Loudoun Chamber Foundation awards $32,000 to eight nonprofit organizations serving Loudoun County
January 9, 2018
Contact: Tony Howard
Loudoun Chamber Foundation awards $32,000 to
eight nonprofit organizations serving Loudoun County
Loudoun Chamber Foundation is dedicated to supporting economic development,
education, public safety and wellness in Loudoun County
Lansdowne, VA – The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce today announced the Loudoun Chamber Foundation has selected eight local nonprofit organizations to each receive $4,000 grants to support their work in our community. These organizations are:
- Every Citizen Has Opportunities (ECHO)
- Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS)
- Loudoun Habitat for Humanity
- Loudoun Literacy Council
- Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers
- Loudoun Youth
- Opportunities, Alternatives, and Resources
- The Children’s Science Center
The Loudoun Chamber Foundation was created in 2014 to provide financial support to local nonprofits that are focused on economic development, education and workforce development, public safety and wellness initiatives in Loudoun. The Loudoun Chamber Foundation is a fund with the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties.
“The Loudoun Chamber is committed to investing in our community and investing in those organizations that are focused on the economic, educational and health-related needs of Loudoun’s citizens. The eight organizations selected to receive Chamber Foundation grants are providing valuable services that are making a real difference in the lives of Loudoun County’s families, youth and neediest citizens. It is a privilege to be in the position to support their work,” said President Tony Howard.
“As Chairman of the Loudoun Chamber’s Board of Directors, I am proud to see the way our Loudoun business community is stepping up to support the needs of Loudoun’s citizens. As business leaders, we recognize that quality of life issues are business issues, and that by supporting Loudoun’s outstanding nonprofit organizations we are serving the economic interests of our entire community,” said Mitch Sproul, of Toth Financial Advisory Corp., the Loudoun Chamber’s 2018 Chairman of the Board.