Loudoun Now: Loudoun Hunger Relief Celebrates New Community Services, Free Market Opening

Loudoun Hunger Relief on Thursday celebrated the opening of its new Community Services Center with a ribbon cutting and reception where attendees were encouraged to see the space for themselves.

The project was funded through a $3 million capital campaign with The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation providing the lead gift. Merritt Construction contributed the architecture services, building plans and general contracting as an in-kind donation. More than 250 donors gave toward the project. The venture was possible through a public-private partnership with the Loudoun County government, which owns the building on Miller Drive near Leesburg Executive Airport.

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