Loudoun Holiday Coalition

Volunteers help organize the Loudoun Holiday Coalition toy drive last year.

For the past 26 years, the Loudoun County Holiday Coalition has been assisting local residents with holiday gifts and this year it is expecting even greater need.

According to Gloria Mpofu, the executive director of Help for Others, the Coalition expects to receive more than 500 applications for the winter holiday program this year from families in Loudoun County.

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