Even in the wealthiest county in the country, many residents live on the edge and seek help just to survive: parents with low incomes, single parents, children, veterans, disabled persons, people experiencing homelessness, the elderly. Roughly 95% of Loudoun Cares clients fall at or below 70% of the Area Median Income level and 50% of these are experiencing poverty. Its ConnectLine links them to nonprofits and agencies that assist with basic needs like food, clothing, diapers, rent/utility assistance, job services, and ESL classes. Since the start of the pandemic, Loudoun Cares has served over 7,460 residents, nearly half of them children. Meanwhile, the Volunteer Center matches individuals and businesses that want to help (2,500 volunteers in the last two years) with 240+ registered nonprofits. Loudoun Cares works at both ends of the spectrum – connecting those in need with those who can offer support.
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About the Catalogue for Philanthropy
Each year 120 expert reviewers evaluate applicants for distinction, merit, and impact. Each featured charity has been successfully site visited and its financials given the thumbs up. The Catalogue for Philanthropy charges no fees and raises funds separately to support its work. Since 2003, it has raised over $40 million for charities across the Greater Washington region.
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