100womenstrong grants $639,000 to 51 loudoun nonprofits in support of shelter, health, mental health, hunger, and education. Read more.

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Loudoun County has been hit, as has the country, with the effects of tough economic times. Many families lack health care insurance or the funds to pay for services. This growing demand creates a necessity at County health facilities for innovative equipment and procedures to continue improving services for its residents. Such improvements can mean better and more locally accessible healthcare for Loudoun County residents.

100WomenStrong recommends grants to applicants, allowing them to better accomplish, or increase their capacity to fulfill their mission. Each of these grants increases the quality of life for the residents of Loudoun County.

Here is how 100WomenStrong has made an impact:

2024

BRAWS

www.supportbraws.org

Grant: $15,000

Support for emergency rent, utility and food assistance for 330 Loudoun residents.

Dulles South Neighborhood Closet

www.dullescloset.org

Grant: $2,000

Support for storage fees to hold off-season winter coats benefitting 750 clothing insecure children.

Greater DC Diaper Bank

www.greaterdcdiaperbank.org

Grant: $8,500

Support for securing and distributing baby and personal hygiene essentials to vulnerable families in Loudoun County.

Inova Health Foundation

www.foundation.inova.org

Grant: $10,000

To provide up to 40 high-risk elderly patients with transportation to enable them to access specialized care.

Just Neighbors

www.justneighbors.org

Grant: $12,000

Support for 30 low-income immigrants and refugee families in Loudoun County; and education for at least 50 others.

LAWS Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services

www.lcsj.or

Grant: $20,820

Support for the implementation of the Sanctuary Model to serve domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in Loudoun County

Loudoun Education Foundation

www.loudouneducationfoundation.org

Grant: $15,000

Support for Mobile Health Clinic program for LCPS students in the Sterling area of Loudoun County.

Loudoun Free Clinic

https://loudounfreeclinic.org

Grant: $8,800

Support for connecting low-income adults with specialist medical care and safety-net services.

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $24,000

Support for new sub-program providing rides to seniors and adults with disabilities using our new wheelchair-accessible van.

SCAN of Northern Virginia

www.scanva.org

Grant: $14,00

Support for child abuse prevention in youth-serving organizations through SCAN’s Institutional Abuse Prevention Program.

The Arc of Loudoun

www.thearcofloudoun.org

Grant: $25,000

Support for affordable therapy, preschool, and emergency assistance for 48 individuals, many with disabilities, in Loudoun County.

The Fenwick Foundation

https://www.thefenwickfoundation.org/

Grant: $15,000

Support for dental treatment for low-resource older adults in Loudoun County.

2023

 

HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $8,500

Increased access to Cervical Cancer screening via colposcopy.

 

Insight Memory Care

www.insightmcc.org

Grant: $10,000

Support for people with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia
through socialization, peer support and education.

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www.lcsj.or

Grant: $25,000

Support for agencywide trauma-informed training and consultation.

 

Loudoun Club 12

http://www.loudounclub12.org

Grant: $15,000

Support to maintain operations and to make long-needed improvements to the facility physical space.

 

Loudoun Free Clinic

https://loudounfreeclinic.org

Grant: $14,000

Support for connecting low-income adults with specialist medical care and safety-net services.

SCAN of Northern Virginia

www.scanva.org

Grant: $16,00

Support for child abuse prevention in youth-serving organizations through SCAN’s Institutional Abuse Prevention (IAP) program.

 

The Fenwick Foundation

https://www.thefenwickfoundation.org/

Grant: $7,000

Support for dental treatment for low-resource older adults in Loudoun County.

 

Veterans Moving Forward

www.vetsfwd.org

Grant: $7,000

Support for veterans with mental and physical challenges by providing highly trained service and facility dogs.


2022

Capital Caring Health

www.capitalcaring.org

Grant: $15,000

Meeting the essential needs of women and girls in Loudoun County

 

Center for Adoption Support and Education

www.adoptionsupport.org

Grant: $10,000

Improved mental health for adoptive, foster and kinship families in Loudoun County

 

Friends of Loudoun Mental Health

www.loudounfriends.org

Grant: $10,500

A Place to Call Home program to prevent homelessness by allowing people to stay in their home

 

HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $25,000

Adolescent behavioral health services

 

INMED Partnerships for Children

www.inmed.org

Grant: $12,000

 A program entitled The Hangout: A Welcoming Approach to Teen Mental Health Support

 

Insight Memory Care

www.insightmcc.org

Grant: $10,000

Early Stage Center expansion in Loudoun County

 

Pathway Homes

www.pathwayhomes.org

Grant: $14,000

Mental health restabilization program  – Back on Track

 

The Ryan Bartel Foundation

www.ryanbartelfoundation.org

Grant: $10,00

The FORT program, a space for teens to connect, feel accepted and to grow stronger together.

