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Contribute your talent, time, supplies, and generosity to Share the Care Napa Valley! Our programs rely on compassionate volunteers to support our staff and clients.

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Each and every donation dollar helps us serve older adults in Napa Valley.


Positively impact the life of an older adult by sharing your time and talents!

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Our Donation Center

Our donation center accepts gently used medical equipment and unopened home health supplies that would otherwise end up in landfill. Equipment and supplies are then redistributed to community members at no cost. Call ahead to verify which donations are in demand and being accepted.


707.492.3198 • Click here for more information

Open Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm

162 South Coombs Street, Napa CA 94559

(next to Young's Automotive)


Volunteer Opportunities

Donation Center

Accept, sort, and organize donations, clean equipment and breakdown boxes, make deliveries and pickups, repair minor medical equipment issues, and assist clients navigating the center.

Organizational Support

We are always looking for dedicated, caring volunteers to provide administrative support, help with special events, fundraising, and community outreach as well as assistance calling clients on the waitlist.

Declutter / Cleanout Service

Provide hands-on assistance in a senior’s home sorting, organizing, boxing, and disposing of unwanted or excess household items in a cluttered home to create a healthy living environment.

           To get started, click the button below, complete our Volunteer Application Form,                      and return to us:

We LOVE our Volunteers!

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Ready to Share the Care? Print out and complete our Volunteer Interest Form, and return to us to get started.

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By making a monetary donation, you too can Share the Care.


I like the idea of coming into contact with clients at a difficult time in their lives. For example, a relative’s level of care has changed, they have experienced the death of a relative or they are anticipating a surgery for themselves or a family member. The interaction may be brief but it is an opportunity to be helpful and supportive.
Marsha E.
From my perspective, our communities only function well when those who have, help those who don't. Empathy and service for others is what makes a society civil and I want to do my part in keeping our society civil by helping to provide resources for those less fortunate than myself. Share the Care offers resources to anyone who needs them, and I want to help the organization be successful in that mission.
Rich L.

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In accordance with federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), religious creed, disability, age, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.