Give to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting those affected by the recent fires in Napa County.

Below please find three ways you can make your gift. If you would like information about other giving opportunities, such as gifts of real property or giving through your estate, or have any questions, please contact Adrienne D. Capps, Vice President of Development, at adrienne@napavalleycf.org or (707) 254-9565 ext 23.

1. Make an online donation via credit card

Like thousands of other public charities, we partner with the nonprofit Network for Good to accept credit card donations. To make your gift to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund, please click here or text the word RELIEF to 56512. In response, you will receive a direct link to our secure donation page to make a contribution by credit card.

2. Send us a check

Make checks payable to Napa Valley Community Foundation and mail to our mailing address at 3299 Claremont Way, Suite 2, Napa, California, 94558. Write “Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund” in the memo line.

3. Transfer securities or cash by wire

We accept gifts of publicly traded securities and cash by wire. For your convenience, we’ve prepared a one-page instruction letter that you can send to your bank or investment advisory firm, which will give your financial advisor all the information he or she needs to execute a wire transfer of securities or cash.

Gift instruction letter, securities
Gift instruction letter, cash

Please be sure to name “Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund.” Napa Valley Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity, Federal Tax ID number: 68-0349777.

Thank you

Thank you for believing in our vision for Napa Valley. Together we are strengthening our vibrant, cohesive and connected community so that every person in the Valley has an opportunity to learn, work, contribute, create and prosper.

 
 
 

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