CanDo’s Napa Valley ​Give!Guide 2021 Application
Application period closes August 13, 2021


To qualify for CanDo’s Napa Valley Give!Guide, you must be a registered 501c3 nonprofit for at least two years by August 13, 2021, serving residents of Napa County for two years or more.

We will hold a second orientation meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, July 14 – this is mandatory for any applicant if:

  1. Your nonprofit has never participated in the Give!Guide before; or
  2. Your nonprofit did not participate in 2020 (even if it participated in previous years); or
  3. Your nonprofit participated prior to 2019, but a new person will be in charge of this project in ’21.

If you would like to attend send an email with the name of your nonprofit, the name(s) and email address(es) of those that would like to attend to


If selected, much of the information you provide in the scored questions will be used directly on the G!G 2021 website. CanDo’s editors may do minor editing but you will receive a proof for approval prior to publication. Choose your words with care and with this audience in mind.


If selected, there is a non­refundable participation fee ranging from $300 – $500 depending on the size of your annual budget. This fee is due by October 13, 2021 by check payable to Napa Valley CanDo. ​


You don’t have to complete this application in one sitting: you can save the form and return later to continue working. Alternatively, you may print the blank application, answer the questions offline, and use that as a reference as you fill out the online form.

But save a copy of your application for your records! Once the application is submitted, you will receive a copy to confirm receipt.

If you have any questions, please contact us at, or call either Nancy (707) 226.7458 or Patricia (707) 853.0057.


Your logo and the image (photo) that will appear on the website must be submitted with this application. For many potential donors, your photo is an essential element of your NPO’s profile on the G!G website. It helps visually educate readers about who you are and your mission.  Avoid images with too many people; one to four is optimal.


Send an original, high-resolution** image. The web photo MUST be in landscape mode (a horizontal rectangle, the shape of a dollar bill), approximately 396 pixels high x 745 pixels wide.


High resolution photos are required for sharp reproduction. There really is a difference between lo- and hi-res. It can determine whether your logo and photo look fuzzy or crystal clear. Pictures should be taken at the highest resolution setting on the camera or phone. The more pixels a picture has, the larger its file size will be. Hi-res images are at least 300 pixels per inch (ppi). The best way to tell if an image is hi-res is to open the picture in an image program and view the file properties. Most computers come with a basic image editing program that will work for this.

CanDo’s Napa Valley Give!Guide Application