Register now for our 2024 Philanthropy Summit: From Struggle to Strength—Financial Stability for Our Community’s Working Families. Experts and practitioners from our community and around the region build our awareness of current needs and innovative solutions to make change.

Summit Details

Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (networking/coffee/continental breakfast 8:30-9:00)
Location: Belmont Country Club
Who is invited: Philanthropists, funders, interested community members, nonprofit and government leaders

Registration: The Philanthropy Summit is free to attend; registration is required.

Summit Preview

Keynote: ALICE Lives Here: A New Lens in Measuring Financial Hardship, presented by Scott Mengebier, Director of Research and Evaluation, United Way of the National Capital Area

Panel: Deeper Dive: Local Needs Facing Our Families, with panelists Jennifer Montgomery, President & CEO, Loudoun Hunger Relief; Valerie Pisierra, Executive Director, Loudoun Cares; Ryan Harrison, Assistant Director of Public Assistance and Supports Division, Loudoun County Department of Family Services

Presentation: A Case Study: ARISE Guaranteed Income Pilot, presented by Brandi Yee, Chief Program Officer, ACT for Alexandria, and Julie Mullen, Economic Mobility Program Officer, Center for Economic Support, City of Alexandria

Our Presenters

About the Philanthropy Summit

The Philanthropy Summit is an annual convening hosted by the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties, inviting local philanthropists, nonprofit and government executives, and local thought leaders to explore topics impacting our community. Past Philanthropy Summits focused on race, equity, and diversity; a fair and accurate Census 2020 count, teen wellness, substance abuse, behavioral health; and hunger and food insecurity in our community.