Loudoun County is supporting nonprofits in identifying grant funding to accomplish their mission by providing funding alerts of government and private grant opportunities that may be relevant to an organization’s work. Nonprofits interested in discussing the details of the funding opportunities below may submit the Grants Interest & Technical Assistance Scheduling Form to schedule a one-hour meeting with the Loudoun County staff.
Completion of the form does not connect you to any funders, indicate a commitment to apply, or partnership with the county, nor does it guarantee funding. Nonprofits with a 501(c)3 status are eligible for each of the competitive funding opportunities listed below. Please review the notification of funding carefully to decide whether it aligns with your organization’s scope.
Loudoun County has allocated local American Rescue Plan Act funds to support nonprofits in diversifying their funding sources.
Email Loudoun County with questions.
CY 2024 Sexual Assault Services Program (PDF)
Employment for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Income Eligible Participants
There is not an award maximum listed. Funding will be divided among awardees based on requests and application score.
2024 Citizen Water Quality Monitoring Grant Program
The two primary purposes of the Citizen Water Quality Monitoring Grant Program are to generate citizen-collected water quality data that can be used by the agency for water quality assessment, improvement, or preservation and to educate citizens on water quality monitoring and the environment.
National Fire Plan-Wildland Urban Interface Community Fire Assistance
This grant program is designed to implement the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy and assist communities at risk from catastrophic wildland fires by providing assistance in a number of areas.
Dialogues on the Experience of War
National Endowment for the Humanities
This program supports the study and discussion of important humanities sources about war and military service to help U.S. military veterans and others think more deeply about the issues that they raise. Dialogues discussion groups may include exclusively veterans, civilians, military-affiliated persons, or any mix of these groups.
The grant program is for model projects that encourage public engagement with historical records. The idea is to form collaborations among archivists, educators, historians (including documentary editors) and people working in community-based archives to involve the public in discovering and using historical records.
Projects that center on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and those that promote discovery and access to collections that explore the ideals behind our nation’s founding are especially welcome.
Application Notes: Before beginning the process (and prior to 8/15), applicants should email Director for Access Programs Nancy Melley