Grants by Year

2017


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All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $10,000

Support current classes and development of new parenting program


Dulles South Food Pantry

www.dsfp.org9533620

Grant: $8,000

Expand seasonal storage, improve current facility & hire PT Operations Manager for growing needs in 2017


EveryMind

www.every-mind.org

Grant: $10,000every mind logo

Expand Serving Together program–helping military members, veterans and their families navigate family servicess, evaluate mental health needs and identify when someone is in crisis


Five Stones Institute

www.fivestoneswellness.comfive stones logo

Grant: $4,500

Bring Mindfullness training to the children in the after school program at INMED Partnerships for Children in Starling, supporting Latino children in crisis


Friends of Loudoun Mental Health

2687119www.loudounfriends.org

Grant: $8,400

Funding A Place to Call Home program for mentally ill residents at risk of becoming homeless


Girls on the Run

girls on the run www.gotrnova.org

Grant: $1,000

Support sustainable growth of program; particularly providing stipend for 12-month volunteer position


Head Start Program
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www.lcps.org/headstart

Grant: $7,800

Purchase Spot Vision Screener for 3- and 4-year-olds in Head Start Program


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HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $37.500

Help fund position of Nurse Maternity Coordinator for prenatal, postpartum, well visits and family planning services


Heeling House

www.heelinghouse.org

Grant: $10,000

Implement animal-assisted social skills program for children with special needs


Just Neighbors

www.justneighbors.org

Grant: $8,000

Provide immigration legal services to 15 families, support community clinics


Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

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Grant: $20,000

Purchase and install a complete phone system at the LAWS Emergency Shelter and at the Community Services Center (crisis center) with ability to connect and transfer calls to appropriate sites.


Loudoun Hunger Relief, Inc.

www.loudounhunger.org

Grant: $5,000

Improve technology in the pantry (inventory and request system) and provide nutrition and healthy cooking classes


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Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $12,500

Funding for hunger relief, supplemental food delivery and shopping programs for elderly, chronically ill and disabled adults


Northern Virginia Family Service

www.nvfs.org

Grant: $7,500

Fund a resiliency-based parenting intervention for parents of children enrolled in Early Head Start program


Peers and Students Taking Action (PASTA)

www.wearepasta.comPASTA
Grant: $1,5000

Support for 4th and 5th grade tutoring/mentoring program:  “Nothing’s ImPASTAble”


Ryan Bartel Foundation

www.ryanbartelfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

Expand “We’re All Human” committees and training programs in 6 more high schools for peer to peer approach to suicide prevention and awareness.  Currently in 2 high schools


SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now)

1409520www.scanva.org

Grant: $10,000

“Train the Trainer” initiative–training new facilitators for Darkness to Light/Stewards of Children educational model–preventing child abuse.


Step Sisters

www.stepsisters.org

Grant: $7,000

Start crisis fund for cancer patients experiencing extreme financial strain


This Is My Brave

www.thisismybrave.org
this is my brave logo
Grant: $1,5000

Cover costs for producing live stage production at Northern Virginia Community College which shares personal stories and ends the stigma of mental illness

Volunteers of America

www.volunteersofamerica.org
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Grant: $10,000

Support Hope’s Chariot Transportation Program for Loudoun Homeless Services Centet

2016


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All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $11,700

Services in Sterling, VA, including the expansion of an existing site and the addition of a site at Sterling Library.


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Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

communityfoundationlf.org/

Grant: $20,000

Support of the Face of Need/Face of Service campaign to promote organizations, highlight needs in our area and boost giving.  Funds will also support CF’s Social Profit Initiative.


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Community School Initiative

lef-va.com

Grant: $50,000

Create school/community partnership for Sterling Elementary School to bring together private companies, government entities and nonprofits to offer a range of support and opportunities for children, youth, families, and the overall community.


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Dulles South Food Pantry

www.dsfp.org

Grant: $1,500

Sustaining and expanding the “Friday Food Pack” for students in the Freedom and John Champe clusters, as well as expanding food storage.


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Friends of Loudoun Mental Health

www.loudounfriends.org

Grant: $8,400

For last-resort rental subsidies for patients who are in treatment programs.


