Our Mission is to support healthcare services for Loudoun County residents who, as a result of economic or other barriers, would otherwise do without
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We are committed to making sure that no one in our community goes without medical care and have opened our doors to more people than ever before. What we offer goes beyond medical care.
Many of our patients come to us under the most difficult of circumstances, when they are sick and struggling, and when they have lost their ability to provide for their families, let alone their most basic health care needs.
Loudoun Free Clinic offers expert medical care and something that cannot be measured – caring support and a community to which they can turn.
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"Drive For Charity 2018" Check Presentation Ceremony
The Loudoun Free Clinic was once again honored to be one of 6 charities that split the proceeds of The Dulles Greenway's Drive for Charity fundraiser this year. The fundraiser was held on Thursday, May 17 and over $316,000 was collected in tolls that day!
Executive Director Chuck Birdie was on hand to accept the check from Greg Woodsmall, CEO Dulles Greenway, at the presentation ceremony on June 28th, along with Board of Director Members Barbara Combs, Dr. Alison deVazeille and Dr. John Cook III.
Dr. Cook took the opportunity to advocate for Loudoun Free Clinic, explaining that his "Chaos" tie was quite similar to the hard work that we do here at Loudoun Free Clinic. With the help of over 120 volunteers, 15 staff and generous donors, we are able to provide healthcare to those who need it most and have no viable options.
We are so grateful to the Toll Road Investors Partnership and Greg Woodsmall and Terry Hoffman of The Dulles Greenway management for supporting us throughout the years. Your continuing generosity has played a significant role in our ability to carry out the Loudoun Free Clinic's mission to provide free, quality healthcare to the uninsured residents of Loudoun County.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Mary B. Tett Scholarship Announced
Loudoun Free Clinic and the Tett family are proud to announce that the Mary B. Tett Scholarship Fund has been established in memory of beloved long-time volunteer Mary Tett, who passed away suddenly in August 2017.
A scholarship award of up to $1,000 will be awarded annually to one current volunteer or current staff of Loudoun Free Clinic who is currently or planning to major or pursue a training certificate in a medical related field.
Please download the application below for complete details on eligibility, criteria and submission requirements.
The completed application must be submitted to Colleen Breuning, Director of Business Operations, by April 30, 2018 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The recipient of the scholarship award will be notified by mid-July and payment will be made directly to the educational institution.
If you have any questions, please contact Colleen via email or