11 organizations and individuals named North Bay Gives Award winners


Businesses and individuals who make a difference to others in North Bay are honored by the North Bay Business Journal at its inaugural North Bay GIVES Awards.

The awards recognize a wide variety of organizations and individuals, from organizations working on specific issues, like education or housing, to those who have provided financial support to other groups tackling issues like feed the hungry. This year’s honors include people who have contributed to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities, ensuring that farming remains a sustainable way of life, as well as ensuring that older people have a place to live in our communities.

The recipients will be honored at an awards ceremony to be held virtually on December 15 at 4 p.m. Register for this free event at nbbj.news/gives21.

The Journal will feature these winners in its December 27 issue.

Organization honors

Friedman’s Home Improvement

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects

Arrow Benefits Group

Sonoma clover

Community Resources for Children (CRC)

Kaiser Permanente

North Bay Real Estate Association

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Saint Helena and Calistoga

Individual honors

Paul and Deborah Cleveland, Volunteers and Donors, Becoming Independent

Mary Stompe, Executive Director, PEP Housing

Ryan Klobas, CEO, Napa County Agricultural Office


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