Our Partners

                                            Napa Valley Community Foundation (NVCF)              

Napa Valley ComNVCFmunity Foundation helps donors transform their passion for giving into greater impact. Now celebrating 20 years of service to Napa Valley, NVCF has served as a bridge between philanthropic families and hard-working nonprofit agencies since 1994, bringing people, ideas and resources together to enhance the quality of life in our community. From American Canyon to Calistoga, NVCF has distributed $30 million in grants since it was founded, and currently serves as the philanthropic partner to 100 individuals, families, nonprofit agencies and corporations in Napa Valley.  Click HERE to visit us. 

**Citizenship Legal Services made possible by a grant from Napa Valley Community Foundation. **

PAPuertas Abiertas
Puertas Abiertas (Open Doors) Community Resource Center works hand in hand with Latinos to inspire and achieve healthy living, self-sufficiency, and opportunities for leadership and community engagement. Click HERE to visit us. 


OTMOn the Move: The Neighborhood Initiative
The Neighborhood Initiative is a place-based effort to shift the academic and professional trajectory of children attending McPherson and Phillips Elementary Schools. School leaders and On The Move staff collaborate to raise academic outcomes from preschool to college and career. School-based family resource centers support family health and wellbeing while promoting parent leadership and learning. Elementary, middle and high school Youth Leadership Academies collaborate with parents and community members to foster an inter-generational pipeline of learning and leadership. This combined focus on academic achievement, parent engagement and youth leadership results in young people who build vibrant communities, secure a path to college, establish educational equity for themselves and their peers, and pursue a future in which all possibilities real and attainable. Click HERE to visit us.

UpValley Family UpValleyCenters (UVFCs)
UVFCs ensure that community members have the resources to create healthy, happy lives for their families, to achieve self-sufficiency, and to develop the skills they need to participate fully in the community. Click HERE to visit us.


InIIBAternational Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) 

IIBA welcomes, educates and serves immigrants, refugees and their families as they join and contribute to the community. With its five offices throughout the Bay Area that provide legal immigration and other services, as well as through its collaborative efforts with local and regional service providers, IIBA effectively serves immigrants and their families.
Click HERE to visit us.

 

 

 

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