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HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $33,750

Comprehensive dental care for low-income children and the elderly.


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Legacy Farms

www.legacyfarmsvirginia.org

Grant: $5,565

Construction of a greenhouse for agrarian-based vocational training for adults with autism and developmental and social challenges.


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Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

www.lcsj.org

Grant: $20,000

Training in Danger Assessment of risk of impending homicide in domestic violence cases, as well as installing security cameras at its facility.


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Loudoun County Public Library

www.library.loudoun.gov

Grant: $5,000

For the Mi Familia program at the Sterling Library location.


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Loudoun Families for Children

www.lfconline.com

Grant: $2,000

To support LFC’s work with Child Protective Services to care for children affected by family issues.


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Loudoun Interfaith Relief

www.interfaithrelief.org

Grant: $25,000

For the purchase of a new refrigerated van to replace the oldest in the nonprofit’s fleet of three vehicles.


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Loudoun Literacy Council

www.loudounliteracy.org

Grant: $15,000

Training in the Orton-Gillingham method for ESL instructors to prepare them to work with dyslexic students.


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Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $11,250

Support for ongoing operations in delivery of food and services to frail, elderly, and ill individuals throughout the county.


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NAMI Northern Virginia

www.nami-northernvirginia.org

Grant: $5,000

For “peer-to-peer” public education programs about mental health for youth and high-school aged children.


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SCAN of Northern Virginia

www.scanva.org

Grant: $7,000

Education and safe cribs for low-income families with infants.


2015


1254660

All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $13,000

Family Reading Program. Collaboration with Loudoun Literacy to increase literacy skills in entire families by providing an early childhood program while adults in the family are in ESL classes.


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Dulles South Food Pantry

www.dsfp.org

Grant: $1,500

Funds to go toward the purchase of street signs, food for the pantry, software, etc. for this small start-up charitable organization,


9390519

HealthWorks

hwnova.org

Grant: $20,000

Comprehensive dental care to 440 low income Loudoun children ages 0 – 18 who don’t have insurance or Medicaid. Estimate that 2,000 Loudoun kids fall in this target population.


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Women Giving Back / Home Aid NOVA

www.homeaidnova.org

Grant: $10,000

Conveyor rack to be installed in a new facility for Women Giving Back program.  Women Giving back is “store” serving homeless women & children. Home Aid builds & renovate houses for the homeless.


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INMED Partnerships for Children

www.inmed.org

Grant: $10,000

After school program for at-risk kids, particularly those who qualify for McKinney-Vento services. Grant to purchase tables, chairs, book shelves, white boards, education materials, volunteer incentives, etc.


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Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

lcsj.org

Grant: $25,000

Child Advocacy Center, Victim Advocacy and Education Program. Grant will go toward a new staff person and part-time victim advocate & support specialist.


Loudoun Education Foundation

lef-va.com

Grant: $25,000

In 2014, 100WS provided Loudoun Education Foundation a grant to fund a Program Coordinator position, filled by Barbara Mendoza, to oversee the newly formed LCPS Backpack Coalition Program. This grant represents the second year of funding for this position. Barb reports to the Office of Outreach Administrator.


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Liberty’s Promise

libertyspromise.org

Grant: $2,500

After school civics program and internship program aimed at helping immigrant youth succeed in the US. Program will be based at Parkview High School in Sterling, VA.


6068196

Loudoun Therapeutic Riding

ltrf.org

Grant: $8,400

Reins to Independence pilot program – Therapeutic horsemanship program for secondary students in self-contained autism classes. The program will teach up to six students who have “aged out” of current school programs (soon to graduate).


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Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $15,000

Expand existing program delivering food and services to frail, elderly and ill individuals throughout the county.


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SCAN of Northern Virginia

www.scanva.org

Grant: $7,700

Present “Stewards of Children” program to 40 parents. Trains parents to recognize signs of sexual abuse. Also, to help partially fund “Immigrant Family Reunification” program at Park View High School for immigrant families who have been living in different countries and now are reunited.


