Wine Country Strong
Dear Friends, Family, Colleagues & Neighbors,
Thank you so much for your heartfelt wishes, kind notes and positive thoughts for our community after the devastating Napa & Sonoma wildfires. We continue to pray for relief from the fires so that our community can begin to rebuild our gorgeous wine country.
We are so thankful for the courageous firefighters, law enforcement, first responders, and aid crews working to keep us all safe. Words cannot express how grateful we are for all that they are doing. We want to join hands with our community to help heal and rebuild.
Many of you have asked how to help? If you would like to help the victims of the fires, please consider making a donation. Modern Endo of Napa is joining hands with our community in supporting the Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund and the Sonoma County Community Foundation Resilience Fund.
The foundations will be distributing grants from this fund to organizations providing crucial services for those impacted by the fires including, medical care, temporary shelter, meals and counseling. To learn more about what we are doing to help please click “learn more” below.
Thank you again for the concern and prayers for our community. We could not do this without your ongoing love and support.
Wine Country Strong,
Dr. Ryan Tigrett & the Modern Endo of Napa Team
“In response to several major Napa County fires that started burning the night of October 8th and have displaced thousands of area residents thus far, Napa Valley Community Foundation (NVCF) has mobilized its Disaster Relief Fund. In the days ahead, NVCF will be convening decision-makers from the nonprofit sector and local government to assess urgent needs, identify short term gaps and gather information that will inform longer-term recovery efforts.”
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“After the frenzy and chaos of a devastating disaster like this one passes, the long road to recovery and rebuilding begins—and it is here that philanthropy can play a distinct and critical role. With our deep relationships with local nonprofits, government officials, and community leaders, community foundations are often in the best position to hold funds, make grants, and support our communities.”