Welcome to the Louisa Community Emergency Fund (LCEF) Website

How Do I Get Help?

Get Help

If you are a Louisa County resident, who has had a recent crisis that prevents you from paying all of your current housing bill (rent or mortgage) or a basic utility bill, we can help you. LCEF has a Coordinator at the Louisa MACAA office who handles all applications. Call 540-967-9522 to schedule an appointment. For more info, go to our Get Help page. READ MORE

Donate to This Fund

Donate Now

Thanks to this year’s donors, we have already assisted many folks who needed help with their current bills. While LCEF applies for grants that may assist us with our efforts, we also rely on financial support from local businesses, individuals and churches. Any amount can help us to continue “touching lives in crisis”. Click on the DONATE NOW button to make an online donation or READ MORE for additional information.

Thanks a bunch!

Many Thanks To Our 2021 Supporters!

Belmont Club of Women, Besley Implements, Boardwalk Mini Golf, Church of the Incarnation, Dominion Energy, Episcopal Church - Charlottesville VA Diocese, Fifty-Third Winery, Foster Creek Baptist, Goshen Baptist Association, Huntington Community Fellowship, Knights of Columbus Council 11262, Lake Anna Tractor & Hardware, Louisa Christian Church, Louisa County Community Fund, Louisa United Methodist Church Women, Mineral United Methodist Church, Mineral UMC Endowment Fund, Mineral United Methodist Church Women, Moo Thru, Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church missions and mens group, Spring Creek Bunco, St James Episcopal Church Women and Outreach Committee, The Boston Foundation, Tim’s at Lake Anna, Wayne’s Heating & Cooling, Wells Fargo Mortgage, West Louisa Methodist Churches, Windwood Coves Community Club, Yanceyville Christian Church and Sunday School.

And these families: Arment, Baggett, Barfield, Barta, Beach, Belluomini, Bigley, Biondi, Blanchard, Blessing, Boivin, Bowling, Bradford, Breseman, Brice, Brockel, Brooks, Butler, Carr, Carroll, Coleman, Croghan, Cunningham, DeBusk, Dickens, Driskill, Eaton, Edwards, Ferguson, Feschke, Fletcher, Flynn, Fortune, Fuller, Gallagher, Goodwin, Grill, Harlow, Herr, Hoh, Holland, Holmes, Hubbard, Hyde, Ingersoll, Jeffers, Johnson, Karhuse, Kauffman, Kaval, Keller, Kirley, Klug, Kogle, Langston, Leatherwood, Lewis, Liebsch, Marstall, McAllister, McCracken, McDonnell, Mielke, Mihoc, Minner, Moser, Parker, Perry, Preston, Pritchard, Richardson, Rigdon, Roberts, Rolan, Nafziger, Osburn, Owen, Papantoniou, Parker, Perkins, Petrini, Ptasznik, Rigdon, Rivera, Ronksley, Root, Sargent, Satchell, Seaton, Shifflett, Shutt, Sims, Smith, Stone, Thomas, Unger, Utt, Walker, Wallace, Webster, Wesley, Zemke.


Our Mission is to assist Louisa County Residents with the basic needs of daily living during a crisis situation, while providing education and referral services that will help them become more self-sufficient.