100WomenStrong Social Impact Institute

communityfoundationlf.org

Grant: $5,000

The Social Impact Institute and its Leadership Development Program offers executives of Loudoun’s charitable organizations a structured, tailored process to explore how their current leadership approach might evolve to yield greater personal satisfaction and organizational performance. Participants engage in one-on-one executive coaching and group conversations on sequential months between March and September 2015. The design evokes increasing direction, growing capability and new approaches to addressing mission vital challenges.


2014


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Blue Ridge Speech & Hearing

speechhearing.org

Grant: $24,000

Replacement of the outdated audiology equipment will allow BRSH to go into the next 50 years servicing Loudoun County. As part of the 50 year celebration, they are launching the “Hearing Health Initiative“- providing Early Intervention through education, prevention, and rehabilitation. This outreach is designed to educate the community about preventing hearing loss and the importance of testing your hearing annually for everyone over the age of 55 and includes an offer to have a free hearing screening.


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Tree of Life

www.treeoflifeministries.org

Grant: $5,000

Tree of Life is starting a Dental Voucher Referral program. With this program, each approved applicant will be referred to a participating dentist for a screening and further dental work. The dentist, who is donating their time and labor, provides an assessment and estimate of costs for dental materials needed to address each problem. Tree of Life will dispense funds to each dentist based on each approved need.


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Windy Hill Foundation

windyhillfoundation.org

Grant: $26,000

The Windy Hill Community Children’s Playground will provide a carefully designed “playscape”, with suitable, certified, safe equipment and surface material that would fit in the existing fenced playground area close to Llewellyn Village Apartments to serve the children in the Windy Hill community.


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Catholic Charities

www.ccda.net

Grant: $12,000

The WRO Healthy Eating Initiative aims to address the nutritional gap by providing protein, dairy, and produce as part of every emergency food package. As such, the Healthy Eating Initiative has three major objectives, which are to 1) Enhance local partnerships with emergency service providers and food distributors to assist with building awareness of this initiative as well as the acquisition of healthy foods, 2) Provide equipment and infrastructure to support the provision of perishable items, and 3) Distribute balanced nutritional food provisions to Loudoun County’s most marginalized families.


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LCPS Backpack Coalition Challenge Grant

lef-va.com

Facebook Page

Grant: $100,000

Loudoun County Public Schools began a new program called the LCPS Backpack Coalition in support of the BackPack Buddies Program. LCPS is collaborating with 100WomenStrong, Loudoun Education Foundation, Loudoun Interfaith Relief, and Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to ensure no child goes hungry. The LCPS Backpack Coalition’s goal is to fund 100 percent of the families that need our support.


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Loudoun Interfaith Relief

www.interfaithrelief.org

Grant: $15,000

The Summer Pack program is designed to support the hunger needs of families of school age children during the summer. Summer Pack was intended to substitute the free or reduced school breakfast and lunch program which is offered during the school year. Summer Pack provides all family members of school age children with healthy and nutritious food to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The objective is to provide families with an additional day of food twice a month. This additional day of food can be quite important to families with school age children – not to mention the impact it will have on those young people.


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Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $10,000

LVC receives numerous requests for bringing food to hungry people across the county who cannot get to the grocery store or local food pantry. They work in partnership with LIR and other nonprofits and agencies to ensure that if someone needs food brought to them, they’ll do so. The Healthy Seniors and Hunger Relief program will help them to continue finding, training, and coordinating new volunteers with care receivers. The volunteers carry the groceries in and help put them away if needed. Funds will also be used for recruiting more volunteers.


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INMED Partnership for Children

www.inmed.org

Grant: $10,000

INMED’s Family Homelessness Intervention program is focused on families (with at least one child under age 18) at risk of homelessness in Loudoun County. The goal of the program is to prevent homelessness among low-income families at risk by connecting them to supportive services that lift them out of crisis and strengthen their capacity to sustain long-term housing stability. Toward that end, the program model comprises several core elements:
1. Referral and assessment to identify critical risks and needs and link vulnerable families with appropriate resources
2. Case management to help families on the edge gain stability and build personal and financial assets to prevent homelessness and secure long-term self-sufficiency
3. Links to homelessness prevention resources (financial, housing and legal assistance) and other relevant services
4. Links to employment resources, job training and self-sufficiency planning to help families strengthen their economic prospects
5. Community-based education and capacity building in financial literacy
6. Financial assistance to pay rent or other urgent expenses that threaten housing stability, such as utility bills for families who face imminent homelessness
7. Transportation for families to apply for jobs, meet with DFS caseworkers, attend medical appointments, attend school meetings, etc.


