Compass gives $65,000 to Wine Country nonprofits
Already hard hit by the COVID pandemic, nonprofits across Napa and Sonoma Counties are facing greater demand than ever to support their communities dealing with the devastation of this year’s Northern California wildfires. With deep gratitude, Compass real estate professionals have teamed up to respond, donating $65,000 to 17 Wine Country nonprofit organizations.
“These are our neighbors and friends who are suffering from these overwhelming losses due to the fires,” says Mark A. McLaughlin, President of Compass California. “We need to be there to help in every way we can, especially through this year’s holiday season.”
These agencies provide a range of services for Wine Country residents including mental health treatment for children badly impacted by the fires, food banks, animal shelters, and volunteer fire departments.
The agencies receiving funds from the Compass team’s donations include:
Cappell Valley Volunteer Fire Department
Cloverdale Citrus Fair
Deer Park Volunteer Fire Department
First Responders Resiliency
Geyserville Volunteer Firefighter Association
Napa Community Animal Response Team
North Bay Animal Services
Petaluma People Services
Redwood Empire Food Bank
Sonoma County Resiliency Fund
Boys and Girls Club of St. Helena & Calistoga
UpValley Family Center
Wildfire Mental Health Fund
Youth Voices for Mental Health
The community organizations receiving this funding were selected by the real estate professionals, employees and leadership from Compass who live in and serve their clients in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys.
Thank you, Sonoma and Napa community service organizations. For your wild fire relief efforts, and your resiliency and love of community. We stand with you.