 

The Chris Atwood Foundation

www.chrisatwoodfoundation.org

Grant: $6,500

Revive to Thrive program

 

The Fenwick Foundation

www.thefenwickfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

For Project ADAPT – oral treatment for Loudoun County older adults and immigrant community adults

 

The Step Sisters

www.stepsisters.org

Grant: $5,000

The Step Sisters Crisis Fund

 

Veterans Moving Forward

www.vetsfwd.org

Grant: $5,000

Program to provide service dogs to veterans with physical or mental challenges at no cost to the veteran

 

Youth For Tomorrow

www.youthfortomorrow.org

Grant: $20,000

Outpatient behavioral health services in Loudoun

2019 Addiction and Recovery Special Grant Cycle

The Chris Atwood Foundation

www.chrisatwoodfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

Fund Recovery Housing Scholarships to Loudoun County residents who have been accepted into a sober living home but need financial assistance
to secure their place.

Youth For Tomorrow

www.youthfortomorrow.org

Grant: $9,000

Support expansion of the Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Program for adolescents in Loudoun County. The program will provide licensed,
highly skilled and compassionate substance abuse treatment for adolescents.

Inova CATS Patient Assistance Fund

www.inova.org/our-services/behavioral-health-services/programs-and-services/inova-cats-program

Grant: $6,040

Fund sessions not covered by patients’ insurance benefits for Intensive Outpatient Therapy for individuals transitioning from inpatient services for chemical dependency.  Not completing the program significantly increases the chance for relapse.

HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $5,000

Support the expansion of identification and treatment of substance abuse in women seeking family planning services at HealthWorks.

PRS

www.prsinc.org

Grant: $5,000

Expand the SA Peer Services program, which offers recovery support by trained and certified individuals who have lived the experience of substance
abuse in Loudoun County

 

2019

A Place to Bea place to be logo

www.aplacetobeva.org

Grant: $14,000

Produce a new “The Same Sky Project” production for middle schools to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and to promote inclusion.

EveryMind

www.every-mind.org

Grant: $8,000

Support Loudoun’s Serving Together program, which coordinates resources and improves service navigation to
optimize outcomes for veterans, service members and their families.

Five Stones Institute

www.fivestoneswellness.com

Grant: $4,000

Support mindfulness training for children in partnership with INMED to include an after-school program, summer camp sessions and training for program staff.

Friends of Loudoun Mental Health2687119_orig

www.loudounfriends.org

Grant: $8,400

Provide 24 months of housing subsidies for A Place to Call Home program to prevent homelessness by allowing people to stay in their home

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

www.lvcaregivers.org

Grant: $20,000

Purchase a wheelchair-accessible bus to transport adults and elderly to all appointments

Postpartum Support of Virginia

www.postpartumva.org

Grant: $10,000

Establish the Loudoun County Maternal Mental Health Coalition to provide universal education, screening,
referrals and treatment.

Project Horse

www.projecthorse.org

Grant: $8,400

Support the launch of an equine-assisted wellness initiative

The Fenwick Foundation

www.thefenwickfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

Provide dental care and treatment for lower-income adults, with a focus on alleviating financial impediments the elderly may face.

The Ryan Bartel Foundation

www.ryanbartelfoundation.org

Grant: $7,500

Expand the reach of the FORT, the organization’s safe community space for teens, as well as provide free workshops  and therapies.

2018

A Place to Be

www.aplacetobeva.orga place to be logo

Grant: $35,000

Expand offerings to include additional music therapist and initiate homebound music therapy program

Ability Fitness Center

www.abilityfitnesscenter.orgability fitness logo

Grant: $8,000

Purchase a NuStep recumbent cross-trainer

Five Stones Institute

www.fivestoneswellness.comfive stones logo

Grant: $5,000

Support partnership program with INMED – mindfulness training for children

Friends of Loudoun Mental Health2687119_orig

www.loudounfriends.org

Grant: $8,400

Provide 24 months of housing subsidies for A Place to Call Home program to prevent homelessness by allowing people to stay in their home

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HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org

Grant: $15,000

Support second year of Maternity Care Coordinator program

Stroke Comeback Center

www.strokecombackcenter.org

Grant: $7,500

Conduct small group communication classes led by speech language pathologists

The Fenwick Foundation

www.thefenwickfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

Fund the Adult Dental Access, Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) program, which is focused on addressing the financial and logistical impediments that keep older adults from getting needed dental care

 

2017

EveryMind

www.every-mind.org

Grant: $10,000every mind logo

Expand Serving Together program–helping military members, veterans and their families navigate family servicess, evaluate mental health needs and identify when someone is in crisis

Five Stones Institute

www.fivestoneswellness.comfive stones logo

Grant: $4,500

Bring Mindfullness training to the children in the after school program at INMED Partnerships for Children in Starling, supporting Latino children in crisis

HealthWorks

www.hwnova.org9390519

Grant: $37.500

Help fund position of Nurse Maternity Coordinator for prenatal, postpartum, well visits and family planning services

Ryan Bartel Foundation

www.ryanbartelfoundation.org

Grant: $10,000

Expand “We’re All Human” committees and training programs in 6 more high schools for peer to peer approach to suicide prevention and awareness.  Currently in 2 high schools

This Is My Brave

www.thisismybrave.org
this is my brave logo
Grant: $1,5000

Cover costs for producing live stage production at Northern Virginia Community College which shares personal stories and ends the stigma of mental illness

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