax County Public Schools
Fairfax County Office for Children
Reston Community Center
YMCA Reston/Fairfax County
Click here to learn more about Fairfax County’s Opportunity Neighborhood initiative.