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Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier

Grant Announcements: Loudoun Impact Fund and Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund

This year, the Loudoun Impact Fund granted $102,000 to 15 Loudoun-based nonprofit organizations providing assistance to older adults, youth, and people with disabilities, thanks to 50 donor grantmakers and a $25,000 contribution from the AHT Insurance Golf Tournament. In December, the Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund granted $34,700 to 12 animal welfare organizations across Virginia. Learn more about how you can become a grantmaker.

Faces of Loudoun: Meet Linda

"We have been able to reduce homelessness and high school dropout rates in Sterling. We started a program so middle and high school students can mentor younger children. And, we are developing educational programs focused on sustainability, including our new aquaponics education center, which will bring together this diverse set of educational programs to support economically disadvantaged children and teens with special needs in our region." Read Linda's story here.

New Fund Spotlight: Blair and Mike Pirrello Vocational Scholarship

Designed to support women and men interested in pursuing a career in trade, the Pirrello Vocational Scholarship offers an extra financial boost through annual scholarship offerings. Learn more.

P.S. Thank You & Happy New Year! (and stay tuned...)

On behalf of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties, we wish you a peaceful and happy New Year. We are most grateful for your support and we look forward to announcing new, innovative programs in 2020. To make an end-of-year gift to support our work meeting local needs, building local endowment, and supporting local nonprofits, visit the Community Foundation Leadership Fund.

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