Our parent organization, ANNANDALE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY FOR ACTION (ACCA) — an alliance of 27 churches from Annandale and adjacent areas — was founded in 1967 to meet the early care needs of children from working, low-income families. Its initial focus grew to include transportation for medical appointments, family emergency assistance, Meals on Wheels, furniture, housing repair, scholarships, and a food pantry. ACCA services are made possible by 190 organizational partners, more than 500 volunteers, and close to 600 individual donors.
In the early 1980s, after the closing of Annandale Elementary School, Fairfax County leased part of the facilities to ACCA and built an Infant/Toddler facility and a food pantry on the site. Today, ACCA Child Development Center is a full-day, year-round, and comprehensive program, which provides high-quality early education licensed for 290 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. After five decades of uninterrupted service, our program has become one of Northern Virginia's top early child development providers.
As part of a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, all contributions and/or donations to our program are tax-deductible — EIN: 54-0836157.
Our program is dedicated to excellence, and we operate under the premise that each person is capable of making a positive impact. This is why we promote a culture of professionalism, respect, innovation, communication, teamwork, and integrity.