Nonprofit Grant Funding

Fiscal Year 2023 Human Service Nonprofit Grant Application Now Open

Nonprofits certified as 501(c)(3) organizations that provide human services to Loudoun County residents in the areas of need identified and approved by the Board of Supervisors for FY 2023 are now eligible to apply for funding.

Nonprofit Grant Application Process

The purpose of the county’s nonprofit grant program is to strengthen the county’s coordination and collaboration with nonprofit partners, and ensure opportunities for local funds to be leveraged in the most effective manner for core safety net services that assist vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals and families in meeting a critical need for safety, health, security and independence. 

Loudoun County prioritizes investment in high quality human services that provide significant outcomes for county residents. Nonprofits certified as 501(c)3 organizations are eligible to apply. Funding is focused on services in the following areas of need:

  • Prevention and Self-Sufficiency: Services focused on assisting individuals and families in becoming and/or remaining independent and stable, and providing tools, skills, strategies, and resources to individuals and families.
  • Crisis Intervention and Diversion: Services provided to individuals and families in crisis to overcome immediate problems and reduce or prevent the need for more restrictive and expensive higher-level services.
  • Long-Term Support: Services that focus on assisting individuals who have continuing, long-term support needs to remain healthy, safe and independent in the community.
  • Improved Quality of Human Services: Services and opportunities provided to individuals, organizations and communities that enhance the quality, accessibility, accountability and coordination of services provided by community organizations.

Grant Application 

Loudoun County has two options for organizations seeking funds through the FY 2023 human service nonprofit grant process: 

  • The standard nonprofit grant application process for organizations seeking awards of $5,001 - $113,000; organizations will be awarded proportional funding.
  • A mini-grants process providing a simplified application for organizations applying for a grant of $5,000 or less; organizations will be awarded the full amount requested. The mini-grants program is designed for innovative small-scale projects and new or small organizations that may lack the capacity to write a larger grant.

Click here to complete and submit an online application.

  • To preview the full application and instructions, download the application packet (PDF) (includes the Application Manual and the attachments that are required to be submitted for online submissions). 
  • If you have questions or need assistance with the online application, email us at

Pre-Application Information Webinar

A pre-application information webinar was hosted by the county on Tuesday, November 9, 2021. 


Helpful information on topics relevant to nonprofits, including webinars from previous years, is available:

FY 2023 Nonprofit Grants Process Timeline

November 8, 2021 Grant Application Release Date
November 9, 2021 Pre-Application Information Webinar
December 10, 2021 Deadline for Applicant Questions
December 21, 2021 Grant Application Due 
January / February 2022 Application Review
April 2022 Award recommendations presented to the Board of Supervisors (second meeting in April)
June 15, 2022 Signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) due 
July 1, 2022 FY 2023 Award Funding Begins
October 14, 2022 FY 2023 First-Quarter Report Due 
January 13, 2023 FY 2023 Mid-Year Report Due 
April 14, 2023 FY 2023 Third-Quarter Report Due 
July 28, 2023 FY 2023 Final Report Due

Contact Information

Email us with any questions.

Anyone who requires a reasonable accommodation for any type of disability or who needs language assistance to participate in the application process should contact