Loudoun’s largest day of giving raised donations of more than $320,000 for 92 area nonprofit organizations.
The event, organized by the Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties, is a 24-hour online fundraising effort.
A Place To Be, a Middleburg-based music therapy program for youth, pulled in the most donations after supporters matched a $20,000 challenge grant. Donations totaled $44,466.
Loudoun Hunger Relief, which operates the county’s largest food pantry, recorded the most gifts, at 127. LHR ranked second in the overall totals, with $414,743.
Mobile Hope, which helps disadvantaged, precariously housed, and homeless youths in Loudoun, was third with just over $20,000 in donations.
See the campaign’s full results at givechoose.org