Award Winners

The Loudoun Impact Fund, a joint initiative of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia and the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties, awarded a total of $96,725 in 2016 to ten charities dedicated to programs benefitting youth and elderly in Loudoun County. The organizations received grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000. This was the largest pool of funding distributed to date. Since its inception in 2012, it has granted $261,725 to support critical needs in Loudoun County.

The 2016 winning organizations are as follows:

INMED - $10,000
To support its Sterling based Opportunity Center for low income kids

National Center for Children and Families - $7,500
To apply toward coats, glasses, shoes, and other personal needs for kids with unmet needs identified through the Loudoun County Public School system

A Place To Be - $15,000
To support its program for those with disabilities and participating in theatrical art therapy

Loudoun Habitat for Humanity - $5,000
To support a low-income eldercare home repair and maintenance program

Loudoun Youth - $8,500
To support its Loudoun Leadership summer program

Loudoun Education Foundation - $10,225
To help staff its Backpack Coalition program

All Ages Read Together - $12,000
To help seed a new preschool reading program in Sterling

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers - $12,000
General support toward its eldercare programs offering transportation, financial management, and food delivery

Loudoun Interfaith Relief - $10,000
To support a partnership with Healthworks to offer onsite food for low-income elders

LAWS - $6,500
To support its Child Advocacy Center aiding children victimized by sexual or domestic assault