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Kristina Bouweiri Kristina Bouweiri‚ CEO Dulles, Va. — Reston Limousine CEO Kristina Bouweiri is challenging her fellow Loudoun residents to help end the disparity between the county’s reputation as one of the wealthiest in the country and its below average philanthropic contributions.

Named honorary chairwoman of a new campaign called Faces of Loudoun, Bouweiri hosted the public debut of the initiative on March 1 at Northern Virginia Community College’s Loudoun campus by sharing how she came to be involved.

“Right away, the heart of this campaign spoke to me,” Bouweiri said at the launch. “I think as you learn more about this work, the respectful way it features our neighbors and what we hope to achieve, it will speak to your heart, too.”

Foundation Board President Kristen Langhorne and Executive Director Amy Owen are spearheading the campaign after reviewing a study indicating that Loudoun residents donate less than 2 percent of their income to local charities—in comparison, the U.S. average is 3 percent.

To help give a face to that need, Faces of Loudoun will present the stories of “real people living and working in Loudoun who are experiencing and struggling with ‘real need’,” Owen said.

Visit restonlimo.com or endtheneed.org for more information.

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