Napa Valley has a CanDo attitude.

Napa Valley CanDo believes in the power of many small actions to make a really big difference. We connect, inspire and empower Napa Valley residents like you by making it easy to stay informed and work together to create a strong, caring, inclusive community.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

— Margaret Mead

You can volunteer for one of our dynamic projects, even for just an hour or two, or help one of the many local organizations we support. Each individual action connects to others. Together, we‘re making our Valley and world better.

2023 AGRICULTURE CROP REPORT

The 2023 Crop Report numbers are in, and the total value of Napa County's agriculture production now exceeds $1.2 billion dollars – a 35.1 percent increase from the previous year. 

Congratulations to Evelyn Sosa, an 8th-grade student at Pope Valley Elementary, for winning the Agriculture Crop Report Cover Art Contest with "Poppy Field."

To read the 2023 Agriculture Crop Report in full - Click here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/258/Crop-Reports

Thanks to Belia Ramos for sharing this report.
It’s Napa Valley CanDo’s 10th year of addressing food insecurity! Read our latest newsletter: https://conta.cc/454G5WZ

Within the past 10 years, CanDo volunteers have donated 473, 350 pounds of both fresh and non perishable food to the Good Bank. In addition, in ten years, our generous Food Project donors have sent cash donations in the amount of $98,139. We couldn’t have done it without all of you, and we hope to continue for many more years!

Over the course of the next few weeks we will be re-introducing you to our four projects that aim to combat food insecurity within the community, while sharing how they each started. Celebrate this accomplishment with us by volunteering, donating, or even just learning a bit more about how food insecurity affects Napa and the many ways to fight it!

Get inspired to take action.

Share Food and Reduce Hunger

No one should go hungry! Powerful CanDo projects help fight food insecurity in Napa County.

Support Local Nonprofits

CanDo helps raise awareness and funds, increases volunteerism, and recognizes exceptional work.

Advocate for Our Community

The more we know, the more we grow. CanDo’s projects and events challenge us all to do better.

 

The CanDo Connection

Our e-Newsletter

Published twice per month, the CanDo Connection informs our members and interested volunteers about ways to take action. It’s the thread that weaves us all together with done-in-a day or ongoing volunteer opportunities, community events, family-friendly news, and dynamic projects created by CanDo members.

List Your Event in the CanDo Connection

We are happy to help get your message about volunteering opportunities or non-profit events out to the community.

Read Our Latest Newsletter

Missed a CanDo Connection Email?

Visit our CanDo Connection page to see the last 10 archived newsletters.

CanDo is a one-stop shop for those who want to get involved, but don’t know where to begin.

— Angela, CanDo Member

Learn more about where we came from.