Foundation

Special Gifts Campaign

The Foundation launched a Special Gifts Campaign in the fall of 2006 to support the campus bond-funded projects.  Naming opportunities are available for donors at all levels. 

Chris McCarthy & Dan TerAvestMeasure N Bond
Napa County voters approved the Measure N Bond of $133.8 million in 2002. The bond provided for major renovations, as well as new construction. It was the first bond approved since the original campus construction.

Former College President Dr. Chris McCarthy & Director of Campus Planning Dan TerAvest show off the 5,000 panel solar field.

Why the bond isn’t paying for all the projectMaterials and construction costs increased 30% over the planned inflation. Additional funding is needed to supplement and enhance the bond-funded projects.

Naming Recognition
Naming opportunities are available for donors at all levels. This is an excellent way to have an organization or individual recognized for their commitment to education, the arts, health care or the environment. A broad range of giving opportunities is available, enabling donors at all levels to participate in this exciting fundraising project. Names may be on buildings, rooms, plaques or tiles.  Click here for the donors.

Forms to complete and return to the NVC Foundation (opens a new window):
Performing Arts Center naming
PAC Vocal Seat naming
PAC tile naming
Visual Arts and Ceramics Building naming
Solar panel names

Gifts
The Foundation accepts cash, checks, money orders, VISA and MasterCard, securities, and real estate. 

Accomplishments from Measure N Bond:
Campus Planning & Construction office established
Environmental Impact Report completed
Facilities Master Plan formulated
Temporary portable classrooms installed
Pool deck replaced
South parking lot expanded and landscaped
Art Building entrance redesigned
Classified Staff Lounge/Board of Trustees meeting room renovated with new furnishing
Upper Valley Campus kitchen and library expanded
Solar panel field with matching funds from Pacific Gas and Electric installed
Tennis courts with lights completed
Gym floor, bleachers and lighting installed
Faculty offices renovated
Criminal Justice Center classrooms renovated
Americans with Disability Act renovations to stairways, water fountains, ramp systems
Way-finding signage designed and installed
Central Heating/Cooling Plant completed
Performing Arts Center opened fall 2010
Life Sciences Building opened fall 2008
McCarthy Library opened spring 2010
North Gym opened fall 2009
Fieldhouse completed
Viticulture & Winery Technology Program Wine Storage Facility completed
Ceramics building opened fall 2009
Remodel of old library into Administrative office and McPherson Building into Student Services Center (In progress)