2003 - Loudoun Cares forms as a nonprofit center to provide affordable office space, support services and reduced overhead costs for area nonprofits struggling with rising rents and competition from larger local nonprofits.
2004 - Loudoun Cares collaborates with the government by partnering with the Loudoun County Department of Family Services to alleviate some of the burden on the agency’s ConnectLine call center. The ConnectLine is created.
2007 - The Claude Moore Community Builders program is established to build a strong youth volunteer initiative focused on civic participation and leadership. The group is comprised of Loudoun Country area high school students working with a variety of nonprofits.
2010 - The South Street Nonprofit Center is purchased to house six nonprofits (with a waitlist of additional nonprofits), providing a collaborative and inspirational working environment under one roof.
2014 - Loudoun Cares takes over the county’s Volunteer Center online platform from Volunteer Loudoun. Through this robust platform, we are able to connect residents and corporate volunteers with local nonprofits.
2014-2018 - Loudoun Cares serves the residents of Loudoun County through its South Street Nonprofit Center, the Information & Referral ConnectLine, the Claude Moore Community Builders program and the Volunteer Center.
Present - Loudoun Cares undergoes a major strategic initiative to re-focus on its two primary missions: connecting those in need with those who care through its ConnectLine and Volunteer Center.