Thank you John Marshall Bank

Every organization has assets and liabilities, but non-profits always seems to lean on the negative side of the ledger. The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad certainly has its share of financial responsibilities and is grateful to the business community for their help. All donations, no matter how large or small, contribute toward the purchase of […]

First Responders on Parade

The weather forecast for Saturday December 9th was questionable, but snow and cold temperatures didn’t keep Loudoun Rescue from Leesburg’s Holiday Parade. Members of the squad were delighted to participate in spreading glad tidings and always happy to show their support.

Is there a doctor in the house?

It’s not everyday that an EMS unit has a doctor on board and it’s even more remarkable for that doctor to have run rescue in Loudoun County not so long ago. Loudoun Rescue’s unit M613E had the privilege of hosting Dr. Luke Sponholz, MD as a “ride along” guest of the squad on Sunday Oct. […]

FY 2017 Annual Report

The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad presented their first ever annual report to the Leesburg Town Council on Tuesday October 24th. As the squad’s funding sources evolve, it was important to demonstrate how Loudoun Rescue spends their money and the expense of manpower without volunteers. In addition to purchasing a new ambulance annually, Dave Galen, […]


On Saturday May 20, the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad opened its doors to family, friends and members of the local community to visit the squad and take a closer look at the facility, equipment and training required to provide emergency medical services. Children of all ages participated in ambulance tours, first aid and CPR […]

OPEN HOUSE May 20, 12-4 PM

Carnival Food…Children’s Activities…Ambulance Tours…K9 Bomb Detection…First Aid Demonstrations…Magic Show…Raffles and more. Saturday May 20th from 12-4 PM.  143 Catoctin Circle, SE, Leesburg, VA   Enjoy a family friendly event where you can learn about the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad.    

Brownies anyone?

Brownie Troop 4521 from Leesburg Elementary school recently toured the squad and learned about how EMTs take of the sick and injured. The third graders were guided by Sgt. Debbie Bowlds, EMT, on the importance of vital signs, making patients comfortable and learning about the equipment first responders use during an emergency call. Touring the […]

Valor Awards

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce hosted a proud tradition of recognizing our community’s career and volunteer emergency first-responders during a special ceremony at the National Conference Center on April 20th. This year’s Valor Award honorees, whose heroic and often life-saving actions, are often called above and beyond the call of duty. The Loudoun County […]

Happy Birthday

Auxiliary and Squad Members and guests of the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad (LCVRS) assembled at Lansdowne Resort on Saturday January 21 to celebrate the squad’s 65th birthday. A large number of former members that ran in the early days brought special meaning to our proud history. Patty Russell emceed the festivities with the swearing […]

Daisies everywhere

On Thursday January 19, a dozen daisies (Girl Scout Grades K-1)) showed up at the rescue squad to learn more about what we do. They were the most exuberant and inquisitive tour group we’ve had the pleasure to host in a long time. The tour began with instructions on what to do if they should […]