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Paint the Town Blue is an awareness campaign taking place in Napa throughout the month of April to commemorate Blue Ribbon Month. Businesses are taking a stand to help end child abuse in our community by bringing attention to this important issue. Participating businesses proudly display their Blue Ribbon Business decal while also engaging their customers and employees in the cause. 

 

You can help support child abuse prevention in our community by dining, drinking and shopping at these businesses during the month of April. For special dine & donate or shop & donate opportunities, see the calendar below. 

Participants

Champion

El Pollo Loco

Napa Valley Jewelers

Bloom Salon

Ben & Jerry’s

Napa Valley Coffee Roasting Company

Napa Running Company

Filipi’s Pizza Grotto

Napa Valley Hotel and Suites

Molinari Cafe

Napa Chamber of Commerce

Friend

Small World Overland Sheepskin Co. Napa Fire Dept Three Twins Ice Cream Vermeil Wines Norman Rose Exertec Gym Gustavo Tasting Room The Framery Uptown Theater

Make a Difference and Promote your Business

You have a unique opportunity as a business to make a difference for Napa's children by participating in Paint the Town Blue. This awareness campaign highlights the Napa business community while bringing attention to the important issue of child abuse prevention.

Here's how you can make a difference: 

·         Participate at no cost!

·         Display your commitment with a window decal

·         Share information by distributing a postcard to your customers

·         Spread the word about the campaign through your email list and social media.  

·         If you'd like to have an even greater impact, host a dine and donate (or shop/wine/caffeinate and donate!)

It's that easy! These seemingly small actions will have a HUGE impact by increasing awareness for child abuse prevention and helping keep children safe. 

Want to do more? Learn about more ways you can make a difference as a business, by contacting Ricky Hurtado at rhurtado@copefamilycenter.org or give him a call at 707.252.1123.