Monday, 19. November 2012
The Napa Valley Vintners announced that from the Auction Napa Valley 2012 fundraiser proceeds, $1.14 million will go “for resources, education and services for at-risk families….” The press release notes the importance of early intervention for families in need. Eleven organizations are receiving funds from this current allocation. They include family centers, CASA, Napa Emergency Women’s Services, Healthy Moms & Babies and Children’s Health Initiative.
According to last month’s news the Napa Valley Vintners provided $1.9 million dollars for medical care to Community Clinic Ole, Queen of the Valley Medical Center, and St. Helena Hospital. Over the next four months four more categories will be supported by the NVV.
More than 400 wineries belong to the Napa Valley Vintners organization. “The Napa Valley Vintners is the non-profit trade association responsible for promoting and protecting the Napa Valley appellation as the premier winegrowing region.”
Each year the organization sponsors the Auction Napa Valley. The next auction event takes place June 1, 2013. Registration is available at
In addition to the live auction, people who are unable to attend in person can participate in the auction online. Register now so that you can get the updates about the 2013 charity auction.
Congratulations to the Napa Valley Vintners for helping those in need.