Details for NAPA VALLEY VINTNERS - Ad from 2021-11-21

Over the last 40 years, the Napa Valley Vintners has invested more than $200 million in the health and well-being of our community. This year we are honored to support 24 nonprofits. We’re Giving $5.9 Million More $2.7 million given for mental and physical health services • $600,000 - OLE Health provides healthcare for more than 25,000 residents annually • $300,000 - St. Helena Hospital Foundation provides mobile health visits, preventive screenings and COVID vaccines among other services • $400,000 - Aldea Children & Family Services focuses on mental health, drug and alcohol programs, foster care and adoption services • $250,000 - Community Health Initiative provides access to health insurance enrollment, patient education and advocacy • $400,000 - Mentis provides mental health treatment and prevention services for all ages • $245,000 - NEWS gives shelter and emergency assistance for domestic violence and sexual abuse victims • $300,000 - Collabria Care provides end of life care, bereavement support and caregiver services • $180,000 - Planned Parenthood provides reproductive health care and sex education $1.8 million given to family resource centers • $400,000 - On the Move supports foster care, LGBTQ youth and provides family resource centers on six elementary school campuses • $350,000 - UpValley Family Centers provide financial education and assistance, early learning programs and immigration services • $125,000 - ParentsCAN supports children with special needs and their families • $90,000 - Rianda House is a senior center that works to reduce senior isolation • $80,000 - Puertas Abiertas offers trusted support for the LatinX population • $333,333 - Napa Junction Family Resource Center in American Canyon serves to strengthen the connection between home and school • $300,000 - Cope Family Center serves families in crisis and works to prevent child abuse • $75,000 - Immigration Institute of the Bay Area – Napa Office provides legal aid to immigrants seeking residency and citizenship • $60,000 - Napa CASA provides advocates for children who become dependents of the court $1.4 million given to help close the opportunity gap for Napa County youth • $450,000 - Napa Valley Education Foundation provides music & arts enrichment, college/career readiness programs and teacher training • $350,000 - Napa and American Canyon Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe afterschool environment for youth • $200,000 - St. Helena and Calistoga Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe afterschool environment for youth • $200,000 - Community Resources for Children focuses on early childhood development and childcare stabilization • $80,000 - Aim High prevents summer learning loss for at-risk children in 6th to 9th grades • $65,000 - 10,000 Degrees readies and supports low-income youth through college • $60,000 - Girls on the Run empowers girls with social, emotional and physical life skills