Special Coverage: Community Philanthropy Awards 2016

Community Philanthropy Awards: Bank of America

Volunteers invested 4,200 hours and donate $640,000 to 200 North Bay nonprofits last year.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Bank of Marin

“Giving back to the communities we serve is at the heart of everything we do,” said President Russ Colombo.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Clear Blue Commercial

Petaluma property management firm helped save 2.6 million gallons of water annually and gives 5 percent of profits and employee hours to causes.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Ghilotti Construction

The general engineering contractor last year donated more than $1 million to North Bay charities and nonprofits.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Kaiser Permanente

The Oakland-based health maintenance organization gave $750,000 in grants last year to 32 charities in Sonoma and Marin counties.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Jackson Family Wines

Santa Rosa-based wine company raises $440,000 for Parkinson’s research and Ceres Community Project teen.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Keysight Technologies

Santa Rosa-based high-tech company’s multifaceted initiatives improve education and quality of life.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Moss Adams

The North Bay office of the accounting firm encourages individual and group volunteering and donations.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Nelson

The Sonoma-based staffing company backs a number of arts, youth, women, education and health care community programs.

Community Philanthropy Awards: NorBAR

North Bay Association of Realtors members last year donated heavily to nonprofits and for Valley fire victims.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Petaluma Health Care District

Owner of Petaluma Valley Hospital provides programs for kids, mothers, the shelterless and local schools.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Pisenti & Brinker

The Santa Rosa-based accounting firm is active in leadership in community organizations and has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to local charities.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Redwood Credit Union

The Santa Rosa-based credit union helped raise $2.5 million for victims of the massive Valley fire in Lake County last year.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Dan Smith

Sebastopol entrepreneur and philanthropist leads effort to reopen Sonoma West Medical Center, western Sonoma County’s only hospital.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Russian River Brewing

The Santa Rosa-based maker of the world-renowned Pliny the Elder brew has donated more than a half-million dollars to breast cancer prevention.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Summit State Bank

Santa Rosa-based bank gives 4 percent of profits to nonprofits via donations and volunteer time.

Community Philanthropy Awards: Terra Firma Global Partners

North Bay real estate brokerage last year gave more than $25,000 to 30 local nonprofits and schools.

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