Record Number Sponsor Jubilee
A record number of sponsors have stepped up to support the NorthBay Health Jubilee in 2023, marking a triumphant return of Solano County’s premiere fund-
raising event, according to NorthBay Health Foundation organizers.
More than 45 sponsors have signed up, committing more than $400,000 — another record — and the event is still two months away, noted Paul McGinty, NorthBay Health Foundation President.
It’s encouraging, he noted, for several reasons.
“It’s truly heartening to see how many individuals and businesses are expressing their commitment to NorthBay,” Paul said. “We’ve seen board members, senior leaders, former senior leaders and physicians all rise to the occasion. It just affirms how well we’re perceived in the community, how the community acknowledges the need to expand NorthBay Health’s Heart & Vascular services, and wants to assure NorthBay can continue to provide high quality health care for all. It’s very validating.”
The Foundation team began reaching out to potential sponsors even before the Jubilee date was set to gauge interest in support, Paul noted.
Through phone calls, personal visits and emails, the team learned that not only was there interest in having another Jubilee, but also interest in offering financial support.
These efforts have also been bolstered by several management team members who voluntarily reached out to vendors they work with to see if there was interest in becoming sponsors. That has been incredibly successful, as well.
This year, for the first time, a Title Sponsor opportunity was offered at the $100,000 level and claiming it is Nobell Energy, an energy solutions firm out of Southern California that designs and builds small utility scale solar energy facilities for customers.
Presenting Sponsor, at the $50,000 level, is Al and Patt Shaw, long-time NorthBay supporters who donated $5 million in 2019 to help build the North Wing at NorthBay Medical Center and for whom the Shaw Family Kitchen is named.
At the Platinum Level, for a commitment of $25,000, are Heidi Y. Campini, Elizabeth and Robert Layne, NorthBay Truck Center and Medic Ambulance.
Gold Level sponsors, at $10,000, are Jelly Belly Candy Company, Dennis and Alex Landis, Ventas, Travis Credit Union, Inari Medical and Western Health Advantage.
Community (in-kind) sponsors are Before the Movie, Visit Fairfield, Backroad Vines, Vacaville Magazine and 95.3 KUIC.
Silver sponsors, at $5,000, are 360DTii, Tim and Cinde Roye and Pacific Ace Hardware – Vacaville.
Bronze sponsors, at $2,500, are Mounzer Al Samman, M.D.,;Jean Cox in memory of Bill Cox; the D’Angina Family; Traci Duncan; Bill and Annette Fell; Ferrari Philanthropic Consultants; Insight Investments; Jackson Medical Supply; Seth Kaufman, M.D.; the McGinty Family; Heather Resseger; Scott and Cathy Reynolds; Bill and Karen Seiden; Sheniece Smith; Archie and Nina Humphrey; Konard and Denise Jones; Acord & Fong; Bryan-Braker Funeral Home and Fairmont Memorial Park; Dr. Pete and Kim Zopfi; Dr. Linda and John Anzalone; Drs. Mark and Rachel Villalon, Dave Bast; Pacific Radiation Oncology, Inc.; Mark and Ann Sievers; Jim and Gaylene Andersen; and the Geddis Family.
All sponsors will be honored at the Jubilee Gala, an elegant evening that will include heavy hors d’oeuvres and fine wines; a live auction featuring exotic vacations, sports packages and more; and a performance by The Passing Zone, master jugglers and comedians.
The Gala is set for 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 27. All sponsors also get tickets to the Jubilee, which is the next night, Oct. 28.
Doors open that day at 4 p.m. for VIPs and 5 p.m. for general admission. About 80 food, wine and brew vendors will serve the crowd before all are invited to see The Passing Zone, who will also perform at the Jubilee, beginning at 8 p.m.
Tickets to the Jubilee are still available and are $150 per person.
To learn more about how to become a sponsor, or to buy tickets, go to www.NorthBay.org/Jubilee, or call (707) 646-3133.