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Helping Teachers Help Kids

We provide FREE classroom supplies to public school students throughout Napa County so these children can succeed.

And We Need YOUR Help!

You can help by donating money, needed supplies, by volunteering your time, or by attending one of our fundraising events.

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Tin Recycling Project

The Tin Recycling Project is an exciting endeavor. The idea centers on the concept of recycling tin capsules from wine bottles. TRCNB supplies participating wineries collection buckets to recycle the tin from the neck of each wine bottle. We collect the donations on a quarterly basis or earlier as needed and deliver to a local recycling business.

We are thrilled to have Beringer, BV, Etude, Sterling, Provenance, Hewitt and Chateau Sainte Jean along with V. Satuii Winery and Castello di Amorosa join us in our efforts to reduce our carbon imprint by recycling wine bottle tinfoil caps and sleeves.

Thank you for
Helping Teachers Help Kids.

Click here to see a list of all 37 wineries participating in this wonderful project and how you might get involved.

TRCNB
IMPACT

June 2010 - September 2019

  • Teacher Shopping Visits: 3,358
  • Students Served: 38,930
  • Schools Served: 45
  • Average Value per shopping visit: $320-$400
  • In-kind Donated Supplies: $1,163,608

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

A lucky donor who donates to Teacher Resource Center through the Give!Guide on November 22 will receive a $100 gift certificate to Allegria. Recipient will be chosen by random drawing. 

We're excited to have been selected again this year to participate in Napa Valley CanDo's 2019 Give!Guide. Look for us in the catalog delivered in your Marketplace magazine on November 2nd.

Are you a
TEACHER?

Supplies are provided directly to teachers who deliver them to their students.

Want to
VOLUNTEER?

Would you like to be one of the precious volunteers who make it all happen?

Thank You Partners

TRCNB, both grateful and proud to be associated with KINF, thanks them for supporting our students and teachers with much needed classroom supplies. Visit www.KINF.org to learn more.

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