U.S. Outreach

The U.S. Outreach Ministry at Cornerstone Chapel exists because of our response to God’s call for us to be messengers of hope and good news. We do this by utilizing the ministry gifts of our volunteers and the financial resources the Lord provides to impact and influence people for Christ by putting our faith into action. We desire to intentionally love others who are troubled, poor, sick, lonely, and lost, and in doing so, we demonstrate God’s love.

Coronavirus: Giving

By giving to our US Outreach Ministry, your funds go directly toward COVID-19 financial relief and families in need.

To give online, click the “Give Here” button below, log in, and designate your contribution to “US Outreach” in the drop-down.

Give Here

If giving by check, please make them out to “Cornerstone Chapel” with “US Outreach” as the memo.

Coronavirus: How We Can Serve

The following are organizations we are working with that are serving our neighbors in this time of crisis. For questions or more information, email usoutreach@cornerstonechapel.net.

Cornerstone Chapel

Donate PPE: As part of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cornerstone Chapel is receiving donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) and distributing the supplies to Loudoun-based health care providers and facilities in need. Donated supplies may be opened, but must be unused.

This includes medical masks (rated N95), disposable gowns, face shields, gloves, and hand sanitizer.

Please drop off all PPE donations in the black bins located outside of the Children’s Ministry Entrance at Cornerstone Chapel, Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Additional Donations: Toilet paper, diapers, wipes, feminine sanitary pads. Leave donations in the white box trailer.
Connect: Contact usoutreach@cornerstonechapel.net for new volunteer opportunities.

YMCA (Loudoun County Program)

Serving underserved children in Loudoun County by providing emergency childcare services, meal distribution, and activity care packages
Donate: Colored pencils, crayons, glue sticks, paper/pads of paper, jump rope, sidewalk chalk, coloring books, puzzles, simple games (checkers, board games), soft play balls, bubbles, frisbees
Serve: Purchase items from the store and drop them off to the Cornerstone Chapel parking lot. Spread word of the need to friends and neighbors.
Connect: Robert Blakely at robert.blakely@ymcadc.org
Please Note: When arriving with donations at Cornerstone’s campus, drop off all donations at our covered trailer located on the edge of our West Parking Lot next to the Park.

Visit their website here.
Contribute financially here.

INOVA Hospital

Serving our local health professionals during the pandemic
Donate: Masks (unused) (Note: INOVA is not accepting homemade masks of any kind), goggles, Hand sanitizer, face shields, paper disposable gowns, gloves, bleach/bleach wipes
Serve: Provide meals to feed busy care teams. Please review the following guidelines: Only restaurants and catering companies may donate food; items must be individually packaged and labeled, i.e., only “grab and go” meals; we cannot accept “shareable” items such as whole pizzas, open trays of food or large containers; we cannot accept homemade food.
Do not drop off food at the hospitals without an appointment.
Contact inovadonations@inova.org to schedule drop-off appointment.
Connect: Suzie Quinn at Suzy.Quinn@inova.org
Please Note: Read INOVA COVID-19 donation guidelines here.

Tree of Life

Delivering up to one month’s groceries (twice weekly on Wed and Sat) to local families in need. Also distributing ‘to go’ meals on Tuesday evenings.
Donate: Food to stock their pantry, the link below has a list of current needs
Serve: Drop off groceries to families in need.
Connect: 540-441-7920 or info@tolministries.org
Financial donations can be made here.
Food drop-off locations including Cornerstone Chapel can be found here.
Please note: When arriving with donations at Cornerstone’s campus, drop off all donations at our white box truck located on the edge of our West Parking Lot next to the Park.

To sign up to help sort the food at the pantry, click here.
To sign up to donate to-go dinners in Leesburg, click here.

Mobile Hope

Delivering food to children and their families in neighborhoods around Loudoun
Donate: Bags for a familiy of 4: peanut butter and jelly, rice and beans, large cans of vegetables and fruit, cereal boxes, granola bars, oatmeal packets, juice boxes/water, pasta and red sauce (plastic jar), applesauce (plastic jar), shelf-stable milk
Serve: Help pack children’s lunches and family meals at the at the distribution center on 741 Miller Drive, Leesburg VA 20175
Connect: Call Mobile Hope at 703-771-1400
Financial Donations can be made online here.
Food drop-off location: Cornerstone Chapel
Please note: When arriving with donations at Cornerstone’s campus, drop off all donations at our white box truck located on the edge of our West Parking Lot next to the Park.

