Loudoun Now: Loudoun County Supervisors to Vote on $1.8M for Nonprofit Grants

Apr 19, 2021

The Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday, April 20 on distributing $1.8 million to Loudoun nonprofits with missions ranging from preventing teen suicide, to feeding the hungry, to spreading English literacy.

Loudoun County’s annual nonprofit grants have grown in the last several years, as efforts to make funding decisions more based more on quantifiable need and less on image and politics have been coupled with increases in the amount of funding available. This year’s grant cycle, with $1.8 million in play, is the largest ever—even before considering the six vital safety-net nonprofits that now receive direct funding, rather than competing in the grants process.

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