100womenstrong grants $639,000 to 51 loudoun nonprofits in support of shelter, health, mental health, hunger, and education. Read more.

Education-10-10

In Loudoun County, there are multitudes of needs for specialized education for its children and families that are not being met. We have supported reading programs for autistic children and their families, as well as soccer programs for at risk teens. In addition, we have been able to start the first training sessions for the Boards of Non-Profit groups in the county so that their organization’s services can be enhanced for the residents they serve. 100WomenStrong recommends grants to applicants, allowing them to better accomplish, or increase their capacity to fulfill their mission. Each of these grants increases the quality of life for the residents of Loudoun County.


2024

A Farm Less Ordinary

www.afarmlessordinary.org

Grant: $10,O00

Support for Crew/Peer Leaders working directly with adults with Intellectual Disabilities and or Developmental Disabilities during workforce training; providing individualized guidance.

All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.org

Grant: $25,000

Support for children and families living in-or-near under-resourced communities in Loudoun with free inclusive preschool classes.

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

www.communityfoundationlf.org

Grant: $10,000

Support for nonprofit education, training, and capacity-building programs for 80+ Loudoun nonprofit professionals.

Crossroads Jobs

www.crossroadsjobs.org

Grant: $10,000

Support for job search training, placement and post placement support services for low-income Loudoun residents.

Legacy Farms

www.legacyfarmsvirginia.org

Grant: $20,000

Support for workforce training serving neurodivergent individuals with disabilities ages 16 and up in Loudoun County.

Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls

www.lcwag.org

Grant: $5,000

Program support and expansion of Girl emPower events to strengthen skills, confidence, and leadership of Loudoun girls ages 12-18.

Loudoun Literacy Council

www.loudounliteracy.org

Grant: $20,000

Direct educational support for 3,000 low-income immigrant adults to learn English and pass their GEDs.

Morven Park

www.morvenpark.org

Grant: $5,000

Support for Morven Park’s Summer Youth Leadership program that offers free multi-day skill-building sessions for Loudoun County students.

Opportunity Scholars

www.opportunityscholars.org

Grant: $12,500

Support for job skills training for students from low-income households, allowing them to break the poverty cycle.

St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church

www.saintgabriels.net

Grant: $15,00

Support for STEAM summer education programs serving 90 financially vulnerable Loudoun families.

The New Ag School

www.newagschool.org

Grant: $12,000

Providing our youth with experiential learning in agriculture, environmental science, culinary prep, and hospitality.

Vine and Fig Tree

www.vandft.org

Grant: $6,700

Support for Job Education and Development for low-income, vulnerable, and/or at-risk youth of Loudoun County.

2023

A Farm Less Ordinary

www.afarmlessordinary.org

Grant: $8,500

Support for equipment maintenance vital to the functioning of our program of employment for adults with disabilities.

 

All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.org

Grant: $25,000

Support for free inclusive preschool classes and programming for children in need in Loudoun County.

 

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

www.communityfoundationlf.org

Grant: $10,000

Support to advance Loudoun nonprofits in mission performance, resource allocation, staffing efficiency, and fundraising systems.

 

Crossroads Jobs

www.crossroadsjobs.org

Grant: $10,000

Support for job search training, placement and post placement support services for low-income Loudoun residents.

 

ECHO

wwww.echoworks.org

Grant: $16, 602

Funding for updated LED lighting system for our LIFE day support program.

 

Just Neighbors

www.justneighbors.org

Grant: $12,000

Support for 30 low-income immigrants and refugee families in Loudoun County.

Legacy Farms

www.legacyfarmsvirginia.org

Grant: $10,000

Support for workforce training serving neurodivergent individuals with disabilities 16 and up in Loudoun County.

 

Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls

www.lcwag.org

Grant: $5,000

Support for the Girl EmPower Summit which helps Loudoun girls between the ages of 12 – 18.

 

Loudoun Literacy Council

www.loudounliteracy.org

Grant: $14,000

Direct educational support for 1000 low-income immigrant adults to learn English, Health/Financial literacy and pass their GED.

Loudoun Youth, Inc.

www.loudounyouth.org

Grant: $3,000

Support for operational costs of programs which empower youth to improve their communities through volunteerism and innovation.

 

Morven Park

www.morvenpark.org

Grant: $3,700

Support for transportation of students in Title I (or eligible) schools to participate in educational field trips at Morven Park

 

Northern Virginia Community College Educational Fund

www.giving.nvcc.edu

Grant: $26,250

Funding for the Student Success Fund that supports academically successful but financially challenged students providing scholarships/emergency grants.

 

The New Ag School

www.newagschool.org

Grant: $7,000

Support for Workforce Development for youth from underserved and low income families youth in Eastern Loudoun County.

