Apr 23, 2013

From Los Angeles Times: $1 Million Will Go to Naturalize Immigrants in Napa County

April 23, 2013, 2:18 pm • Lee Romney • SAN FRANCISCO — The Napa Valley Community Foundation on Tuesday announced it would invest $1 million over the next three years to help the county’s legal immigrants become U.S. citizens. The initiative comes a year after the release of a comprehensive analysis […]


Sep 19, 2012

From Napa Valley Register: Mulligan Helps Build Foundation for Community

September 18, 2012 6:12 pm  •  Jennifer Huffman • Terence Mulligan is the president of the Napa Valley Community Foundation, which distributes $2 million to $3 million annually to local charities. Mulligan moved to Napa in 2004 to become president of the Napa Valley Community Foundation. The nonprofit works sort of […]


May 7, 2012

From American Public Media’s Marketplace: Napa Valley Immigrants Pay Their Way

Jeff Tyler discusses the fiscal impact of immigration on Napa County in this interview with Napa Valley Community Foundation President, Terence Mulligan. Kai Ryssdal: It’s not likely immigration policy’s going to be a big national issue in November. Congress and the White House agreed to disagree on that a couple of years ago. Locally, though, it’s much […]


May 4, 2012

From La Opinión: La economía de Napa la mueven los inmigrantes

Por: Pilar Marrero / pilar.marrero@laopinion.com PUBLICADO: MAY, 4, 2012 3:00 El valle de Napa, con sus plantíos de uva, sus grandes fincas y su prestigiosa industria del vino, es un motor económico de California. Pero no tendría la vitalidad que hoy tiene – y el prestigio mundial- si no fuera porque cuenta con […]


Dec 13, 2011

From American Public Media’s Marketplace: In Napa, Civic Leaders Try to Grow a Hispanic Middle Class

Jeff Tyler discusses creating a Latino middle class in Napa County in this interview with Napa Valley Community Foundation President, Terence Mulligan, and other local nonprofit leaders. Kai Ryssdal: A report out here in California last week shows that less than half the families in this state are middle-class anymore. Yes, part of that’s […]


May 26, 2011

From New York Times: Aware of Its Dependence, Napa Takes Care of Migrant Workers

By SCOTT JAMES • A worker trimmed excess branches and leaves from vines. Nearly every drop of Napa County’s world-class wine is produced by migrant labor. This time of year, that means the workers are suckering vines — pulling off, by hand, tiny sprouts that might hinder the growth of […]


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