Jingle Jam Band donates $13,000 to Loudoun Hunger Relief and Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund

The Jingle Jam Band recently infused the Loudoun Hunger Relief distribution center with the joyful spirit of Christmas in July. Their 2022 concert series was an incredible success, paving the way for a heartwarming grant of $13,000 to be divided between LHR and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund, showcasing the band’s commitment to supporting essential causes.

The Jingle Jam Band has always held the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund close to their hearts, and last year, they decided to extend their philanthropic reach. Loudoun Hunger Relief, an organization dedicated to helping the local community access sufficient, nutritious food, became an additional beneficiary of their charitable efforts.

In the spirit of collaboration, the organizers of the Jingle Jam Band’s concerts teamed up with the Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. Together, they established a donor-advised fund with a goal of building to a $10,000 endowment. This initiative promises to leave a lasting legacy, supporting causes dear to the hearts of those involved.

Band members Cal Everett, Todd Wright, and Prescott Engle led the delightful pop-up Christmas event and gave attendees a preview of what to look forward to at this year’s upcoming performances. “We’re looking forward to bigger and better things with the show this year now that we’ve got the partnership with the Community Foundation,” Everett said.

Tickets for this year’s concerts will become available on November 4, with the performances planned for December 8-9.

To make a donation to the Jingle Jam Fund, click here.