OA Celebrates 20 Years:
A Testament to
On October 2, 2013, Operation Access honored our medical volunteers; our partner hospitals and ambulatory care centers; and the corporations, foundations and individuals who have provided financial support for two decades.
Thanks to this community effort, we have made a difference in the lives of more than 10,000 patients, with the value of donated care exceeding $100 million.
Bernard Tyson, Kaiser Permanente
CEO and keynote speaker reminded us that the work to achieve access to health care continues.
Dava Freed, CEO of Freed Associates, former Board Member, Advisory Committee Member and
tireless advocate for OA received the “Legacy Award” for her work on our behalf.
for a full list of Operation Access community partners and click here
for our 2012 financial supporters.
Photos: Nancy Ericcson
Dutton Goldfield Winery Donating 5%
of all wine sales to OA
October 26 - November 3
The Dutton-Goldfield Winery
, Sebastopol, selected Operation Access as the beneficiary of its first annual charity drive in recognition of the work we do on behalf of Sonoma county agricultural workers.
Stock up on fine wine and use Promotion code DGACCESS at Checkout. Wines can be purchased on-line or at the winery, 3100 Gravenstein Hwy. North in Sebastopol.
OA Supporters will receive complimentary tastings on October 26 & 27
“Careful and intelligent vineyard sourcing and meticulous winemaking have pushed Dutton-Goldfield, in just a few years, into the top ranks of Burgundian style producers in Sonoma”
The Finest Wines of California , Stephen Brook
Are you looking for a new job in the non-profit sector? Do you have a bachelor's degree, a minimum of 3 years experience in grant writing and donor cultivation, and a proven track record of raising money from individual, corporate, and foundation sources? If so consider applying for our Director of Development
position. For a full job description and expected qualifications and experience, click here