BIG GIVE DAY INCENTIVES
WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY DONORS
Proteak cutting board, Proteak board oil, Emile Henry salt pig, Rosle pizza wheel, Festival cornbread cast iron skillet kit, Stolzle fire wine decanter, Williams Sonoma hand soap, Rabbit wine stoppers, Weber apron, strawberry slicer, Vollrath measuring spoons, dishtowels and a cocktail food cookbook.
Offered by The Table.
All donors from the previous week qualify for an incentive on Mondays.
Turn screen time into “green time” by connecting the community with the outdoors. Encourage outdoor activities by hosting docent-led hikes, free nature seminars, trail and park volunteer days, and environmental-based after-school enrichment programs. Fund youth and adult recreation scholarships. Raise funds to improve parks and trails.
- $1020 Donated
- 25 Donors
Support happiness and wellness for 1,000 UpValley older adults with 27 weekly no-cost enrichment programs that help find resources, socialize, renew purpose, and stay safe and connected. Rianda House’s robust programming keeps our older generation healthy and happy, creating a stronger community for years to come.
- $775 Donated
- 14 Donors
Provide a welcoming environment and a free, nutritious meal five days a week to anyone who is hungry. Diners include the elderly, struggling families with children, working poor, veterans, and the homeless. More than 25 different community groups have prepared and served hot meals since 1986.
- $4610 Donated
- 50 Donors
Rescue and provide sanctuary, care, and companionship to abused, neglected, and abandoned horses. Provide humans of all ages the life-enhancing skills and personal growth experiences derived from horsemanship. Sunrise also offers natural horsemanship training, youth education, and many volunteer opportunities. Over 175 horses saved since 2007.
- $2900 Donated
- 27 Donors
Raise awareness and help overcome the stigma of mental health challenges through conversations with middle and high schoolers. Promote help-seeking behaviors. Reduce isolation and increase teens’ coping skills and connections to professional resources. Train and empower teens to help peers who are in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge.
- $1310 Donated
- 35 Donors
We are a unique life-long residential program for adults with developmental, learning, and autism spectrum disabilities. We foster autonomy while building community. Our residential program helps residents achieve their highest level of independence as they practice life, job, and social skills in a safe and loving environment.
- $1680 Donated
- 16 Donors
Extend a lifeline to youth who have experienced trauma, abuse, and/or homelessness by providing financial support and a mentor starting when they are a junior in high school and throughout their undergraduate college career. For all of our youth, education combined with mentoring and guidance is their only way out to find success.
- $2600 Donated
- 33 Donors
Provide solutions to housing issues in powerful ways. We partner with families to provide safe, decent, affordable housing. We assist the elderly and veterans with critical repairs and offer them a chance to stay in their homes. We work alongside survivors of natural disasters and offer hope for a fresh start.
- $2885 Donated
- 26 Donors
Empower families to make positive changes by improving educational skills, becoming engaged in the community, and achieving self-sufficiency. Align services with partners in private, public, and nonprofit sectors to meet clients’ most pressing needs. Since 2005, Puertas Abiertas has provided immigration assistance, mental health wellness education programs, and other social services.
- $2770 Donated
- 30 Donors
Napa’s newest theatre company produces and performs plays that enlighten, move, and delight. These critically acclaimed selections are not likely to be performed elsewhere in the Valley. They’re usually thought-provoking, often hilarious, and always compelling. We make it easy for Napa Valley audiences to experience the excitement of live theater!
- $190 Donated
- 7 Donors
Create smiles by bringing certified therapy pets to Napa’s most deserving residents: children with behavioral and learning challenges, incarcerated teens, seniors in assisted living, patients in skilled nursing facilities. Train volunteers and pets to the highest safety standards. Dogs, cats and mini-horses share their furry love with young and old.
- $2610 Donated
- 53 Donors
Help the animals of Napa County find loving homes and keep them healthy! We assist the Napa County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center with pet adoptions and lifetime care, including medical assistance, promoting volunteer opportunities, and providing community education so families and their pets can stay together.
- $2025 Donated
- 44 Donors
Equip students in Napa County with the skills they need to succeed in college, careers, and their community. To advance our bold mission, we invest in innovative programs that improve graduation rates, boost academic achievement, and give students the skills they need to thrive in today’s workforce.
- $1010 Donated
- 18 Donors
Bring extraordinary touring artists/companies to the Napa Valley just for kids and families and distribute hundreds of free tickets to under-served families. These experiences help fill a missing cultural niche and inspire kids to experience the performing arts in new ways. Magic, theater, dinosaurs, science, storytelling, film, bubbles and more.
- $345 Donated
- 8 Donors
Make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children. Provide critical advocacy and support for children from birth through age 18 in the foster care system. Advocate for the best interests of children and ensure that every child has a safe and permanent home.
