Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and now…..Giving Tuesday!
This year, join the movement of Giving Tuesday by supporting your local community. Here are some ways to give locally, where your gift will join forces with others, for maximum impact right in your own backyard.
Endowment for the Community
Established by our Board of Directors to create permanent endowment supporting our community, the Endowment for the Community makes grants to meet changing and pressing needs in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties.
Gifts for Good
Gifts for Good is an alternative gift portal with a collaboration of local human service organizations working together to offer you the perfect choice to make a gift in honor of someone special during an event or holiday celebration. Your gift will support 18 nonprofit organizations in Loudoun County working together to meet local needs. Your donation includes a printable card for you to send to the person your gift honors.
Loudoun County charities that focus on animal safety, education, adoption, health, and overall animal welfare, as well as animal-based human therapy nonprofits, benefit from the PAW Fund, a giving circle founded by local veterinarians in 2018.
Loudoun Impact Fund
The Loudoun Impact Fund is a giving circle of annual philanthropic investors who review and recommend grants into our Loudoun Community. Make a gift to join this partnership between the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties and our neighboring sister community foundation, the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia. Gifts to join are $1,000 per individual and $5,000 for businesses for a fall grants cycle. Learn more.
Sterling Women Giving Circle
Join the Sterling Women Giving Circle with women who care to make a difference here at home with collaborative and pooled grantmaking to meet local needs.
Meet many of the local charities that work together each spring to raise funds across our community—together! Visit GiveChoose.org to learn more about charities addressing local needs in nature, education, health, and culture.
Established in 2008, 100WomenStrong invites women (and men, too!) to make a gift of $10,000 each year to offer high impact grants in the community, specifically to organizations addressing key issues relating to shelter, health, hunger and education in Loudoun County, as well as long-term impact initiatives.