9734337

Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

lcsj.org

Grant: $18,000

The LAWS Shelter is a 12-bed facility in Loudoun County. The Shelter Transformation project will provide the funds to purchase specialized furniture, including new beds and mattresses, that are made specifically for shelters from a reputable manufacturer of furniture for shelters, dormitories, and residential facilities. Not only will the furniture prevent bed bug outbreaks, but it is also made to withstand a high volume of use and will be durable enough to stand up to the wear and tear of 70 people using the furniture per year. This transformation will also include an interior “makeover” to transform the shelter into a not only safe, but also comfortable and peaceful haven for victims recovering from trauma.


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LCPS HeadStart

www.lcps.org/HeadStart

Grant: $5,900

LCPS Head Start is reinstating and expanding the Educational Enrichment program to provide field trips to all of their students, which will enrich activities outside of the classroom throughout the school year. Field trips will be tied in to what the students are learning in class and will allow them real-life learning experiences. Field trips can really bring classroom study alive for students and help them connect what they are learning in school to the world around them.


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Loudoun Literacy Council

loudounliteracy.org

Grant: $3,500

LLC is working with LCPS to create the Adult Family Members Literacy Enrichmentto identify two additional high-needs school sites for adult ELL classes, coordinating class offerings at these sites, and delivering ELL classes to parents and older family members of students who have or are participating in the Head Start program. LLC will also expand the family literacy programs at the Volunteers of America Homeless Shelters to include offering either a volunteer led after school homework club or tutoring for the residents at the shelters.


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Loudoun Therapeutic Riding Foundation

ltrf.org

Grant: $750

All LTR participants are required to wear an ASTM approved safety helmet while on the horse, in a carriage, and when working in certain situations around the horse. The Enhancement of Safety Equipment and Education Tools program is updating and replacing some older safety helmets.


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SCAN of Northern Virginia

www.scanva.org

Grant: $10,000

The program provides a unique perspective on child sexual abuse prevention, focusing on teaching adults to prevent, recognize, and respond effectively. In collaboration with LAWS, SCAN will organize 4-6 Stewards of Children workshops to train at least 60 Loudoun adults. The Seven Steps taught in the program include factual information on child sexual abuse, concrete tips on minimizing children’s risk and talking openly to children, recognizing signs of child sexual abuse, creating a plan for responding to reports and acting on suspicions, as well as tips on getting involved in prevention efforts in the local community. At the training, each participant will be provided with a Stewards of Children workbook which helps facilitate discussion and reinforce key concepts, as well as providing a resource and personal action plan for participants. SCAN’s Public Education team will also raise awareness of the issue of child sexual abuse regionally through ongoing media efforts.


2013


1254660

All Ages Read Together (AART)

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $12,600

AART will establish a pilot mobile reading program called AART-in-a-Cart, an effort that reaches out to children who are unable to attend existing on-site programs due to lack of transportation and/or income. The program targets home day-cares with portable “theme carts” and will run for a full year of 3 ten-week sessions.


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A Place to Be

www.aplacetobeva.org

Grant: $25,000

This first time grant recipient of 100WS has launched The Same Sky Project, an ensemble of 20 teenagers living with diverse challenges who create and perform original thematic work. The student performers in this special ensemble live with Cerebral Palsy, Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, Down Syndrome, chronic illness, and other mental, physical and emotional challenges. The ensemble’s goal is to raise awareness about differences, empathy, tolerance, acceptance and inclusion.  Finished works can be seen in schools, community centers, and regional theaters. Each performance will feature an open audience discussion with the artists about prejudices, acceptance, advocacy and inspiration.

“I left with the thought that I just witnessed the most amazing theatrical performance. I cannot express my feelings when I left. I was blown away. I highly recommend everyone go see this.”
Steph Place, 100WS Donor Advisor

“The performance was pure magic. I know we all drove home with a smile on our face.”


