NVV gives $6 million for OLE Health's new South Napa Campus
In November 2016 we announced a $6 million grant to help build the new OLE Health medical facility. Addressing Napa County's rapidly changing health care needs, the 30,000 square foot medical facility will offer a dynamic menu of programs and services in the areas of primary care, behavioral health, dental, optometry, nutrition and more. Both the construction process and the completed facility will create local jobs. OLE Health currently provides primary medical care for one in six Napa County residents and one in four local children from its nine area facilities, including the Napa Valley Vintners Community Health Center on Pear Tree Lane in Napa. It is expected that the new facility, slated to open in 2018, will serve more than 15,000 patients annually.
Napa Valley Vintners Gives $2 Million Grant to Boys & Girls Club of St. Helena and Calistoga
In January 2015, we granted $2 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga’s Great Futures capital campaign. The campaign was created to build a new 14,000-square-foot clubhouse and community center in Calistoga that will include classroom space, a multi-purpose gymnasium, commercial kitchen, gardens, technology and art labs and a recreation room.
NVV Gives Early Christmas Gift to Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley
In December 2014, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley launched a $4 million fundraising campaign to construct a new clubhouse in American Canyon. We were proud to present the group with an early Christmas gift by pledging $2 million from Auction Napa Valley proceeds to seed the project. The new 14,000 square foot clubhouse, which is expected to serve 250-300 children each day, will feature areas dedicated to early childhood education, teens, technology and general education. The clubhouse will benefit not only American Canyon youngsters, but the entire community as it will have a kitchen and meeting space available for public use. The Boys & Girls Clubs plans to break ground in spring of 2016 with completion anticipated by the following winter. More information is available and community donations toward the project can be made at www.buildingAC.org.
Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund
Auction Napa Valley’s success allowed us to fund a reserve account to ensure that our nonprofit partners would be able to continue helping their clients in the event of a natural disaster or the inability to hold the auction. In the aftermath of the 2014 South Napa Earthquake, this emergency savings account allowed the NVV to fill a great community need by providing the lead gift of $10 million to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund managed by Napa Valley Community Foundation.
NVV and Visit Napa Valley Pledge $5 Million in Combined Contributions to Vine Trail
Napa Valley Vine Trail will use our matching grant (up to $2.5 million over five years) to leverage other funds to build the trail between south Napa and Yountville, providing a safe place to reap the health benefits of walking and biking, and safe routes to schools along the trail.
Breaking new ground
In addition to supporting those in our community who are most in need, we have helped implement some cutting edge innovations. For example:
Napa Valley Vintners Health Care Center which houses OLE Health, Sister Ann Dental Clinic, Healthy Moms & Babies and Napa Emergency Women’s Services creates a one-stop location for complementary services