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Frequently Asked Questions:   


Q: What is VA Form 102 or 100? 

The VA Form 102 and 100 will be used to verify your organization’s physical or “primary” location. Typically, nonprofit organizations which obtain contributions from the public are required to submit the VA Form 102 form to the state annually. A nonprofit may be required to submit the VA Form 100 instead of the 102 if any of the listed exemptions apply. Please contact the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for questions regarding your organization’s registration status. 


About the 102 Form 




Registered Organizations Database 


Q: Help! I’m having trouble filling out the Submittable web form (error, saving, file upload, editing form fields/table).  

A: Use an approved browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. Submittable does not support Internet Explorer or Edge.  

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Save Draft.” A message will appear: “Last saved a few seconds ago.” If this message does not appear, ensure you save a copy of your (narrative) answers before proceeding.  

Log out of Submittable. Refresh the browser window, and then log back in again. If problems persist, try another browser. Although Submittable autosaves your work, it is best practice to manually save and refresh the page periodically.   

If problems persist, alert Grants Staff and visit Submittable’s help desk. 


Helpful Links:   



VA Form 102 Remittance for Charitable Organizations (required form) 

VA Form 102 info and database 

US Census 

Fairfax County Demographics 

Fairfax County Strategic Plan 

ArtsFairfax arts directory includes organizations and artists 

Americans for the Arts Aesthetic Perspectives report 


Arts Access  

Map of Fairfax art venues 

Opportunity Index 

Title One Schools 

ArtsFairfax Disability Workshop resources 



One Fairfax 

Chairman’s Task Force on Equity and Opportunity Recommendations (2-23-21) 

Our Immigrant Neighbors infographic 

Equity Centered Community Design Field Guide