Luck Stone, a Loudoun family-owned business since 1993, believes in supporting the communities they are located in, and in April, they put their money where their mouth is, so to speak. 

Working with Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers (LVC), a Loudoun non-profit that helps frail elderly and adults with disabilities in the county live as independently as possible, Luck Stone provided both the manpower and the materials for a new driveway for one of LVC’s care receivers.

LVC volunteers offer a variety of free services including medical and non-medical transportation, shopping, food delivery from the food pantry, and chores through our Chore Corps program. While LVC’s volunteers are able to provide non-professional household assistance, if the need arises, LVC will reach out to local businesses to find assistance with large jobs that require professionals.

Toward the end of April of this year the driveway of Linda E, an LVC care receiver, had become a mud slide, dangerous for her as well as for volunteers and county workers trying to assist her. With Luck Stone’s generous donation of time and materials, Ms. E. can now safely access her driveway and receive the assistance she needs through LVC’s volunteers.

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is always looking for more volunteers. There are no minimum volunteer hours required, and there are weekday and weekend opportunities available. If you are interested in helping, or if you are a community member who is elderly or an adult with disabilities who needs our assistance, please contact us at 703-779-8617 or visit

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