The Live Well Loudoun Festival’s selection committee has chosen two nonprofit beneficiaries for the event: Loudoun Cares is named the primary beneficiary and Legacy Farms is the runner-up beneficiary.
The Live Well Loudoun Festival is a free community celebration designed to give residents the opportunity to experience Loudoun-based service and product organizations that “engage the Loudoun community to live mindfully.”
Live Well Loudoun Festival founder Natalie Hughes said, “It was tough to choose a winner from the amazing number of nonprofit organizations that serve Loudoun County residents. In the end, we chose winner Loudoun Cares as an exemplary nonprofit, and Legacy Farms as the runner-up. We are grateful that County residents will benefit from the additional work these nonprofits will be able to do through Festival donations.”
The festival will be held April 22 at the fields of One Loudoun in Ashburn. The Ashburn Area Running Club races will start near the Festival entrance at 8 a.m. Key festival activities will include the main stage, with performances and classes; a children’s corner; “how to” workshops; product and services exhibits; and a community stage to showcase nonprofit talent.
For more information and free class registration go to livewellfestival.com.