Who We Are
Windy Hill Foundation provides low income and workforce housing to residents of Loudoun and Fauquier Counties. In 2018 Windy Hill will provide 310 units of housing in the community. Not only does Windy Hill take pride in the housing units it has made available to the area’s low- and moderate-income families and seniors, but is equally proud of the development of several important programs for residents. The first of these is the on-going after-school Study Buddies program which partners community volunteers with Windy Hill children in the local public schools. Building on the success of Study Buddies, Windy Hill programming has developed into a year-round effort run by three full-time counselors and benefits residents of all ages.
There are now academic and social programs for children, including a six-week summer day camp, family programming, and personal enrichment, social, and health programs for seniors. Windy Hill spends over $200,000 a year on these programs, which are funded by donations from many generous individuals and organizations in the Middleburg, Marshall, and The Plains communities, as well as new friends farther afield. Windy Hill Foundation hopes that with adequate support and access to clean, safe, and affordable housing, its residents will look to the future when they can move on from subsidized housing to traditional housing options and open the door for other families and individuals in need.
How We Work
We are a non-profit organization supported by donations, tenant rent, and government subsidies. Every year, we publish a copy of our Annual Report so that you can see where the money goes. The more donations we receive, the more we invest in our local communities and support our neighbors. And thanks to our wonderful volunteers, we able to accomplish a lot with every single donation. To view the latest Annual Report, click here.
What We Do
Support the greater community by strengthening the building blocks of those less fortunate
Provide clean, safe, affordable housing
Create services and programs for low-income families and individuals
Ensure dignity without labels
Mentor students to achieve success and change the trajectory of their future
Support access to a continuum of services, ensuring our elderly residents a greater quality of life
Offer tools for healthier living