Volunteers of America

Leesburg homeless shelter
Donate: Bottled water, cup of noodles, microwave mac-and-cheese, pop-top soups, fruit cups, pudding cups, small jars of peanut butter and jelly, crackers, snacks, granola bars, juice pouches, fast-food gift cards
Connect: Call 703-771-5429
Drop-off location: 16400 Meadowview Ct, Leesburg, VA 20175
Please Note: When delivering, please call the VOA’s front desk at 703-771-5429 and staff will come out to the car. Make sure to say that items are for care bags.


Offers free confidential medical services, counseling, and supplies to expecting moms and low-income parents.
Donate: Diapers, wipes, formula, toilet paper, non-perishable food and Walmart gift cards.
Serve: Purchase items from the store, ask your friends and neighbors for donations of these hard to find supplies, call and deliver items to Mosaic
Connect: Call (703) 729-1124 to set up a safe delivery at the Mosaic office.
Financial donations can be made here.
Visit their webpage here.

How You Can Help

1. Volunteer to serve by meeting the needs in our church body and the community. You can do this through our Friends & Neighbors (relational) Ministry, lending your skills to those in need, going out for Disaster Relief Trips, or serving through other seasonal opportunities.


2. Support a Cornerstone U.S. missionary through prayer, encouragement and giving. Visit our Missionary Directory to meet our missionaries and learn how you can support one.

Missionary Directory

3. Check out our current Community Outreach opportunities below and see where you can serve!

Community Outreach Opportunities

Cornerstone Chapel Meals Ministry

Provide meals to those in need in our congregation. For more information, e-mail women@cornerstonechapel.net.

Cornerstone Chapel Relational Ministry

Our relational ministry is named “Friends and Neighbors”. This ministry is for volunteers who have a heart for those in need and are willing to serve others through sustained relationships. To sign up, click the above “Volunteer” button and check “Friends and Neighbors” in your application.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Volunteer your time to unite your two passions, faith and athletics, to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

Volunteer Opportunities
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Good Samaritan Advocates

Volunteer your time and skills to help Good Samaritan Advocates, a faith-based legal aid organization providing no-cost legal services to low-income individuals in greater Washington DC. You do not need to be a lawyer to volunteer!

Volunteer Opportunities

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Good Shepherd Alliance

Volunteer your time, food or clothing donation to help the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing.

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Hope Community Center

Volunteer your time to help with ESL classes and outreach to the local international community.
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Loudoun Hunger Relief

Volunteer your time or food donation to help your neighbor combat hunger.

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Mobile Hope

Volunteer your time to support children and young adults (24 years of age and younger) who are precariously housed, homeless, or at risk, living in Loudoun County.

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Volunteer your time, food and baby clothes donations to aid Mosaic, a pro-life medical organization serving women facing unplanned pregnancies.

Volunteer Opportunities

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Tree of Life

• Tuesday Evening Meals – Sign up to donate food and serve meals on Tuesdays at the Tree of Life Center in Leesburg (operating out of Crossroads Baptist, 850 Edwards Ferry Road).
• Volunteer – If you have interest in joining this volunteer team, please contact Tree of Life to attend the next Volunteer Induction Program.

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Volunteers of America Homeless Shelter

See information regarding COVID-19 above.

Volunteers are needed to prepare sack lunches for residents at the homeless shelter.
• To serve, please click here.

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Cornerstone Classifieds

Cornerstone Classifieds is a way to connect our Cornerstone Chapel congregation with potential employment and/or housing opportunities. It is also a way for people within our church body to advertise job openings or rooms/homes for rent.

Cornerstone Classifieds


Contact Us
If you have any questions about the U.S. Outreach Ministry of Cornerstone or would like to know of ways that you can serve the community, please email Pastor Mike Frick at usoutreach@cornerstonechapel.net.