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About Us

Loudoun Literacy Council has been changing lives through reading and learning to promote personal growth and empowerment in Loudoun County since 1980. We believe that literacy remains essential to achieving community-wide aspirations of developing young learners, strengthening families, enabling parents to participate in the education of their children, and ensuring access to opportunities for economic advancement.

View our brochure here.

Leah Nguyen, Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient

I chose ‘Dyslexia and Dysgraphia Awareness’ for my Gold Award project because I want children to be identified and receive interventions as early as possible. Many do not get diagnosed until after third grade, or even as late as high school. It is also more difficult to identify dyslexia and dysgraphia in our ELL and underserved populations, and I saw an opportunity to partner with Loudoun Literacy Council to help address this problem. I believe that by educating parents about the signs and symptoms, fewer children will ‘fall through the cracks.’

To help with Leah’s project, view her presentation (left) and use the following link to complete her survey!

Join Our Volunteer Team

There is a great need for volunteers to read to children, support our office operations, and help adults develop the English skills they need to achieve their personal and professional goals. No experience necessary – just a big heart and a few hours training with us on.

Family Literacy Program

The Family Literacy Program serves at-risk children and their families in our community through several different initiatives including Head Start, STEP, Fall for Reading, Book Builder Program, Sweet Dreams, Baby Book Bundles and others. Through these efforts we are able to put thousands of new and gently used books into the hands and homes of low income families in our community.

Adult Literacy Program

Loudoun Literacy Council offers a variety of options for community members who are 18 years of age and older to achieve their literacy goals. Classes and individual tutoring is available year-round at partner sites across Loudoun County. All services are performed by trained volunteers from the community.

They Are Us | Family Literacy Program

View Loudoun Literacy Council’s
annual report here


Link to 2020 Annual Report


199 Liberty Street SW, 3rd Floor
Leesburg, VA 20175

IRS Tax Identification: 52-1227843