100+ Women Who Care Loudoun County was formed in 2017 and they look to contribute to local nonprofits serving our community. We encourage you to become a member so we can further our mission of making the greatest impact throughout Loudoun County.
Loudoun Community Cat Coalition is dedicated to saving the lives of community cats by providing valuable TNR services and engaging with the community through education and outreach programs.
Loudoun Homeless Services is a multifaceted program that provides extensive services to prevent, support and help end homelessness within Loudoun and surrounding counties. The Loudoun Homeless Services Center is a program operated by VOA Chesapeake, Inc. and Loudoun County Family Services. The primary goals are to assist households from homelessness to permanent housing and prevent at-risk households from becoming homeless. Program staff utilizes Evidence Based Practices such as Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, Housing First approaches and low barrier programming to motivate, empower and support households experiencing homelessness.
Master Singers of Virginia is the premier mixed choral ensemble in Northern Virginia. Based in Loudoun County, the ensemble is dedicated to bringing the highest quality choral music to the people of the Washington, D.C. region. Concentrating primarily in 20th- and 21st-century a cappella classical music, the group performs programs to enrich, educate, and entertain its audiences. The Master Singers work toward the vision of bringing people together through transcendent choral experiences.
BRAWS was selected to be this quarter’s funding recipient. BRAWS mission is to bring dignity and empowerment to women and girls living in shelters by providing new, personally fitted undergarments & feminine hygiene products. These items are rarely donated, expensive for shelters to replenish, and not covered by food stamps. Insufficient access to these items often leads to unsanitary conditions and health problems.
Equine Rescue League was founded in 1990 with a mission to support the responsible use of working, sport and pleasure horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. Their goals are to prevent the neglect or abuse of any equine, to offer educational programs to the community and to provide rehabilitation and adoption for those animals in need of our services. Over the years, they have helped hundred of mistreated horses. At our April meeting, Equine Rescue League was selected to receive funding to help support its programs.
Loudoun Breast Health Network has been making a difference in the lives of Loudoun County residents diagnosed with breast cancer since 2007. They work to provide financial and emotional assistance to clients and their families. Over the years, they have provided support through the Pink Assistance Fund (PAF), the New Beginnings Program, and the New Beginnings Breast Cancer Survivor’s Retreat. At our inaugural meeting on January 17th, Loudoun Breast Health Network was selected to receive funding to help support its programs.