Loudoun Cares Gives Final Push for June Campaign

Loudoun Cares, a nonprofit organization serving solely Loudoun residents, is asking for community members to support its cause and become “Loudoun Cares Champions.”
There is one week left in the charity’s new annual fundraising campaign, Loudoun Cares Champions. During its month-long campaign, Loudoun Cares has reached out to residents and businesses, asking them to support the organization’s life-sustaining and life-enriching programs that directly support Loudoun County. The campaign wraps up June 30.
“Now halfway through our Loudoun Cares Champions Campaign, we are very encouraged by the responses we are getting every day from individuals and corporations in our community,” Loudoun Cares board chairwoman Mary Ellen Bowers said. “We are excited to be increasing our community recognition and partnerships.”
Loudoun Cares programs reach thousands of county residents. Their flagship program, the Information & Referral Helpline, helps connect residents with critically needed food, clothing, shelter and utility relief. Other programs include an online volunteer center to match volunteers with agencies in need of their help; and the Claude Moore Community Builders Program that provides 40 high school students with training in leadership, communication skills and the culture of service.

Supporters are encouraged to give via personal check, through the Loudoun Cares website, loudouncares.org, or text CARES to 91999.

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