The Loudoun Chamber Foundation has selected six area nonprofit organizations to each receive $4,000 grants to support their work in our community.
Founded in 2014, the Foundation supports nonprofits that are focused on the economy, workforce development, public safety and wellness in Loudoun. To date, a total of $82,000 in grants have been awarded.
The organizations receiving 2019 Loudoun Chamber Foundation grants are:
- A Farm Less Ordinary, which provides employment and training to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by sustainably growing organic vegetables;
- Crossroads Jobs, which helps Loudoun area residents move away from poverty by providing individualized job search and placement services to the unemployed and underemployed;
- the Dulles South Food Pantry, which provides nutritious food, personal supplies and services to those in need in the Dulles South area;
- Good Shepherd Alliance, which provides help for the homeless and others in need, through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services;
- Loudoun Free Clinic, which provides medical care for economically disadvantage adults; and
- The ARC of Loudoun, which serves children and adults with disabilities.
The Loudoun Chamber Foundation is a fund within the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties.
The organizations receiving grants will be honored during the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Community Leadership Awards, on Jan. 25 at The National Conference Center.