2022

A Farm Less Ordinary

www.afarmlessordinary.org

Grant: $10,000

Kitchen skill education and finished food product development project

 

A Place to Be

www.aplacetobeva.org

Grant: $14,000

Parent education and support services

 

Crossroads Jobs

www.crossroadsjobs.org

Grant: $10,000

Job search, placement and retention services

 

ECHO

wwww.echoworks.org

Grant: $15,000

Bus replacement

 

Heeling House

www.heelinghouse.org

Grant: $4,000

Service dog training program

 

Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls

www.lcwag.org

Grant: $1,000

Girls EmPower Summit

 

Loudoun Literacy Council

www.loudounliteracy.org

Grant: $13,000

Literacy programs for low-income immigrant adults in Loudoun County

 

Northern Virginia Family Service

www.nvfs.org

Grant: $10,000

Youth initiatives in Loudoun County

 

SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now)

1409520www.scanva.org

Grant: $13,000

Preventing child abuse in organizations serving children

 

The Arc of Loudoun

www.thearcofloudoun.org

Grant: $16,000

ALLY Bridge the Gap programs for LMI people with disabilities and their families

 

The New Ag School

www.newagschool.org

Grant: $6,000

Mentor development program

 

Windy Hill Foundation

www.windyhillfoundation.org

Grant: $7,500

Summer camp subsidies for Shreveport Ridge Apartments families

2019

All Ages Read Together9835689

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $20,000

$10,000 to support existing classes at Sterling Library and $10,000 to create an inclusive classroom with LCPS Early Childhood Special Education

 

Children’s Science Centerchildren's science center

www.childsci.org

Grant: $4,000

Support Family Science Night, Discovery Days and Science on Stage STEM programs for the six Title 1 schools in Loudoun County.

 

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

www.communityfoundationlf.org

Grant: $15,000

Finance a Human Services Strategic Plan for Loudoun County, as well as support strategic planning for specific smaller nonprofit agencies.

 

Crossroads Jobs

www.crossroadsjobs.org

Grant: $5,000

Aid clients in job search and placement by funding job counselors who will also offer local employers a source of prescreened, ready-to-work applicants.

 

ECHO

wwww.echoworks.org

Grant: $17,000

Support fleet expansion by purchasing new vehicles and smart fleet software for safer, more efficient transportation.

 

INMED Partnerships for Children

www.inmed.org

Grant: $15,000

Support summer day camp and after-school program for low-income elementary school children in Sterling, including
transportation, so it does not act as a barrier to participation.

 

Loudoun Library Foundation

www.library.loudoun.gov/llf

Grant: $2,000

Fund programs designed to improve life skills for adults and children in the Sterling community.

 

Makersmiths

www.makersmiths.org

Grant: $4,000

Support programs to identify and mentor underserved Loudoun County Public School students to learn technology and
manufacturing skills in Makersmiths’ locations.

 

Northern Virginia Association for the Education of Young Children

www.vaaeyc.org/northern-virginia.htmlwww.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $2,500

Provide free professional development in Loudoun County for early childhood educators.

 

Northern Virginia Family Service

www.nvfs.org

Grant: $5,000

Expand the Violence Prevention and Intervention Program

 

Saint Gabriel’s Episocopal Church

www.saintgabriels.net

Grant: $5,700Fund a “ParentVUE Tech Literacy” Program, training parents of English Language Learners to use email and other electronic tools to monitor a student’s progress and bolster interaction with schools.

2018

All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.com9835689

Grant: $20,000

$10,000 to support existing classes at Sterling Library and $10,000 to create an inclusive classroom with LCPS Early Childhood Special Education

 

Children’s Science Centerchildren's science center

www.childsci.org

Grant: $2,000

Expand Family Science Night STEM program to more Title 1 schools in Loudoun County

 

ECHO

wwww.echoworks.org

Grant: $20,000

Launch new ECHO Training Academy to teach social skills, money management, etc., in simulation Practical Assessment Exploration System (PAES) Lab

 

EveryMind

www.every-mind.orgevery mind logo

Grant: $5,000

Support Loudoun’s Serving Together program, which coordinates resources and improves service navigation to optimize outcomes for veterans, service members and their families

 

INMEDth

www.inmed.org

Grant: $13,350

Support summer day camp for low-income elementary school children in Sterling

 

Northern Virginia Family Servicenvfs

www.nvfs.org

Grant: $5,000

Resiliency-based parenting intervention with Early Head Start families

 

Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiativenova human trafficking logo

www.novahti.com

Grant: $5,000

Create materials for human trafficking awareness and prevention

 

SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now)

1409520www.scanva.org

Grant: $5,000

Expand parent education initiatives to provide a series of Immigrant Parent Reunification workshops and add a Parenting Wisely Program

 

The New Ag School

www.newagschool.org

Grant: $9,600

Engage paid administrator for “school without walls” program

 

The Arc of Loudoun Paxton Campus

www.paxtoncampus.org

Grant: $10,000

Fund A Life Like Yours (ALLY) educational series on disability rights, guidance and support to the estimated 48,300 people in Loudoun County with disabilities, their families, caretakers and the community at large

 

Windy Hill Foundation

www.windyhillfoundation.org

Grant: $6,700

Provide 10 laptop computers to underserved youth participating in NetWorks after school program at Blue Ridge Middle School

 

2017

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All Ages Read Together

www.allagesreadtogether.com

Grant: $10,000

Support current classes and development of new parenting program

Girls on the Run

girls on the runwww.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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www.heelinghouse.org

Grant: $10,000

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

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.com

PASTA Grant: $1,5000

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

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.

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