Loudon County Community Fund

An Affiliate Fund of East Tennessee Foundation

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Loudon County Community Fund was established in 2017 by a group of community leaders who wanted to make a lasting commitment to the people of Loudon County by developing a resource to achieve community goals and promote Loudon County. The Loudon County Community Fund is a permanent endowment that has been created to support opportunities to advance and improve the quality of life of the residents of Loudon County.

You may currently reside in Loudon County, may have been born there, spent your childhood there, or this may be the community in which you one day desire to live. Whatever your relationship with Loudon County, your interest and support is greatly needed and appreciated. We can accept gifts of many assets of value and encourage you to contact us at any time to discuss your contributions to enhance the Loudon County "legacy." Our staff stands ready to meet with you to discuss how to make this into a reality.

You may want to make a donation today and can easily accomplish this by clicking the following link: "GIVE NOW."  This will forward you to our automated giving site where you can complete your donation. You can also make a check to "Loudon County Community Fund" and mail to:

Loudon County Community Fund
In Care of: East Tennessee Foundation
520 W. Summit Hill Drive, Suite 1101
Knoxville, TN 37902

For more information, please contact:

Trudy Hughes
Vice President for Regional Advancement
East Tennessee Foundation    
(865) 524-1223 or toll-free 1-877-524-1223
Email: thughes@etf.org

Find out more about grant and scholarship opportunities in Loudon County or how to establish a fund.

We the members of the Loudon County Community Foundation Advisory Board thank you in advance for your interest in and support of Loudon County!

Nicole Curtis, Chair
Amber Scott, Vice-Chair
Jeff Harris, Secretary/Treasurer
Cynthia Griggs Fleming
Billy Joe Pickel
Gary Whitfield

Loudon County Community Fund decided to make its first grant award a challenge grant to restore the beloved historic athletic field in Loudon referred to as "The Hill." Many donors met the challenge and the restoration project is currently underway!

Pictured from left to right: Jeff McQueen, LCCF advisory board member Billy Joe Pickel,  LCCF Advisory Board member Nicole Curtis, Coach Brian Kelch, President of Loudon Quarterback Club, and LCCF Advisory Board member Gary Whitfield.