A community in which every family has a home, a livelihood and a chance to build a brighter future.
We are dedicated to building a strong Loudoun County community that ensures life-sustaining and life-enriching resources for every resident.
We have been connecting those in need with those that serve in Loudoun County since 2003. Through our Information & Referral Helpline, we connect residents in need with local nonprofits and agencies that can assist with a variety of health and human services that include rent/utility assistance, food, clothing, medical/dental, housing, job services and more. We work closely with over 25 faith-based organizations to secure emergency financial aid for qualifying residents.
Our Volunteer Center online platform connects resident and corporate volunteers with local nonprofits. These volunteers help with everything from a one-time event to providing direct services to our community. Volunteers can look for opportunities, find out about upcoming events, and track their volunteer hours.
We continue to support our nonprofits through our Nonprofit Center that provides stable affordable rent along with a collaborative environment. Here our tenants enjoy shared resources and a chance to work together to provide their services to our community.
Lastly, students involved in our Claude Moore Community Builders program learn what it means to be a volunteer and gain valuable leadership skills that will stay with them throughout their lives. In this 10-month program, they work with over 35 local nonprofits and attend professional development seminars such as leadership, college readiness, communication, and personal finance.
Loudoun Cares partnerships and collaborations are the cornerstones of its ability to serve. As the bridge between government agencies, community-based organizations, and faith communities, Loudoun Cares stays abreast of resources through ongoing outreach and collaboration. These partnerships provide a streamlined approach for fast and efficient delivery of service.
We partner with local organizations to ensure we share information about our programs and those of the other nonprofits in our community. The Connect Northern Virginia project in Loudoun has allowed us to partner with the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, Loudoun County Government, Fairfax County Government, George Mason University and others on the Connect Northern Virginia portal. This web platform provides extensive information about major community issues and nonprofit organizations in Northern Virginia. It benefits the nonprofits, individual and corporate donors, government officials and people in need. Loudoun Cares has represented Loudoun County in this Northern Virginia regional effort.