Teresa Wheeler, 100WS Donor Advisor

1382937

The ARC of Loudoun (Paxton Campus)

www.paxtoncampus.org/ally/

Grant: $3,000

ARC Loudoun will launch a program called Next Chapter Book Club which provides adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to read, discuss books, and make friends in a fun community setting. Members, ranging from those who read well to those who cannot read independently, meet weekly to read aloud and discuss books of their choosing.


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HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $25,000

The Stronger Together Partnership Initiative will cultivate new partnerships to launch new programs; streamline access to services and provide new avenues of access to existing programs, and ensure the sustainability of newly created services.


9734337

Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

lcsj.org

Grant: $10,500

This grant allows the purchase of an emergency generator for a twelve bed facility. The Shelter’s location makes it vulnerable to power outages during severe weather. A generator will impact LAWS’ ability to serve shelter residents during a power outage.


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LINK

www.linkagainsthunger.org

Grant: $2,280

LINK plans to purchase frozen meat from the Capital Area Food Bank at a significantly discounted rate of .19 per pound using its grant funds. This will enhance their current food deliveries to families in need of food assistance.


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Loudoun Free Clinic

www.loudounfreeclinic.org

Grant: $25,000

This grant will go toward the implementation of an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system. EMR has both quality and efficiency benefits that will systematically improve patient care. EMR implementation will result in the use of evidence-based treatment protocols, increased workflow efficiency and enhanced data collection for reliable, more meaningful reporting.

Update: Click here for a grant update on how Loudoun Free Clinic has successfully implemented its new EMR system.


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Northern Virginia Family Services

www.nvfs.org

Grant: $15,972

Grant: $15,000

Northern Virginia Family Services received two grants this year, the first of which funds a program called LAMP (Loudoun Accessible Medication Program). LAMP provides free or reduced-cost prescription medications to Loudoun County residents of all ages who do not have health insurance, whose income level is 200% or below poverty level, and who require medication for an ongoing chronic illness. The second grant funds the Infant Mental Health Project. A Child Mental Health Clinical Consultant will be hired for ten hours per month to provide family and group counseling for families assessed to be at high risk for child abuse/neglect, or who suffer from mental health issues or other serious problems that are negatively affecting their parenting skills.


2012


1254660

All Ages Read Together (AART)

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $9,600

The All Ages Read Together (AART) received a $9,500 grant for the “AART CPR” program, an intensive summer program that provides last-chance readiness activities for rising Kindergartners at two Loudoun County schools.


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Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

www.brafb.org

Grant: $25,000

100WomenStrong has granted Blue Ridge Area Food Bank a combined $50,000 to support their BackPack Program. Sugarland Elementary School will benefit from a $25,000 grant to the BackPack Program for the 2012-2013 school year. 100WomenStrong’s grant will help to fund nearly 70% of the program costs for the year at Sugarland Elementary.

The BackPack Program is the Food Bank’s flagship initiative for alleviating child hunger in Virginia. The Program provides food bags full of nutritious meals and snacks on weekends and over schools holidays to children living in low-income families. The goal of the program is to ensure that children at risk of hunger have adequate food for times when they are out of school and cannot access school-based feeding programs.


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Feed Loudoun Plant a Row

feedloudoun.org

Grant: $3,750

Plant a Row for the Hungry.


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Loudoun Cares

www.loudouncares.org

Grant: $9,000

Loudoun Cares received a $9,000 grant in 2012 for a board training “Boot Camp” and several focused training sessions to teach best practices in board policies, activities and effectiveness to as many as 80 members of Loudoun County boards of directors.


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HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

hwnova.org

Grant: $35,000

This is the fourth grant from 100WomenStrong to HealthWorks. The 2012 $35,000 grant is for additional specialized pediatric dental equipment as well as pediatric dental furniture.


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Loudoun Therapeutic Riding

ltrf.org

Grant: $3,600

Three activity days for wounded vets & family.


