Community Action of Napa Valley

Community Action of Napa Valley

What They Do:

Community Action Napa Valley believes no one should live in poverty and offers daily emergency assistance along with tools and skills to rebuild lives through CANV’s Food Bank network, Meals on Wheels, housing assistance, culinary training, Kids Development & Family Program, and Tobacco Education and Stop Smoking programs. CANV improves lives and increases self-sufficiency for Napa’s most vulnerable neighbors.

From Calistoga to American Canyon, Pope Valley to Carneros and everywhere in between, CANV feeds the hungry, serves the elderly, and reaches out with dignity and respect to local people living in poverty.


Community Action of Napa Valley is a catalyst for change and a first line of defense against poverty in the Napa Valley. This organization has had and continues to have a significant impact on the lives of our low-income neighbors and our nonprofit community.

~ Jose Hurtado, President of the Board of Directors

  1. Sharyn Fuller in honor of the memory of Elanor L. Meyer and Wesley N. Meyer
  2. Greg McGrath
  3. Joan Foresman
  4. Phillip Blake
  5. Jennifer Byram
  6. Anonymous in honor of Rob
  7. Brian & Brenda Hunt
  8. Anonymous
  9. Maryellen Vander Sluis in honor of Matthew Vander Sluis
  10. Susan Tough in honor of Collabria donation In Memory of Dolli Francis
  11. katherine wade
  12. Robert and Donna Holder
  13. Bruce and Carole Heid
  14. Paula Fields
  15. Anonymous
  16. Karen and Kyle Brocker
  17. James and Suzanne Bronk
  18. Patricia Simpson
  19. Anonymous
  20. Anonymous
  21. Stephanie Turnipseed
  22. Anonymous
  23. Anonymous
  24. Betsy Cipriano
  25. Anne Percelay
  26. Melinda Walker
  27. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller
  28. Carol Nelsen
  29. Julia Winiarski
  30. Margaret C Hendricks
  31. Howard and Melinda Speight
  32. Ismail and Candace Akman
  33. Barbie Jamieson
  34. Anonymous
  35. Ellen & Don Wulf
  36. Anonymous
  37. Susan Flagg and Carlo Rocca
  38. Anonymous
  39. Anonymous
  40. Marvin Sakakihara in honor of C. Dianne Anderson, Long time employee and volunteer for Napa Valley Food Bank
  41. Anonymous
  42. Adrienne and Larry Amdahl
  43. Mark Andersen
  44. Anonymous
  45. Howie Broxton
  46. Steve and Janell Bradley
  47. Anna Gregg
  48. Anne Gustin
  49. Linda Price
  50. Harriet Spitz in honor of Marty Spitz
  51. Anonymous
  52. Bonnie Richardson
  53. susan mcgraw
  54. ZD Wines on behalf of Chris Musante
  55. Anonymous
  56. Anonymous
  57. Robert Fioretti
  58. Anonymous in honor of Mrs. Ruth Solomon and Dr. Edward Solomon Sr.
  59. Teresa Reynolds
  60. Anonymous
  61. Harris Nussbaum
  62. Ann Schwartz
  63. Anonymous in honor of In memory of Lawrence R. Barker
  64. Bill and Susie Ashby
  65. Judith Cahill Bravo in honor of Arthur F. Bravo
  66. borden wright
  67. Joann Jex
  68. Anonymous
  69. Pat Hildreth
  70. Roberta Yates in honor of Langley Park Residents
  71. Ruth Barney
  72. Anonymous
  73. Anonymous
  74. Thomas Kennelly
  75. Anonymous
  76. Bruce Ketron and Debra Inman
  77. Anonymous
  78. Markley S. Sutton, Ph.D.
  79. Judy Morhar
  80. Sue Kesler in honor of Fred Kesler
  81. Anonymous
  82. David and Lana Stanley
  83. Anonymous
  84. Paula Brutocao
  85. Joe & Diana Wilcox
  86. Anonymous
  87. Christine Ochs
  88. Colleen May
  89. Penny Pawl
  90. Penny Pawl
  91. Michael Borck
  92. Donna Altes
  93. jacqueline jackson
  94. Anonymous
  95. Il Posto Trattoria in honor of Dine & Donate
  96. Anonymous
  97. Julie Ann Prince
  98. Anonymous
  99. Sam and Joan Fromowitz
  100. Rodger Adams
  101. Jeffrey Scott
  102. Ben Tyler
  103. Vicki Green, Ph.D.
  104. Cathy Adams
  105. John Lansingh
  106. allison saether
  107. Linda Jesmok
  108. Christine Ochs in honor of This donation is to help the Napa Valley Fire Victims
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