Appellation St. Helena

  • PO Box 967 St. Helena, CA 94574
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As the birthplace of Napa Valley’s commercial wine industry, Appellation St. Helena (ASH) buzzes with innovation, collaboration, and distinction.

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Crush Cancer Napa Valley

Crush Cancer Napa Valley assists local cancer fighters during treatment. With the diagnosis of cancer, life changes and unanticipated costs arise. By providing funds for life’s basic necessities, groceries, utilities, childcare, and transportation, we hope to ease the burden on patients and their caregivers and allow them to focus their energy on the fight. The team, at CRUSH CANCER NAPA VALLEY, is dedicated to helping those battling cancer in their community. Find out why they are so passionate about the organization. Read more here.

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MCE Clean Energy

MCE Clean Energy is a public, not-for-profit electricity provider that gives all PG&E electric customers options for power supply from renewable resources.

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Music in the Vineyards

Music in the Vineyards is a nationally-acclaimed chamber music festival held each August in the Napa Valley. The now four-week festival showcases nearly 40 world-class artists-in-residence from the U.S., Europe, and Canada performing new and classic chamber music repertoire in stunning winery settings.

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Napa Firewise

  • PO Box 440B, St. Helena, CA 94574
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The Napa Firewise Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce the fire fuel load in Napa County and to help our communities be firewise and fire smart through mitigation and education. An ongoing effort, our mitigation programs are achieved through local, state, and federal grants. Our education and outreach programs are through local Fire Safe Councils and community-based awareness programs.

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Napa Valley Masonic Lodge #93

Freemasonry is a fraternity based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place while being devoted to his family, faith, country, and fraternity. St. Helena Lodge (Caymus Lodge) has had the honor of having two of its Past Masters serve as Grand Lodge Officers: George Yount served nine years as Grand Bible Bearer, and Dunsdill B. Carver served as Grand Marshal.  The first 50 years Charter Member was William Baldridge.  He had never served as Master, but for the first ten years of the life of the Lodge, he was the beneficiary of his estate, such as it was.  The second Charter Member to receive a 50-year recognition, though at the time he was a member of Yount Lodge, was Achilles Grigsby, who was the first Tiler of St. Helena Lodge (Caymus at that time).  Two St. Helena (both past Masters) missed, by eleven months of being 75-year members, John H. Stevens and William J. Clayton.

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Napa Valley Museum

Situated mid-valley in the historic town of Yountville, between St. Helena and Napa, the Museum provides unique experiences that enrich the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions and educational programs. At Napa Valley Museum Yountville, explore the connections between our Valley’s environment, culture, history, and creative expression. The Museum houses three galleries dedicated to local history, world-class art exhibitions, and a showcase space for local artists. MUSEUM GALLERY OPEN HOURS: Wednesdays through Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm, closed Monday-Tuesday, and major holidays.

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Oasis by Hoopes

The Hoopes Family brand is the embrace of a family farm, a resort for rescue animals, and the source of delicious Napa Valley wines. At the heart of the multi-generational family business is a grower’s respect for the land, dedication to enriching local biodiversity, and enhancing the vitality of Napa Valley’s farming communities. Located one mile south of the town of Yountville, the newly opened Oasis by Hoopes is a welcome outdoor refuge in Napa Valley. Oasis by Hoopes offers a 90-minute table reservation that grants you access to their private Oasis featuring their Organic gardens, a nonprofit animal sanctuary, and picturesque vines. They do not offer traditional tasting flights, however, you can explore the wines through a mini bottle journey. A $100 per adult minimum may be applied toward retail purchases for onsite or take away enjoyment. The Oasis by Hoopes is family-friendly! Admission for minors ages 2-20 is $20 each. Children and non-drinkers must be included in your total party size for your reservation.

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St. Helena Preschool For All

With the support of local community organizations, foundations, and community members, St. Helena Preschool for All, Inc. (SHPFA), was formed as a non-profit corporation, devoted to giving all children an opportunity to experience preschool and succeed.  Their program continues to reach even more children in the St. Helena community by expanding programs from 4-year olds, to 3 and 4-year old children.  This will allow students two years of preschool experience before Kindergarten,  providing them with the experience and learning foundation necessary for future success.

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St. Helena Public Library Friends & Foundation

  • 1492 Library Lane #1143, St. Helena, CA 94574
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The St. Helena Public Library is a hub of knowledge, culture, and communication and a source of pride for our community. Friends & Foundations raise funds to support this award-winning institution. Here are just a few of the programs and resources that would not be possible without your support:​​ ·     Storytime, summer reading challenge, and early literacy programs that help children develop a lifelong love of reading ·     Educational support and social activities for teens ·     Visual and performing arts exhibits and cultural events for all ages ·     Digital resources ·     The purchase of new books and other materials ·     Staff support for special projects

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Sunrise Horse Rescue

Sunrise Horse Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Calistoga, California. Our mission is to rescue and provide sanctuary for abused and neglected horses in Napa and surrounding counties, as well as educate the public about current issues affecting horse welfare, and provide community members with the unique benefit of equine-assisted learning & therapy. In addition to providing forever homes at our sanctuary, we regularly assist horses and horse owners in need by offering food, temporary shelter, foster homes, permanent placement assistance, veterinary care or consultations, and information regarding horse health, dietary needs, and geriatric care. Sunrise Horse Rescue is a place where people and horses can connect on a deeper level and build relationships based on mutual respect, trust and compassion. Sunrise programs are designed to connect horses with humans in our community, focusing on learning, communication, and nature. Programs include those for people living with dementia and their caregivers, at-risk youth, cancer survivors, personal development, team building and children learning about the natural world. From scouts to senior citizens, everyone gains a sense of healing and hope. The horses have a role again and thrive on the interaction. A bond made with a horse can be magical and often leaves us wondering, “Who’s saving whom?”

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Up Valley Family Center

The UpValley Family Centers operates as a Family Resource Center, which is endorsed by the California Department of Social Services as a best practice for serving families and strengthening communities. UVFC provides guidance, support, and resources in the community, in the home, and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life. Our prevention-focused, community-responsive programs are culturally sensitive and aim to help families and communities build on the strengths they already possess to create a future of opportunity. For more than 20 years, UpValley Family Centers has been the primary trusted resource for people who live and work in northern Napa Valley. Our offices in Calistoga and St. Helena serve as ‘one-stop shops’, offering services for all ages, including early learning, youth mentorship, parent education, immigration assistance, free tax preparation, senior programs, case management, disaster relief, emergency preparedness, and more.

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WINE WOMEN

WINE WOMEN’s mission is to champion the advancement of women’s careers in the wine industry by building strong relationships, essential business skills, and leadership among members.

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