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The Good Shepherd Alliance

www.goodshepherdalliance.org

 Grant: $30,000

The Good Shepherd Alliance (GSA) received $30,000 in 2012 to renovate two homes used to provide safe transitional housing. GSA is a non-profit organization providing help and hope for the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services leading to self-sufficiency and self-worth.


2011


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 Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

www.brafb.org

Grant: $25,000

This grant purchased essential food for 239 students enrolled in the BackPack program at Guilford Elementary School. This program ensures that children at risk of food insecurity have adequate access to healthy food at times when school-based resources are unavailable.


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Loudoun County Public Library

library.loudoun.gov

Grant: $3,045

Open Door Special Needs Storytimes are designed for children who have developmental disorders on the autistic spectrum.


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Blue Ridge Speech & Hearing

www.speechhearing.org

Grant: $35,000

Build and equip a new Sensory Integration Room that will better serve children with special needs.BRSH is the only nonprofit providing audio logical services, speech therapy and occupational therapy to Loudoun County’s residents in need.


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HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $35,000

A new pediatric ultrasound machine, funded by this grant, is for use at the new pediatric site in Sterling.  This is the second grant from 100WomenStrong to the nonprofit, a Federally Qualified Health Center created to provide health care in a medial home setting to those who have limited or  no health insurance.


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INOVA Hospital Foundation

www.inova.org

Grant: $26,000

INOVA Health Foundation received $26,000 for a stereotactic breast analysis table.

Update: Inova Stereotactic Breast Analysis Table Dedication was held November 5, 2013. 100WS members and the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation gathered alongside Inova nurses, doctors, and administrators on October 24 to dedicate the new Stereotactic Breast Analysis Room at Inova Loudoun Hospital. Key funding provided by 100WS and Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation helped to purchase the new stereotactic table, where a breast biopsy can be performed by pinpointing the exact spot of the abnormal area. 100WS is very pleased to help support Inova’s commitment to women’s health in Loudoun County.


9734337

Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

www.lcsj.org

Grant: $25,000

Loudoun Child Advocacy Center (CAC) in support of attaining accreditation from the National Children’s Allianceto expand it’s service capacity by opening new opportunities for increased funding. Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice offers legal services, domestic violence services and 24-hour crisis hotline, youth and children’s services, and services for victims of
sexual assault, among others.


529721

The Good Shepherd Alliance

www.loudounhomeless.org

Grant: $10,000

The Good Shepherd Alliance (GSA)  renovated its newly purchased transitional residential property to ready it for immediate occupancy by a family. GSA is a non-profit organization providing help and hope for the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services leading to self-sufficiency and self-worth.


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Loudoun Cares

www.loudouncares.org

Grant: $5,000

Loudoun Cares developed and implementated “Board Boot Camp(s)” to train board and staff of Loudoun County area nonprofit organizations. Loudoun Cares was founded in 2002 to promote the sharing of community services under one roof. This model, already utilized in many communities, encourages collaboration and efficiency among nonprofit agencies—ultimately benefiting the long-term health of the community.


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Feed Loudoun Plant A Row

feedloudoun.org

Grant: $4,900

Feed Loudoun Inc. increased its capacity and promoted the growing and donation of fresh fruits and vegetables by local gardeners, farmers and agri-businesses for the purpose of feeding the hungry in Loudoun County. Feed Loudoun is part of Loudoun Plant A Row, which was founded in 2009 as part
of a national grass roots organization known as “Plant A Row for the Hungry.”


2010


2965261

Loudoun Interfaith Relief

www.interfaithrelief.org

Grant: $25,000

Refrigerated Food Delivery Van


9734337

Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

lcsj.org

Grant: $15,000

Legal Service Enhancement.


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The ARC of Loudoun (Paxton Campus)

www.thearc.org

Grant: $16,690

Classroom and Playground Equipment.


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Loudoun Youth

www.loudounyouth.org/

Grant: $14,550

Program for “at risk” Children.


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HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $4,000

Breast Feeding Education.


2009


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HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

http://www.loudounchc.org

Grant: $25,000

Pediatric Equipment.


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Leadership Loudoun

http://www.leadershiploudoun.org

Grant: $3,600

Lunches for Summer Camp Program.

 

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