One-time contributions that have a significant impact on our community
In addition to annual contributions to a core group of community health and children’s education
nonprofits, the Napa Valley Vintners regularly makes significant investments in major initiatives and capital projects.
Nearly $10 million to OLE Health, to build medical facilities that serve 1 in 5 Napa County residents at both its Pear Tree Lane location and new South Napa campus.
$4 million to help construct Boys & Girls Clubhouses in American Canyon and Calistoga which serve nearly 1000 kids.
More than $3.5 million to ensure every child in Napa County has access to health insurance.
Nearly $5 million for the Napa Valley Early Learning Initiative, a pilot program designed to ensure every child enters kindergarten ready to learn.
$2.5 million to help construct the Napa Valley Vine Trail.
$10 million in the wake of the 2014 South Napa earthquake to establish the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund, which is managed by the Napa Valley Community Foundation.
A $2 million pilot grant for technology innovations for local school programs and to encourage project-based learning.
$1.1 million to develop an integrated system for behavioral and physical health.