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South Napa Earthquake Recovery

The devastating South Napa earthquake on August 24, 2014 damaged homes, businesses, churches, schools, and public infrastructure. Life changed dramatically in just a few seconds. For some… recovery will take months and perhaps even years. But… with neighbors helping neighbors, recovery can be found by everyone in our communities.

The Napa Earthquake Recovery Group (eNERGy) has been organized to meet the long-term recovery needs resulting from the South Napa earthquake for those who reside in Napa County. This non-profit, temporary coalition will provide coordinated management of long-term recovery to Napa County residents by providing additional long-term assistance to individuals affected by the disaster and who do not have adequate personal resources for basic needs as a result of the disaster.

CVNL Volunteer Napa is working as an active partner in this effort and so can you. Please participate by joining the volunteer effort. See the postings from the Napa Earthquake Recovery Group on our Opportunities Page.

Volunteering in our community

Our programs use volunteers to help with some of the Valley's most important work. Our volunteers and donors, people like you, are the backbone of our organization.

Our Recruitment and Referral program provides a single point of contact to mobilize Napa Valley's community members, local businesses, and non-profits in both good times and in times of disaster. Fill out an application and tell us what you want to do: Volunteer for Special Events, Work with Children, Assist with Disasters, Do Home Repairs, Work with Seniors, Work with Animals... We work with all of Napa Valley's not-for-profit agencies and organizations. We can help you find that Volunteer Opportunity that is right for you.

     

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