Raised for Local Nonprofits
1784 gifts
Totaling $279,742.24
Raised for Local Nonprofits
1784 gifts
Totaling $279,742.24
Raised for Local Nonprofits
1784 gifts
Totaling $279,742.24

Loudoun Commission on Women and Girls

Specific Need

A female business leader in our community has agreed to match every dollar donated up to $1,000. Please help us reach our goal of $2,000.


Our mission is to empower our women and girls to confidently grow in their personal and professional lives.  Through collaboration with local organizations and programs designed to educate and empower, we seek to improve the health, safety and wellness and the educational and professional opportunities of Loudoun's women and girls.


Phyllis J. Randall founded the Loudoun Commission on Women and Girls in April 2017 to address the challenges that Loudoun's women and girls face. We are run by a volunteer board of directors.


We are dedicated to improving the health and safety of Loudoun’s women and girls by enhancing county-wide education and awareness in the areas of human trafficking prevention and reporting and domestic and sexual violence prevention, and by improving accessibility of resources for victims of abuse and violence.


We also focus on creating greater educational and professional opportunities for women and girls. We are developing workshops, education/training programs and manuals, toolkits, and easily accessible lists of resources on our web site. We host special events to support and engage girls in specific areas in which they are underrepresented. Our programs offer tools, strategies, skills, and resources for self-sufficiency and life-long professional success.

$5,182.64 received
in 29 gifts
and 1 prize


163 Fort Evans Road NE #130
Leesburg VA 20176
Phone: (703) 615-7117

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