(1 of ) Arrow Benefits Group employees at Bocce Ball-a-Palooza event. The company has been a sponsor for several years.
(2 of ) Bank of Marin Relationship Officer Carrie Lee spends time with some of the young residents of Gilead House, a home for families in need in Novato. (Photo/Bank of Marin)
(3 of ) Stacey Biagi, with Biagi Bros., at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society award presentation where she was honored as ìWoman of the Yearî for her work in raising $132,724 to aid cancer research and services for blood cancer patients. (Biagi Bros.)
(4 of ) Some of the many Exchange Bank employees at Santa Rosa Main office who supported the American Heart Association Go Red Day in 2016. (Photo/Exchange Bank)
(5 of ) John Jordan Foundation Executive Director Lisa Wittke Schaffner with three youngsters at the North Bay Childrenís Center McDowell location in Petaluma. JJF has invested $80,000 in NBCC to expand school readiness programs. (Photo/John Jordan Foundation)
(6 of ) One of the hundreds of Kaiser Permanente physicians, nurses, and staff who came out to support the American Heart Association at the annual Heart Walk. (Photo/Kaiser Permanente)
(7 of ) Keysight employees Sarah Sitz and Forrest Kellert speak with visitors at the company's thermal imager demonstration booth at the 2016 North Bay Science Discovery Day. (Keysight Technologies)
(8 of ) Karissa Kruse, president of the Sonoma Winegrowers, displays her sleeping bag used during One Cold Night spent sleeping outdoors covered with logos from the firms, sewn by D. K. Embroidery, who contributed to the Social Advocates for Youth fundraising campaign. She was honored for her ability to network with more than a dozen donors to help raise $180,000 along with other contributors. (Social Advocates for Youth)
(9 of ) Marys Pizza Shack employees stuff bags of fruit for the homeless and those in need at the Redwood Empire Food Bank.
(10 of ) Some 20 Moss Adams employees invested two hours in sorting and stacking food at the Redwood Empire Food Bank on Helping Hands Day.
(11 of ) NorBARs Mendocino County Chapter donated $3,500 to the Humane Society of Inland Mendocino for the Pumpkins Second Chance Fund -- one of many nonprofits funded by its 3,200 members in 10 chapters.
(12 of ) Daniel Sanchez, senior engineering technician for Applied Technology Services with PG&E, discusses PG&Eís use of technology with visitors to the Bay Area Discovery Museum on STEM SuperHeroes day. (Photo/PG&E)
(13 of ) Panelists from the CHIPA-hosted screening of Paper Tigers (from left) include Brian Farragher, executive director of the Hanna Boys Center; Deborah Dalton, executive director of Mentor Me; Allison Murphy, co-founder and clinician of Mothers Care; Dave Rose, Petaluma City Schools assistant superintendent, and Ramona Faith, CEO of PHCD.
(14 of ) Members of the business community connect with nonprofit organizations at the Pisenti & Brinker co-sponsored Many Voices, Many Choices event in Petaluma last fall. (Photo/Pisenti & Brinker)
(15 of ) RCU VP Judy Sepik and RCU Supervisory Committee Member Steve Sharpe were among the team of more than 20 RCU volunteers at Harvest for the Hungry Garden that supplies local shelters and food banks with fresh produce, herbs and flowers.
(16 of ) Social Advocates for Youth Executive Director Katrina Thermond (left), SAY Chief Development Officer Ashley Fehrmann and Soiland Company President and CEO Mark Soiland in front of two mini-vans donated by Soiland Company for SAYís Youth Street Outreach Team at the Dr. James E. Coffee House Teen Shelter in Santa Rosa. (Gary Quackenbush/for the North Bay Business Journal)
(17 of ) Students at Analy High School in Sebastopol assembled this street-legal electric vehicle from a SWITCH-EV Lab Kit provided by Sonoma Clean Power, giving students an opportunity to apply STEM coursework in a real world application. (Photo/Sonoma Clean Power)
(18 of ) Summit State Bank presented the St. Vincent de Paul Society with its nonprofit partner donation to support their great work in helping those in need. Jack Tibbetts, Vice Mayor of Santa Rosa and St. Vincent de Paul Societyís Executive Director is at far right. (Photo/Summit State Bank)
(19 of ) Terra Firma Global Partners employees (from left) Tara Conrow, Robin Bianchini, Betz Tyler (back), Lauren Thompson, and Sandie Schach at a Funky Fridays @ the Hood concert benefitting the Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation. The 2016 concert series raised $50,000 for the Parks Foundation projects. TFGP has signed up as a "Series Sponsor" for the 2017 summer concert series. (Photo/Terra Firma Global Partners)
(20 of ) Student Pharmacist Linda Ly takes a blood pressure reading during the Student Run Free Clinic at Touro University California.
(21 of ) Trinchero Family Estates employees in front of the OLE Health Center, a facility supported by TFE providing improved health access. The company contributed $2 million to help build the new center that also serves over 140 TFE employees.
(22 of ) W. Bradley Electric employees Bob Sottosanti and Liz Hartmann helped clean up and create a garden for Homeward Bound of Marin, the primary provider of shelters and services for homeless families and individuals in Marin County. (Photo/W. Bradley Electric)
(23 of ) Wine Road of Northern Sonoma County donated $20,000 to Worth Our Weight, an apprenticeship program for young people 16 to 24 years of age who have faced major challenges in their lives. WOW apprentices acquire marketable skills in food preparation, professional level cooking, catering and small business management. (Photo/Wine Road)