Knights Bridge Winery
October 8, 2020 | Community Support | Knights Bridge Winery

Your Support Matters

Your Support Matters

How to Help

In the aftermath of the devasting 2020 wildfire season, many of our guests, members, and long-time customers have asked how to help wine country rebuild. Although all wineries have been impacted to some degree by smoke, the pandemic, and restaurant closures, the below list of small, family-owned wineries have experienced significant fire damage to their vineyards and facilities. Supporting them can be as simple as choosing their wines for your table and sharing with friends and family.

Barnett Vineyards 
Behrens Family Winery 
Bremer Family Winery 
Burgess Cellars 
Cain Vineyard & Winery
Chateau Boswell 
Cornell Vineyards 
Davis Estates 
Dutch Henry Winery 
Fairwinds Estate Winery
Fantesca Estate & Winery
Flying Lady 
Hourglass Winery 
Hunnicutt Wines 
Juslyn Vineyards
Kenefick Ranch 
Paloma Vineyard
Ritchie Creek Vineyard 
Sherwin Family Vineyards 
Spring Mountain Vineyard 
Tofanelli Vineyards 

Where to Give

For those looking for additional ways to help the larger community, the Redwood Credit Union has opened a 2020 fire relief fund to assist fire survivors who lost their homes in Sonoma, Marin, Napa, and Lake counties.
Tax-deductible donations will be distributed through nonprofits or given directly to those in need.
Visit the Redwood Credit Union Community Fund for more information. 

Redwood Empire Food Bank is providing food to displaced Sonoma County residents. The nonprofit accepts donations in two ways: give online, or bring food donations directly to the Redwood Empire Food Bank at 3990 Brickway Blvd., Santa Rosa, on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sonoma Family Meal is also providing food assistance to Glass fire evacuees. You may donate online here.

The California Community Foundation has added the Glass fire to its list of 2020 incidents. The foundation focuses on mid- and long-term recovery efforts. You may donate online here.

The Red Cross is assisting Sonoma County with providing emergency shelter for evacuees.
You may donate online here.


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