Napa Valley Community Housing

Napa Valley Community Housing

What They Do:

Transform the lives of seniors, children, families, farmworkers, individuals and veterans by building and managing safe, attractive, affordable homes. Provide classes in citizenship, finance, immigration, healthy cooking, fitness, and arts and crafts. Connect residents to numerous organizations specializing in health care, education, legal and job training services.

During its 41 years in Napa County, Napa Valley Community Housing has built, purchased, or renovated over 900 apartment homes, providing safety and security to tens of thousands of Napa Valley residents.

In 2017, after a rigorous application process, they received national Community of Quality® (COQ) recognition and the COQ INDUSTRY AWARD – one of three recipients in the nation.

Their Home Sharing Program matches home seekers with people who have extra space in their home. As of May 2018, 40 home seekers have found homes in Napa and the program has received 1,289 inquiries, interviewed 228 clients and participated in 98 outreach events.

Other Ways to Help:

  • Advocate for the critical need of affordable housing in Napa.
  • Help residents find jobs
  • Help residents build computer skills
  • Contribute in kind donations (physical/tangible or experiences) to our Golf Tournament’s Silent Auction
  • Tutor high school students in the Homework Club
  • Teach photography for adults
  • Teach/lead dance for children
  • Teach/lead salsa dance class for adults
  • Lead fun activities for kids and youth.
  • Promote Home Sharing program in the community
  • Spread the awareness and good work of NVCH by liking, commenting and sharing our Facebook page

Business Partners:


Bank of Marin and Renteria Vineyard Management will each match the first $500 donated through the Give!Guide campaign.





Maria feels blessed to live in a NVCH home. When she needed help, the community helped her and now she wants to give back. Maria believes: “Todos necesitamos de todos. We need each other."

~ Maria Gonzalez, NVCH resident

  1. Joan Foresman
  2. Robert and Carolyn Passmore
  3. Anonymous
  4. Caroline Templeton
  5. Jane Zastrow
  6. john orr in honor of Kindness
  7. Christina Jennings
  8. James and Suzanne Bronk
  9. Nancy Fireman in honor of hilary zunin and her tireless efforts to help others
  10. Anonymous
  11. allison saether
  12. Anne S. Percelay
  13. Denise Flaherty
  14. Program III Program III T16 Patients in honor of Patients of T16 NSH
  15. Bob Fioretti
  16. Kathleen Boe
  17. Julia Winiarski
  18. allison saether
  19. Andrea Marquardt
  20. Sarah Galczynski
  21. Anonymous
  22. Grania Lindberg
  23. Patricia McCart
  24. Bruna Nieri
  25. John Thorngate
  26. Renteria Vineyard in honor of Matching Funds
  27. Craig and Carol Battuello
  28. Mary & Michael Herzog
  29. Scott and Diane Brown Inc Brown
  30. Jan Wansley in honor of Jackie Schaefer
  31. Loraine Stuart
  32. Jeffrey Richard
  33. Borden Wright in honor of Sally Wright
  34. Anonymous
  35. betty malmgren
  36. Anonymous
  37. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  38. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  39. David and Lana Stanley
  40. Stephanie Turnipseed
  41. Bill Imada in honor of Ms. Anita Howe
  42. Bank of Marin in honor of Matching Funds
  43. Renteria Vineyard Management in honor of Matching Funds
  44. Marilyn Soulsburg
  45. Carol Nelsen
  46. Michele Williams
  47. Wendy Cole
  48. Rita Burris and Charles Slutzkin
  49. Gail Lansinh
  50. Jennnifer Lamb
  51. Donald and Carol Spirlock and Frizzell
  52. Jacqueline Jackson
  53. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
  54. Anonymous
  55. Vicki Green
  56. Anonymous
  57. Anonymous
  58. Linda Methven
  59. Dorothy Hearn
  60. Linda Jesmok
  61. John Lansingh
  62. Anonymous
  63. Kathleen Reynolds
  64. Kathi Metro
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