- $1820 Donated
- 33 Donors
We offer community programs/services that support humane homes for companion animals and help prevent pet homelessness. We operate a high-quality, low-cost clinic for spay/neuter, vaccination and microchipping services; provide free wellness clinics for Napa’s most vulnerable pets; deliver Humane Education programs in our schools/community; and operate a non-emergency helpline.
- $8980 Donated
- 83 Donors
We are a Family Resource Center in downtown Napa that empowers parents with the education, resources, and support they need to raise children who thrive. Our goal is to help parents manage stressful situations and challenging life events so they can give their children a brighter future.
- $4465 Donated
- 38 Donors
We transform the lives of children, families, seniors, farmworkers, and veterans by building and managing attractive, affordable homes. Our Resident Services program provides classes in citizenship, finance, immigration, healthy cooking, fitness, and arts/crafts. We connect residents to numerous organizations specializing in health care, education, legal, and job training services.
- $4525 Donated
- 29 Donors
Help approximately 2,000 emancipated youth successfully transition out of foster care, group homes, mental health treatment, and probation into independent adulthood. Programs support college and career readiness, housing and independent living skills, health and wellness, and youth leadership and advocacy.
- $2475 Donated
- 40 Donors
We advocate for and educate about important issues, often in partnership with other nonprofits and in coalitions. During election years, we hold nonpartisan bilingual candidate forums and pro/con programs on ballot propositions and measures. Volunteers register and educate voters, including high school/college students and seniors. Making Democracy Work.®
- $2235 Donated
- 21 Donors
Upholding our civil rights is more important than ever. FHNV’s mission is to eliminate housing discrimination and ensure equal housing choices for all residents. We provide education, mediation, and counseling for all housing issues, investigate allegations of housing discrimination, increase fair housing awareness, and build collaborative partnerships in our community.
- $2740 Donated
- 15 Donors
Empower families and caregivers with early learning resources to help the children under their care thrive. Serve as the community childcare link for families and childcare professionals. Strengthen families with access to childcare, school readiness programs, and developmental screenings. Coach women in developing their own childcare businesses.
- $1360 Donated
- 34 Donors
Raise, heal, and return orphaned, sick, or injured wildlife to their natural habitats. NWR is the only organization in Napa County permitted by California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife to rescue, rehabilitate, and release wildlife back into the wild. In 2018, NWR helped 1,200 birds and mammals; our education and outreach programs reached 5,000 people.
- $4425 Donated
- 66 Donors
Lead the effort to design, fund, construct, and maintain a 47-mile family-friendly walking and biking trail from the Vallejo Ferry to Calistoga. When complete, 85% of county residents will live within 10 minutes of the Trail. The NVVTC integrates art, culture, education and health into the trail design and programming.
- $3057 Donated
- 23 Donors
Mend hearts as we bring comfort and joy to the community. Paws for Healing trains teams of friendly dogs and their loving, skilled handlers to visit frail, infirm, or elderly people at healthcare sites. Paws for Reading teams visit students in schools and libraries. These human-canine teams use their love to heal!
- $2419 Donated
- 23 Donors
Equip families struggling to care for their child with special needs with the necessary emotional support, system navigation assistance, skills and tools so that the whole family thrives. Comprehensive services include one-on-one mentorship, parenting education, expert workshops, developmental screenings, monthly support groups, and social and recreational events for families.
- $625 Donated
- 20 Donors
Provide trauma-informed mental health services, including psychosis treatment and day treatment in a school setting, as well as transitional housing for formerly homeless foster youth. We are the only drug and alcohol outpatient treatment for teens in Napa County. We respect the dignity and individuality of each recipient of care.
- $2920 Donated
- 32 Donors
Provide a rich musical education for more than 80 young musicians. Our students receive coaching from professional musicians and exciting and unique opportunities to play original scores of musical greats from Mozart to Gershwin, with a dash of Queen, Brubeck, and Sondheim thrown in for fun. Opportunities to tour abroad.
- $20470 Donated
- 38 Donors
Encourage and empower victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse; give them the strength and hope to lift themselves and their children into a healing and safe environment. Bring respect, understanding, and resources to survivors. Foster kindness and support from the community to help create peaceful homes and healthy neighborhoods.
- $3655 Donated
- 46 Donors
Provide shelter, sanctuary, medical care, loving support, and socialization for homeless, elderly, and special needs animals. Every animal in our unique, no-kill, free-roaming shelter is promised a forever home, whether with us in our sanctuary or through adoption. We also provide assistance for cat owners and feral caretakers.
