Claude Moore Community Builders
Claude Moore Community Builders (CMCB)
Program- Suspended till April 10, 2020.
Contact: Sarah Bauer- firstname.lastname@example.org
The Claude Moore Community Builders program is recognized as a valuable teen volunteer and leadership training program in the Loudoun Community. Established in 2007, with the help of a generous grant from the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, the program has encouraged civic participation for youth in Loudoun County. CMCB engages youth in meaningful volunteer opportunities that benefit the organizations they are paired with and the greater community as a whole.
CMCB is a ten-month program for rising 10th – 12th graders and runs from June – March each year. Applications are open from mid March – April 30. “Builders” in the program commit to 100 hours of community service which includes: 50 hours at a non-profit placement, 30 hours at ‘service-day’ events where ‘Builders’ volunteer together, and 20 hours at ‘curriculum days’ where students learn about various topics such as leadership, communication and personal finance.
The 2018-19 CMCB group completed over 5700 hours of community service!
Some of the non-profits we actively partner with include:
- All Ages Read Together
- The Adler Center
- The Arc of Loudoun
- Bridle Paths
- Claude Moore Community Center
- Community Empowerment of Northern VA
- Dulles South Food Pantry
- Franklin Park Arts Center
- Grace to Go Meal Program
- Hope’s Treasures
- INMED Partnerships for Children
- Joshua’s Hands
- JK Community Farm
- Loudoun Cares
- Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
- Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy
- Loudoun Literacy
- Loudoun Museum
- Loudoun Therapeutic Riding
- MADD of Loudoun
- The Ryan Bartel Foundation
- Save the Tails
- Special Olympics
- Women Giving Back
- YMCA of Loudoun County