We support a stronger, healthier community.
For more than 40 years, Napa Valley Vintners has invested deeply in the Napa Valley Community. Through our fundraising endeavors we have been able to invest more than $225 million in the health and well-being of our community with capital investments and support of local nonprofit organizations.
Our history of fundraising for the good of the community began with the founding of Auction Napa Valley in 1981. In 2020, Auction Napa Valley came to an end to make way for an innovative new philanthropy program called Collective Napa Valley. Through this new endeavor, NVV will continue to use the world-class reputation of Napa Valley wines to enhance the well-being of our community.
Thanks to the generosity of our member wineries, supporters from around the world, strategic partners who help underwrite costs and the dedicated community volunteers, we are able to take care of our community.
Our goal is to invest deeply, rather than broadly, in the areas of community health and children’s education to create a positive impact on our community. Our nonprofit partners serve more than 115,000 Napa County clients annually, from American Canyon to Calistoga. Their programs are as varied as adult day services for those suffering from Alzheimer's disease, to those that use the latest technology to prepare English language learners for kindergarten.
Get to know some of the people, organizations and initiatives we support through Auction Napa Valley.
Improving and advancing cross-agency cooperation.
Meet some of the 115,000 clients of local nonprofits helped last year.
Striving to ensure every Napa County child enters kindergarten ready to learn.
More than two dozen Napa County organizations working to make a difference.