Articles by: Julia DeNatale

From Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Earthquake’s fallout still felt

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August 24, 2015

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August 24, 2015 . Derek Moore Theresa Lang was asleep in bed or walking to her kitchen — she can’t recall which — when the South Napa earthquake struck last August and toppled the mobile home Lang shared with her boyfriend, sending the 53-year-old woman sprawling to the floor. Lying […]

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Helping Quake victims: one year later

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August 23, 2015

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  On August 24, 2014, we were deeply shaken by a powerful earthquake. Hundreds of homes and businesses were damaged in the largest seismic event the Bay Area has seen since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, mostly in and around the City of Napa.  More than 250 people were injured; […]

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From KGO ABC 7 News: Donations Help Napa Quake Victims Save Storage Facility

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August 21, 2015

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Friday, August 21, 2015 Michael Finney It’s been nearly a year since the powerful 6.0 earthquake badly damaged part of the Napa area. While many have recovered, hundreds of residents have been living all this time under a threat of even more destruction. Some residents stored their precious belongings at Napa […]

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From KQED Radio: The South Napa Earthquake–One Year Later

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August 21, 2015

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From Napa Valley Register: Letter to the Editor – Clarifying Community Foundation aid plans

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August 11, 2015

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August 11  •  Terence P. Mulligan Thank you very much for your Aug. 7 story about the next phase of grants from the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund, which is managed by my organization and was launched with a $10 million gift from Napa Valley Vintners (“Community Foundation planning […]

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From St. Helena Star: It’s not (just) about the money

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August 3, 2015

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August 03  •  Lisa Toller Sure, every nonprofit needs money to operate. Fundraising is an ongoing, ever-present and sometimes challenging endeavor for nonprofit organizations. And just as important as bringing in the dollars is how well that money is managed in achieving the organization’s mission – a responsibility that the […]

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Supporting Valley Fire Relief Efforts

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June 16, 2015

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The Valley Fire caused widespread devastation and hardship for thousands of victims and evacuees in Lake County. The latest reports indicate that the 76,000-acre blaze is 97 percent contained, and has destroyed 1,280 homes, 27 multi-family structures, 66 commercial properties and 585 other minor structures, such as outbuildings and sheds.  […]

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From Today In The Napa Valley: Interview with Napa Valley Community Foundation President, Terence Mulligan

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May 22, 2015

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May 22, 2015 Napa Valley Community Foundation was featured on Today In The Napa Valley, Napa Chamber Edition. To listen to the full interview with Terence Mulligan, President, please visit the Today In The Napa Valley page.

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From Napa Valley Register: Local citizenship program earns invite from President Obama

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May 8, 2015

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May 08, 2015  •  By Jennifer Huffman Receiving an email a few weeks ago from someone who claimed to be writing from the White House, Napa nonprofit executive Terence Mulligan admitted that at first “I thought it was spam and ignored it.” It was only after the real White House […]

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From Napa Valley Register: Local relief fund continues aiding quake victims

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March 5, 2015

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March 5  •  By Jennifer Huffman No one expects to discover they live on top of an earthquake fault line, but that’s exactly what happened to Napan Tim Whitlock this past summer when his home on Twin Oaks Drive in Browns Valley was severely damaged in the Aug. 24 quake. […]

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