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Napa Valley CanDo brings together people from all over the Napa Valley who want to help our communities thrive through volunteerism and community action.  

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We couldn't do it without the Gasser Foundation.
Thank you so much for your support in 2014.
  Welcome to Napa Valley CanDo
A vibrant grassroots community service organization!
 
Napa Valley CanDo brings together people from all over the Napa Valley who want to help our communities thrive through volunteerism and community action. We're strong, creative, and growing quickly! We have no dues and no required service hours. We don't even meet on a regular basis as a whole.
 
What do we do? We feature "done-in-a-day" and family-friendly volunteer opportunities. Some of these come at the request of local nonprofits seeking volunteers. Others are generated out of the creative interests of our members. We also spotlight exciting community events.
 
 Click here to see volunteer opportunities listed in this week's eBlast
 
 
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Congratulations to this year's "Fab 40."

These are forty terrific nonprofit organizations serving the people of Napa County. Look for them in CanDo's 2014 Napa Valley Give!Guide.

 
These small, medium and large organizations support the arts, animals, community, education, the environment, health and wellness, seniors and youth. CanDo volunteers will continue to work diligently through the fall, side by side with teams at each of these nonprofits. Together, we'll seek to inspire a community of givers to raise funds during the months of November and December, 2014.

With your generous support in 2013, CanDo's GIve!Guide raised over $106,000.

If you're familiar with these groups, you know what excellent work they do. If they're new to you, CanDo's 2014 Napa Valley Give!Guide will offer an opportunity to "meet your neighbors."

2014 Fab 40 Nonprofits

 

Active 20/30 Club

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay

Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley

Community Action of Napa Valley (CAN-V)

Church Women United of the Napa Valley

Community Resources for Children (CRC)

Connolly Ranch

Cope Family Center

Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind

Family Service of Napa Valley

Foster Kids Fund

Girls on the Run Napa Valley

If Given a Chance

Loving Animals Providing Smiles (LAPS)

Legal Aid of Napa Valley

Moving Forward Towards Independence

Napa Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

Napa County Historical Society

Napa County Resource Conservation District

Napa Humane

Napa Solano Audubon

Napa Valley Adult Education (NVAE)

Napa Valley Community Housing (NVCH)

Napa Valley Education Foundation (NVEF)

Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services (NVHADS)

Napa Valley Youth Symphony

Napa Emergency Women's Services (NEWS)

Napa Valley College - Child Development Center

Puertas Abiertas Community Resource Center

Rianda House Senior Activity Center

Rohlffs Manor

Habitat for Humanity (Solano - Napa)

Sunrise Horse Rescue

Teacher Resource Center of the North Bay (TRCNB)

The Pathway Home

The Table

Up Valley Family Centers

Up Valley Girl Scouts

Vine Village

Wildlife Rescue Center Napa County (WRC)


To go directly to the 2014 Napa Valley Give!Guide website:

 

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Napa City Council

re:  Plastic Bag Ordinance

Tuesday, July 22

 For more information This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

CanDo Spirit Award

Nominations Due

Thursday, July 24

11:59 pm

For more information click here

 

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Production Submission

Forms due by Midnight

Monday, July 28


 

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Napa Valley Give!Guide

Honored with Community Award

 

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More than 200 guests attended ceremonies at Copia to present the 2014 Community Awards. The Napa Chamber of Commerce and Mechanics Bank honored Hilary Zunin and the CanDo Give!Guide Team with an award for "Special Project Recognition" for the innovative project that helped raise over $100,000 in November and December for 40 local nonprofit organizations.

 

"We set out to inspire a community of givers. With a dedicated team of CanDo volunteers, including four member of last year's Leadership Napa Valley class, and a strong collaborative effort on the part of the nonprofits, we did just that," said Zunin.

 

"To work with the extraordinary Give!Guide volunteers was honor enough. To be recognized for our efforts by the Chamber and Mechanics Bank, well that's the proverbial icing on the cake."

 

The Guide's second edition and website will be launched on November 1 this fall. We welcome more volunteers to help make it and even mor stunning success. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. us.

 

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Click here to read

this week's eBlast

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 highlighting current

volunteer opportunities

 

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Increasing charitable donations to local nonprofits

 

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Phasing out single use plastic bags countywide


 

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Cleaning-up our rivers and creeks


 

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CanDo CanGrow

 

 

Pills Getting rid of your old medicines while protecting water quality


 

Hummingbird_with_Scarlet_RunnerWatching for hummingbirds and being a citizen scientist

 

 

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Spreading the word about NVCanDo

 

Choices We Make


Napa Valley CanDo seeks to inspire and facilitate action by alerting interested Valley residents about opportunities for service. If you participate as a volunteer in an activity that you learned about through Napa Valley CanDo, whether initiated by CanDo or another organization, please take personal responsibility for your involvement. Use common sense. Only you can determine whether the activity is a good fit, that is to say compatible with your interests and abilities.