Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization of more than 250+ volunteers from Loudoun County who help our frail, elderly, and disabled neighbors maintain independent living.
CELEBRATING OVER 28 YEARS
What We Offer
Assisted Transportation for frail elderly and disabled adults who, because of physical limitations, are not able to use public transportation services.
LVC volunteers provide transportation for needs such as:
- Medical appointments
- Cancer treatments
- Physical therapy, chiropractic care, hydrotherapy, speech therapy
- Grocery shopping, prescription pick up, food pantry pick up
- Errands, voting, and non-medical needs
- Wheelchair-Assisted Transportation* (*NEW! as of November 2023)
“Everyone has been so kind to my dad and he thoroughly enjoys his conversation with the volunteers, especially Joni, and the opportunity to get out of the house more!
Just wanted you all to know how grateful my family and I are for folks like you and the impact you’ve made on our lives! Thank you!!
Supportive Services for Loudoun County residents who have physical disabilities, but because of age or income are not eligible for services provided by the county, state, or federal governments.
Caregivers provide services such as:
- Grocery shopping for the care receiver
- Food bank delivery
- Respite sitting to assist families who care for family members with Alzheimer’s, dementia, ALS, Parkinson’s disease
- Weekly phone calls
- Friendly visiting
- Help with paperwork
- Handy Helper through the Chore Corps program
Our Money Management Program provides Representative Payee services for our clients who are most vulnerable to financial exploitation or neglect. This is a free service offered to those who need to have a Representative Payee as determined by the Social Security Administration.
“Please thank my volunteer, Lee. Your organization IS making a difference”.
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers works closely with local faith communities and agencies such as the Department of Family Services, the Department of Mental Disabilities/Mental Health, and the Area Agency on Aging to fulfill the needs of Loudoun County residents who do not qualify for sufficient help from county, state, or federal agencies and oftentimes fall through the cracks.
Established in 1995 with a grant from the National Federation of Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, this non-profit has grown to be a vital part of the Loudoun County community with continued funding from grants, fundraising initiatives, and donations by participating businesses, congregations, civic agencies, volunteers, and collaborative partners. Learn more about the history of LVC in the timeline above.
Board of Directors
COO, ARC of Loudoun
All Ages Read Together
Law Enforcement, Retired
Patty White Consulting
Susan Mandel Giblin
Executive Director , LVCG
Infectious disease Research
Founder, Muzyka Solutions LLC
LVC thanks the Minchew Family Foundation, the AARP Foundation, and the Thoet Family Foundation for gifts made to LVC in 2022
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is so very thankful to the Philip Graham Fund, for a $25,000 grant to help with general operating support.
LVC is deeply grateful to the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation for its ongoing support and a $9,000 grant helping Breast Cancer survivors and other cancer survivors to wishes to thank the following WONDERFUL foundations and congregations for their generous support of our programs this year:
* The AARP Foundation * The Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation * The Exxon Mobil Foundation * Leesburg Daybreak Rotary Foundation * Leesburg Presbyterian Church * One Hundred Women Strong * The Philip Graham Fund * St. John’s Catholic Church, Leesburg * Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun * The United Way of the National Capital Area * The Ada & Albert Wibel Foundation