- $1230 Donated
- 28 Donors
We build community around food. To make shopping at the market affordable for low-income households, we offer the CalFresh Market Match program. Market Match doubles CalFresh (“food stamp”) benefits dollar-for-dollar, doubling low-income shoppers’ budgets to purchase healthy, fresh, sustainably grown produce directly from the farmers.
- $1290 Donated
- 28 Donors
Inspire and educate young and old alike through quarterly book sales, free books for children, arts and crafts projects, storytime, English as a second language help, and guest lectures. Reading should be accessible to everyone. We are also building a memory lab for document scanning, 3D printing and video editing.
- $2620 Donated
- 32 Donors
CANV believes no one should live in poverty. We offer daily emergency assistance along with tools and skills to rebuild lives through our network of programs including the Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, Child Development & Family Program, Quit Smoking and the Samaritan Family Shelter.
- $3035 Donated
- 43 Donors
CanDo connects, inspires and empowers neighbors to take positive action through volunteerism. For instance, we create this Give!Guide to raise funds and awareness for local nonprofits, grow organic produce and collect non-perishable food donations year-round through our green bag project for the Food Bank. You want to help. We make it easy.
- $3580 Donated
- 48 Donors
Help thousands of Napa children, families, adults and seniors receive no-cost or low-cost medical care, counseling, checkups, medication, dental and vision services. Trained staff help vulnerable community members understand and enroll in health insurance and navigate complex health plans so that they can receive the health care they need.
- $1120 Donated
- 18 Donors
Provide specially trained assistance dogs to veterans with PTSD and people with disabilities. One veteran stated, “I’d be in a very bad place in life without my Canine Guardian lifesaver, Liberty!” Our dogs cause life-saving change by helping with physical needs and emotional uplift. They bestow calm, comfort, and devoted love.
- $1570 Donated
- 30 Donors
Support and promote Napa Valley’s vineyard workers through education and professional development. Reach over 3,000 farmworkers and their family members each year, providing top quality educational programs, leadership and management courses, Día de la Familia, summer mentor programs, vocational apprenticeship programs, advanced viticulture seminars, and more.
- $2760 Donated
- 23 Donors
Help make sure that students and teachers have the supplies they need. Reduce out of pocket expenses incurred by teachers who make use of our new, recycled, re-purposed, and re-usable donations to benefit children. Each semester, teachers are able to enhance learning opportunities for their students when they “shop” for classroom supplies free of charge.
- $2875 Donated
- 45 Donors
Provide financial, educational, and volunteer support to Napa’s three state parks: Bale Grist Mill, Bothe State Park, and Robert Louis Stevenson Park. Support includes hiring skilled craftsmen to repair the water wheel at Bale Mill, recruiting volunteers for trail repair, or replanting the Native Garden at the Visitor’s Center.
- $2255 Donated
- 25 Donors
Facing the end of life or caring for a loved one with a serious illness can be stressful, sometimes overwhelming. We aim to ensure that no one faces these challenges alone. We provide compassionate care through our core programs: Hospice and Palliative Care, Grief Counseling, Alzheimer’s Services, and Caregiver Support.
- $4040 Donated
- 42 Donors
Revived by Francis Ford Coppola in 2007, the Band promotes music appreciation/music education in our community. Musicians share their talents with a wide variety of audiences at free concerts throughout the Napa Valley. Our repertoire includes Big Band favorites, Broadway show tunes, classical selections, marches, movie themes, and much more!
- $2090 Donated
- 16 Donors
Help our community care for land, water, soil, and wildlife. Support resiliency of and connections among agriculture, urban living, and wild spaces. Promote cooperation, sound science, and youth engagement as key ways to improve the health and beauty of our watersheds for future generations.
- $1318 Donated
- 25 Donors
Provide seniors, cancer patients, and individuals with disabilities free rides to medical appointments. We fill a critical need in Napa County; transportation has been identified as one of the key issues facing seniors, especially in rural areas. Many of our clients are unable to get to their appointments without us.
- $2960 Donated
- 42 Donors
Bring light to life by connecting volunteers with older adults! We assess, investigate, find, and deliver what is needed to make life better. Growing old in the Napa Valley can be tough; we solve problems that come from loneliness, isolation, poverty, abandonment, and illness.
- $2065 Donated
- 30 Donors
We are dedicated to serving and supporting the foster care community in Napa County. We provide hope through backpacks filled with comfort items, clothing and shoes for kids in care. We also help meet the emotional needs of the resource family through mentoring, support groups, trainings, and respite.
- $2260 Donated
- 18 Donors
Provide access to year-round early childhood education and parent education for underserved families in St. Helena. Scholarships enable 3- and 4-year-old children to attend local preschools before entering kindergarten, fostering their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development and providing an educational foundation and love of learning necessary for future success.
- $3640 Donated
- 37 Donors