See the 23 North Bay philanthropy awards-winners of 2017

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The North Bay Business Journal has selected 23 honorees for its fourth annual Community Philanthropy Awards underwritten by Exchange Bank.

“One recipient spent a night in the cold to learn about homelessness. Another made a multimillion dollar gift to a community health clinic,” said Business Journal Publisher Brad Bollinger. “Taken together, these 23 recipients contribute significantly to making the region a better place, a more human place, for all residents.”

The recipients will be honored at a luncheon March 31 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel & Spa in Santa Rosa (register: The awardees also will be profiled in a special Business Journal section on March 27.

The honorees are, listed alphabetically:

  • Arrow Benefits Group
  • Bank of Marin
  • Exchange Bank
  • John Jordan Foundation
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Keysight Technologies
  • Mary’s Pizza Shack
  • Moss Adams LLP
  • North Bay Association of Realtors
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Petaluma Health Care District
  • Pisenti & Brinker LLP
  • Redwood Credit Union
  • Soiland Company
  • Sonoma Clean Power
  • Summit State Bank
  • Terra Firma Global Partners
  • Touro University California
  • Trinchero Family Estates
  • W. Bradley Electric, Inc.
  • Wine Road
  • Karissa Kruse, president, Sonoma County Winegrowers
  • Stacey Biagi, director of social media and public relations, Biagi Bros.

John Jordan Foundation invested in Kawana School's sixth-grade science camp.

Sonoma Clean Power is a supporter of The Switch Lab.

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