When immigration became a polarizing issue in other parts of the country, we brought two dozen donors together to fund a nonpartisan study on the economic and fiscal impact of immigration in Napa Valley. We shared the results of our study with nearly 2,000 residents, encouraging civil dialogue based on local data. After these discussions, we raised nearly $1 million from 85 donors to address one of the most important findings in the study: the need for low-cost, legally based naturalization services in our community. Together with our donors, we launched the One Napa Valley Initiative, a campaign to create new citizens and a stronger community.
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