The Napa Valley Brewers Association (NNV), located in Napa Valley, announced today that it will donate $8.3 million to provide essential services to the community. This is the Napa Valley Brewers Association's (NNV) commitment to the community as they provide health care and educational resources for children to more than 115,000 Napa County residents.
It has been a challenging year for Napa County with a dramatic increase in health care needs impacted by job losses, homes destroyed by fires or epidemics.
NVV has been investing in 29 nonprofit partners that have been critical to Napa County"s economic recovery, creating a variety of basic needs for the community. The funds injected are quickly distributed to sustain health care and home financing for community residents.
It is in moments like these that communities embody their collective strength. In Napa County, we can see neighbors helping each other, and we are grateful to be able to contribute to this phenomenon. Napa Valley is truly an extraordinary place and we are proud to contribute to the well-being of the people who live and work here. said Linda Reiff, president of Napa Valley Vintners.
Immunization, health care, quality mental health services and children's education are ongoing community concerns that require significant financial investment.
A healthy community needs to start by taking care of its weakest residents, but it doesn't stop there," says Alicia Hardy, CEO of OLE Health. During this time, both patients and our communities need more support, and even the healthiest people need to know they are not alone. The contributions Napa Valley Vintners make to their communities year after year have a real impact on the residents of Napa County.
Over the past 40 years, the Napa Valley Brewers Association (NNV) has invested more than $200 million in the community to provide equal access to health care services and educational resources for children to all residents of Napa County.
The Napa Valley Vintners Association's (NNV) annual community fundraiser makes it all possible. The association will initiate donations through the Healthy Communities Fund, which was established in 1991 as a proactive program to prevent a shortage of funds if the fundraiser did not go ahead. The fundraiser was first cancelled earlier this year due to the epidemic.