It is almost inconceivable that one of the richest counties in America would have residents who do not have enough to eat on a regular basis. The hardest hit are the children whose parents work sometimes 2 jobs to keep a roof over the family’s head. We have become involved with programs that provide food supplies to families, fill and give back packs to children on Fridays for weekend sustenance and to local growing programs that support the citizens.

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:


Dulles South Soup Kitchen


Grant: $20,000

Commercial kitchen renovation and meal distribution programs


JK Community Farm

Grant: $6,500

 Curriculum development to reduce chronic disease and childhood obesity with food education


Loudoun Hunger Relief, Inc.

Grant: $15,000

For their Sterling neighborhood satellite/partner pantries


Love, KK

Grant: $2,500

Provide locally sourced food to Lucketts Community Food Pantry at Faith Chapel


Seven Loaves Services

Grant: $15,000

Hunger relief in eastern Loudoun County/Seven Loaves offsite food distribution project


Women Giving Back

Grant: $15,000

Supporting Loudoun women and children in crisis with emergency clothing, food, and essentials


Backpacks for Success (Loudoun County HS)

Grant: $1,635

Provide backpacks and basic school supplies to new freshmen, many of whom are attending an American school for the first time

Dulles South Food Pantry

Grant: $7,500

Expand hours for part-time operations staff to support at 40% increase in guests of the pantry.

JK Community Farm

Grant: $7,500

Develop 12 additional bio-intensive raised beds for increased organic crop production.

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Grant: $20,000

Purchase a food pantry vehicle.



A Farm Less Ordinary

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Grant: $5,000

Provide training and employment to adults with special needs, so they can develop a skillset in a food/farm industry

Catholic Charities of The Diocese of Arlington

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Grant: $10,000

Purchase double door for efficient, safe delivery of food and increase commercial donor base

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Grant: $10,000

Construction of a missing sidewalk link and expand hours for part-time operations staff

Loudoun Hunger Relief, Inc.

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Grant: $12,000

Purchase a pallet lift for warehouse operations


Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

Grant: $5,000

Support for the food delivery program

Piedmont Environmental Council

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Grant: $5,000

Start volunteer programs at Roundabout Meadows Community Farm to engage residents to grow vegetables and fruits for donation to food-insecure families


Dulles South Food Pantry

Grant: $8,000

Expand seasonal storage, improve current facility & hire PT Operations Manager for growing needs in 2017

Loudoun Hunger Relief, Inc.

Grant: $5,000

Improve technology in the pantry (inventory and request system) and provide nutrition and healthy cooking classes

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

Grant: $12,500

Funding for hunger relief, supplemental food delivery and shopping programs for elderly, chronically ill and disabled adults

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100WomenStrong is a proud fund of Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties