CanDo is proud to welcome these remarkable, local nonprofits to the
2016 Napa Valley Give!Guide.
With 60 applicants, we knew that the decision-making process would be
challenging. A committee of CanDo volunteers and community members
worked hard to balance size, geographic location, categories and more.
Even though we've enlarged the number of Napa County nonprofits
from 39 in 2015 to 43, 18 fine organizations - including both new applicants
and veterans who've appeared in the past - did not make this year's Guide.
Together, let's make this year's Give!Guide the strongest one yet!
Ag 4 Youth
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay
Church Women United Clothing Center
Community Action Napa Valley
Cope Family Center
Foster Kids Fund
Foundation for Napa Recreation
Friends of Napa River
Girls on the Run Napa & Solano
Habitat for Humanity
If Given a Chance Foundation
Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch
LGBTQ Connection (On the Move)
Loving Animals Providing Smiles
Molly's Angels of Napa Valley
Music in the Vineyards
Napa County Resource Conservation District
Napa Farmers Market
Napa Valley Community Housing
Napa Valley Education Foundation
Napa Valley Museum
Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater
Napa Valley Youth Symphony
NRRC - Napa Recovery Resource Center
Puertas Abiertas Community Resource Center
Rainbow House, a project of Catholic Charities
Rianda House Senior Activity Center
St. Helena Preschool For All
St. John's Lutheran Mission Farm
Sunrise Horse Rescue
Teacher Resource Center of the North Bay
The Pathway Home
Upper Valley Girl Scouts
Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa County
Napa Valley CanDo
Save the Dates
Working in CanDo's
FOOD BANK GARDEN
8:30 - 11:00 AM
Click here for details.
NAPA FOOD PROJECT
Neighborhood Coordinator Training
Tuesday, July 12
6:00 - 7:30 PM AM
Napa High - Room Q-9
Wednesday, July 13
6:00 - 7:30 PM
In CanDo's Community Garden (corner of Trower and Jefferson).
Let us hear your thoughts or simply watch and listen as we do what we do to keep CanDo moving forward.