We Give Back to Local and Global Charities


At ENcompass Consulting Group, we strongly believe in giving back to help those in need in our local community, nationally, and around the world. We have made it a corporate policy to donate a percentage of all our revenues to qualified charities. This includes the following organizations:

Local Support

The Children’s Science Center is an interactive children’s museum being planned for Northern Virginia focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Even before their doors open, they are inspiring a love of learning STEM through "Museum Without Walls" programming. At area schools, museums and community events they have already provided engaging, hands-on STEM-focused activities for children ages 2-12.


The organization is committed to sparking children’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math to help grow our nation’s future generations of scientists and engineers! 

The Dulles South Food Pantry is a multi-faith food pantry. They provide nutritious food, personal supplies and other services to those in need in Dulles South and the surrounding area regardless of income, faith or other criteria and strive to promote self-sufficiency.

The pantry serves all residents of Dulles South and the surrounding area, as well as those who live beyond on an ongoing basis if they are referred by a faith supporter. The pantry serves anyone in need on a one-time emergency basis.


Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative (NOVA-HTI) exists to eradicate sex and labor trafficking in Northern Virginia. Their mission as a Christian nonprofit is to prevent human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, disrupt related networks, and restore those impacted. 

NOVA-HTI stands on the front lines of human trafficking by connecting with the public, law enforcement, service providers, and volunteers to identify those being trafficked and provide intervention, crisis response, and aftercare.

There are currently over 1,500 homeless men, women & children in Fairfax County. Approximately 85% of WFCM clients are at or below the poverty level...many are families with children. There are many reasons why individuals become homeless. It often begins with poverty and is compounded by job loss, health conditions, divorce, physical abuse, low wages, the shortage of housing, high rent and the lack of independent living skills.

WFCM has developed and implemented multiple modes of assistance, including but not limited to: emergency financial assistance for rent and utilities, counseling and budgeting classes, a year-round food pantry, a mercy ministry, a Holiday Assistance Program, a School Backpack Program...and more!

National Support


Children’s National is one of the premier institutions focusing on pediatric treatment, research, and education. Their efforts not only benefit the children they treat directly, but also create a base of knowledge and expertise that other healthcare providers rely on for their most serious cases. 

Children's National Hospital has more than 50 pediatric sub-specialties with specialized equipment to provide innovative therapies in child-friendly facilities. They provide more than $80 million annually in uncompensated care – including charity care, Medicaid shortfalls, and unpaid bills, as well as covering the costs of important services that often aren’t covered by insurance, like music and art therapy.


Cure Alzheimer's Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research with the highest probability of preventing, slowing or reversing Alzheimer’s disease. Frustrated with the slow pace of research about the disease, they applied their experience in venture capital and corporate startups to build an organization specifically designed to accelerate research, make bold bets, and eradicate the disease.

The organization’s unwavering focus on finding a cure is made possible by its Board of Directors, which finances all overhead expenses so that 100% of all donations go to research.  Since its founding in 2004, the organization has provided research grants for some of the most significant breakthroughs in the field. 


JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Their mission is to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications. To accomplish this, JDRF has invested nearly $2 billion in research funding since inception.

JDRF works every day to change the reality of T1D for millions of people—and to prevent anyone else from ever knowing it—by funding research, advocating for government support of research and new therapies, ensuring new therapies come to market and connecting and engaging the T1D community.

Many families travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children – a long time to be away or to divide a family. And, for children facing a serious medical crisis, nothing seems scarier than not having mom and dad close by for love and support. A Ronald McDonald House provides a place for families to call home so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little to no cost. 

Since 1974, RMHC has provided vital resources and compassionate care to children and their families being served by leading hospitals worldwide. Core RMHC programs like Ronald McDonald House provides access to health care and enable family-centered care. 

Warriors Ethos is dedicated to providing assistance in the career planning, professional development, and placement of Wounded Service Members, Veterans, and their families throughout their transition.


Service members have the opportunity to learn civilian cultural competency (up close and personal), learn out how to “sell” themselves in an interview situation, and develop the beginning of a professional civilian network. The ultimate goal of Warriors Ethos is to ensure that every service member participating in the program achieves a successful job placement – one that leads to the start of the next phase of a very successful civilian career.

International Support

Water provision is the cornerstone of Living Water International's work in every country. Water access is about more than just installing water systems. It’s about installing the right systems, which might mean water wells, rainwater harvesting, protected springs, or something else entirely. And it’s about helping whole communities and regions have enough safe, accessible, reliable water to significantly improve the lives of the people who live there.


In many areas, Living Water helps community members develop plans for sanitation that result in clean, functional latrines in homes, schools, clinics, and churches. They also help teach diseas prevention by washing hands, storing water properly, and using a latrine.

Restavek is a form of modern-day slavery that persists in Haiti, affecting one in every 15 children. Typically born into poor rural families, restavek children are often given to relatives or strangers. In their new homes, they become domestic slaves, performing menial tasks for no pay.

Restavek Freedom was founded in 2007 with the mission to end child slavery in Haiti in our lifetimes. They have locations in Port-au-Prince and Port Salut, Haiti, as well as a small support staff in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Servant Group International (SGI) is a non-profit Christian organization focused on serving Muslims in need, both in the U.S. and around the world. They send and support teachers in Iraq, partner with refugee relief in Iraq and Europe, and offer support for refugees and migrants into the Nashville area.

SGI was founded in 1992 in response to the arrival of hundreds of Kurdish refugees to Nashville after the first Gulf War. Since that time, their work has expanded to include teams and projects in Europe and the Middle East in addition to Nashville. They are a non-denominational agency with team members from a variety of backgrounds.