Grants for Nonprofit Organizations
Since 1973, the Loudoun Preservation Society (LPS) has awarded over $834,000 in grants to county organizations for preservation and restoration projects. Our grants have helped preserve a number of significant buildings in Loudoun County, including the Aldie Mill; Ford's Store in Round Hill; Dodona Manor, the Leesburg home of George C. Marshall; Oatlands; and Morven Park. We have also donated to the restoration and preservation of a number of churches in the county, in many cases helping small congregations preserve their buildings and cemeteries. Government and nonprofit organizations in Loudoun County are eligible to apply for our annual grants. The Catherine Boyd Grant is a special award named in honor of the founder of the Loudoun Restoration and Preservation Society (now LPS). This award honors her many years of dedication to LRPS and preservation causes in Loudoun County.
The application period for the 2016 grant program is now open. The awards are presented at the LPS Annual Meeting. Grant applications for 2016 must be received by August 1, 2016.