Helping the Community Become Its Best
We consider it an honor to support those who selflessly make the world a better place.
Whether donating annually through an in-house giving fund, partnering with our clients to give via an annual matching gift program, donating employee time, or serving on nonprofit boards, we support local organizations because we believe in building our communities.
Below are just a few of the nonprofits we support that help our communities become their best.
|NEWS - Domestic Violence |
and Sexual Abuse Help
Rianda House Senior
Napa NEWS (Napa Emergency Women's Services) is dedicated to providing safety, hope, healing, and empowerment for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
Rianda House supports Napa seniors' health and wellness programs as well as promoting cultural and social activities that encourage mature adults to stay engaged, contributing members of our community.
|Saint Helena Public Schools and GiveBig!||UpValley Family Centers|
|St. Helena Public Schools Endowment Program funds projects through their GiveBig campaign, which supports enhanced curriculum, arts programs, innovative educational opportunities, and more.||The UpValley Family Centers provide guidance, support, and resources in the community, in the home, and for the individual so that everyone can achieve a better life.|
|St. Helena Chamber of Commerce||De La Salle High School (East Bay)|
The St. Helena Chamber of Commerce is an association organized to enhance the local economy and the St. Helena brand for the direct and indirect benefit of its members and the community.
De La Salle High School offers students a diverse and challenging curriculum designed to provide a thorough education rooted in a liberal arts tradition that prepares young people for life and college.
|St. Helena Rotary Club|
St. Helena Rotary is a vibrant and innovative community service organization committed to serving the people of the Greater St. Helena community by solving problems, and helping to identify new opportunities that create a better community.