Napa, CA—The Napa County Farm Bureau will be enhancing the focus of its Annual Ag Fundraiser Drive Thru BBQ Pick Up Dinner this Friday, October 2, to assist in benefiting Glass Fire evacuees and their families.
The Farm Bureau’s annual ag fundraiser on October 2 benefits Napa County’s ag youth through the Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation’s youth programming. In conjunction with the Foundation’s fundraiser for Napa County’s ag youth, the Farm Bureau will be placing an emphasis this Friday on also benefiting the Glass Fire evacuees and their families.
“Given the Glass Fire’s impact and the current situation we’re dealing with, ensuring that our community is safe and well taken care of is a top priority”, said Ryan Klobas, Chief Executive Officer of the Napa County Farm Bureau and Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation. “Placing an emphasis on caring for evacuees and their families right now is of paramount importance and we will continue to direct resources to ensure their safety and welfare”.
Residents who are interested in donating to benefit the Glass Fire evacuees and their families can make a direct financial contribution to the Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation at our website. Proceeds for Glass Fire evacuees will go to benefit those individuals and their families who have been displaced by the Glass Fire.
To donate to Glass Fire evacuees and to learn more details about participating in the Foundation’s fundraiser for ag youth, please visit www.napafarmbureau.org/loveoftheland.
Dinner orders must be submitted by tomorrow, Tuesday, at noon.
The Napa County Farm Bureau is the oldest and largest agricultural organization in Napa County representing over 1,000 members.