Resource Links

Napa Fire Complex 2017

Please share these resources to help our community recover together.


We get asked this question quite often.  Here is a succinct response from local Register columnist and attorney Mary Luros. 

“Does our nonprofit need to be a 501(c)(3)?”
Mary Luros
Napa Valley Register
February 18, 2014, presented by the County of Napa Health and Human Services Agency. This is your one-stop source for health services, resources and solutions for yourself, your family and our community. Look up medical and prescription information; create Personal Health Records; research health topics in an online Library; learn about Promising Practices; see how our county health statistics stack up with other counties, and lots more!

CareerPoint North Bay

CareerPoint North Bay, CareerPoint is a network of workforce experts on a mission to provide the highest quality employment and training solutions for the North Bay’s businesses and career seekers. View the calendar of events.

Blue Avocado 
Blue Avocado is a nonprofit online magazine for community nonprofits. We publish every third Tuesday through an HTML newsletter delivered to more than 50,000 subscribers. Thanks to its sponsors and members, Blue Avocado subscriptions are free.

Volunteer Center of Sonoma County

The mission of the Volunteer Center is to promote volunteerism and strengthen community service efforts in Sonoma County.

CalNonprofits (California Association of Nonprofits)

CalNonprofits is a national nonprofit leader, creating sector-wide responses to the serious challenges facing nonprofit organizations. From your back-office operations to frontline programs, from board development to resource development, CalNonprofits has something for all California nonprofits.

Center For Responsible Lending

Our focus is on consumer lending: primarily mortgages, payday loans, credit cards and bank overdrafts. We provide research and technical policy expertise--informed by Self-Help's 30 years' of lending--to help policymakers evaluate consumer protection options and wealth-building opportunities. We work with allies to educate consumers and the media about predatory lending issues, and we also work on selected legal cases to advance consumer protections.


View the revised version of the 2-sided flyer for seniors. One side is just the City of Napa.  The other side covers other county communities. Feel free to reproduce and/or circulate as needed.


Sustainable Napa County is a nonprofit organization bringing together Napa County business, agriculture, nonprofit, and government entities as part of a comprehensive, collaborative campaign for long term environmental, economic, and social sustainability.

We're on a mission to help people get informed about sustainability, and be inspired to do the things they can do to make a difference. Learn ways to save your agency dollars: Services that will benefit nonprofits!  View their PDF info sheet that was recently shared at our Coalition meeting.


Approximately 350,000 Americans die from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) each year — more than lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and AIDS combined. The national SCA survival rate is less than 10%.  This does not have to be the case.

The Queen’s Heart Safe Program, in collaboration with the Via Foundation and several community organizations was developed to help increase the survival rate from sudden cardiac arrest in Napa County. By teaching CPR, providing discounted AEDs, and offering long-term program management solutions for businesses, organizations, and schools throughout the area. The Heart Safe Program will help to make Napa County heart safe place to live, visit, work, learn and play. To learn more about CPR or how to obtain an AED, please visit or call 800-284-0125.