Platinum Achievement Award for INMED Opportunity Center

Congratulations to our Loudoun team for being 1 of 3 inaugural recipients of the Platinum Achievement Award from the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. This award recognizes innovative businesses systems and approaches to serving needs in the community. INMED Opportunity Center Programs Director Maria Vasquez (middle) and Board of Trustees Chair Nickole Winnett (second from left), pictured here with CFLNFC Board Chair Tracey White, Wells Fargo’s Lucky Wadehra and CFLNFC CEO Amy Owen, were thrilled with the honor. Congrats also to community partners Crossroads Jobs and Loudoun Hunger Relief!

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Jennifer Lassiter Smith to Lead INMED’s U.S. Programs

STERLING, VA (June 11, 2019): INMED Partnerships for Children is pleased to announce that Jennifer Lassiter Smith has joined our team as Director of U.S. Programs. In this new role, she will expand the type and reach of INMED’s services for children and families, including children with autism, in Loudoun County and beyond.

Smith also serves as the CEO of the Paxton Trust, where she has developed programs for children in need and has partnered with other nonprofits to develop new programs serving children in Loudoun. Previously, Smith was the Executive Director of The Arc of Loudoun, leading the organization to its home on the Paxton Campus.… Read the rest...

Community Foundation Celebrates 20 Years; Nonprofits Receive Platinum Achievement Awards

Leesburg, VA – June 10, 2019 – The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties celebrated its 20th anniversary with a spring garden party and awards ceremony on Sunday, June 2. Current and past Board members, fund holders, and community partners gathered at the home of Community Foundation Board member, Connie Moore, in celebration of the milestone.

Board Chair Tracey White emceed the event, highlighting the Community Foundation’s growth in the past twenty years. “As we reach our 20th anniversary, it’s only fitting that we’ve also surpassed several important organizational milestones recently,” White remarked. “We now have almost 70 funds and more than six million dollars in community-based assets.… Read the rest...