A Virtual Walk through Fire

Napa Humane’s ninth annual Walk for Animals fundraiser shifted to a virtual program this year because of the pandemic. This change turned out to be a blessing in disguise, since the weekend our event was supposed to take place, Napa County experienced a triple-digit heat wave, record-breaking lightning strikes, and massive wildfires and evacuations! OurKeep Reading

Art with Heart to Lift Your Spirits

Napa Humane launched our first-ever pet portrait fundraiser last month, to help put idle hands to work and lift everyone’s spirits for a great cause! For one week only, any donation to Napa Humane of $20 or more commissioned an original portrait of the donor’s pet, courtesy of a cadre of 54 volunteer artists ofKeep Reading

Art with Heart: A New Way to Love the Animals!

All of us at Napa Humane hope you’re staying healthy and safe in these challenging times. Our Clinic remains closed to the public (following the recommendations of veterinary experts), and our staff is working from home as best we can to find creative new ways of supporting local animals in need. Our newest initiative isKeep Reading

Young Philanthropist Gives Hope

As part of his 8th Grade International Baccalaureate Community Project for Harvest Middle School, Gabe wanted to make a difference for companion animals in our community. He started a donation drive to collect new and gently used items for pet owners in need. Gabe’s efforts brought in food, toys, treats, leashes, and collars for NapaKeep Reading

Bow-Wowing with Gratitude for Pet Food Express

Pet Food Express opened its doors at Bel Aire Plaza in 2006, and has been an amazing supporter of Napa Humane since day one. They partner with local animal welfare organizations to find creative ways of raising money and supplying our programs with the things we need most. Their latest Giving Tree campaign helped secureKeep Reading

A Local Family’s Generosity Makes It Possible

The only reason Napa Humane is able to provide spay/neuter surgeries at less than cost is because of private donations and grants. A generous recent grant from The David and Jane Gotelli Family Fund and Napa Valley Community Foundation enabled us to add four “Caturdays” of urgent weekend spay/neuter surgeries to help combat kitten seasonKeep Reading

Give!Guide Triple Match Challenge Starts Today!

Calling all Napa Humane supporters! Thanks to the incredible generosity of Brian and Nancy Malk, we have a $12,000 2-for-1 match challenge on donations made to us through the Give!Guide! So every $1 will be matched with $2 by the Malks. That means your $10 donation turns into $30 for Napa Humane, $20 into $60,Keep Reading

Best. Voicemail. Ever.

Categories: Fundraising, Volunteer

From Napa Humane’s Executive Director Wendi Piscia I walked into work one morning and saw an unexpected voicemail blinking.  “I wanted to let you know that the Board and I are very lucky to have received bequest money from Susan Wren, and a portion of it is to be distributed to our partners in animalKeep Reading

Walk for Animals 2019

This year’s Walk for Animals was an absolute blast! If a picture’s worth a thousand words, this video really tells the whole tale – fun vibes, pet tricks and all.  Here’s one more giant thank you to all of our sponsors, fundraisers, volunteers, and Walkers – we couldn’t do it without you! We are incrediblyKeep Reading

Eighth Annual Walk For Animals August 4, 2019

Summer’s here, which means Walk For Animals is just around the corner! This awesomely fun, family-friendly community event brings together animal lovers and their pets for a fantastic cause – supporting Napa Humane’s services and programs! Walk participants (and their pooches) meet at the Oxbow Commons at 7:30 a.m. for a fun-filled walk along theKeep Reading

Welcome to Our Blog

Napa Humane’s mission is to promote the welfare of companion animals through protection, advocacy, education, and by example.