The ongoing reconstruction of Sonoma and Napa Counties has laid bare key issues still facing our communities two years after the Fall 2017 fires, among them affordable housing, mental health, immigration, economic displacement, and community resiliency. St. Joseph Health Community Partnership Fund, in partnership with the Fund's Sonoma/Napa Fire Advisory Committee and Northern California Grantmakers, invites community leaders engaged in addressing these issues to an afternoon session that explores the region's ongoing recovery and resiliency, especially following the recent Kincade Fire, and shares the most recent regional assessment report (dated October 2019) of community efforts to work together. A printed copy of the Executive Summary will be available for all attendees.
The presentation of findings will be followed by an interactive workshop that invite participants to respond to findings, and explore opportunities to move forward together around critical issues to ensure equitable long-term recovery and resilience.
The event will be followed by a reception from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm.
With 2 mega fires devastating the wine country region in 2 years, we hope you can join us to talk collaboration & resilience.
This event is open to funders, nonprofits, government partners, business leaders, and community leaders.