Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services announced that St. Helena residents and philanthropists Anne and Chuck McMinn have made a gift of $100,000 in support of the agency’s Adult Day Healthcare Center.
The contribution kicks off the new Major Gifts Program being launched by NVHADS.
The Adult Day Healthcare Center programs provide medical, social, recreational, and personal care services for adults with chronic, life-limiting conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease.
“Anne and Chuck are community visionaries and have been deeply involved with NVHADS over the years. Through Anne’s volunteer leadership of our Center’s Horticultural Therapy program, they have seen the impact of the work we do throughout Napa County,” NVHADS President and CEO Linda Gibson said in a news release. “We are so honored that they have chosen to invest in our vision through this fabulous gift.”
“During my eight years as a volunteer at Adult Day Services, I got to see firsthand the amazing, profound impact it has on the lives of people struggling with the effects of Alzheimer’s and other life-limiting conditions,” Anne McMinn said. “We are so fortunate to have Adult Day Services in our community. I hope this gift will inspire others to give generously in support of ADS or consider volunteering for this vitally important program.”
Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services is celebrating its 35th year. Its programs have served more than 10,000 families in the Napa Valley over the past decade.
For more information, visit www.nvhads.org.