Special thanks to all of those who have given to our organization. Here are some of the generous individuals and businesses who have helped support us throughout the years. We appreciate your ongoing support!
Jim & Susan Burke – Annual State Park Pass
Betty Anne Carr
James and Mary Lou O’Donnell
Stuart and Brenda Overby
We would like to make a special thank you to Steve Elliott (logo development) and Todd Williams (website development) who both generously donated countless hours, days and months of their time to assist us in these endeavors.
Aaction Rents, Dutton location www.aactionrents.com Ron and Ignacio from the Dutton store have been very generous in giving us significant discounts on large tool rentals (2011 – large rototiller, 2013 – two man auger) that have been invaluable in helping us complete our Day of Caring projects.
Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa http://www.santarosacatholic.org/ The Santa Rosa Diocese was the original landlord of Mark J. Hurley House, which was named after their bishop that was very supportive of our program. In 2003 they worked with us so that we could purchase the home as our own.
City of Santa Rosa, Housing Authority http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us The housing authority has provided several loans throughout the years which helped us make the initial purchase of Hurley House and has assisted with the costs of major home improvement projects at both Benton House and Hurley House.
Costco (Santa Rosa store) www.costco.com for choosing C.P.A. as their donor organization for their 2012 Holiday Fundraiser
Esteam Carpet & Upholstery Care www.esteamcarpetcleaning.com for their continued support by donating carpet cleaning each year to our houses. Bryan and James then go the extra mile and gather donations of sheets, bedding, towels and gas cards in addition to making our houses shine!
Exchange Bank www.exchangebank.com for providing all our banking needs and supporting us in the Human Race 2012.
Friedman’s Home Improvement www.friedmanshome.com for providing us with discounts on supplies for 2013 Day of Caring
Home Depot www.homedepot.com Their great staff and supportive management helped provide over $200 in savings on paint and supplies for the 2013 Day of Caring projects.
Lowe’s www.lowes.com/ Our go-to place to purchase appliances, their 4 year warranty is second to none! They also provided us with a great deal on supplies for our fencing materials for the Day of Caring project at Hurley House in 2013.
McNeil Landscaping & Construction www.mcneilscapes.com/ For providing landscape planning and construction at Hurley House in 2003. For providing landscape planning and construction at Hurley House in 2003.
Peet’s Coffee (Mendocino location) www.peets.com/ For choosing CPA to be their donor organization for their holiday fundraiser in 2012. Through Peet’s holiday fundraiser we raised over $2,500, including $1000 worth of matching funds from Peet’s Coffee!
Riviera Ristorante www.rivieraristorante.net for supporting us through Human Race Restaurant week in 2012 & 2013.
Sequoia Landscape Materials www.sequoiascape.com for giving us a great deal on landscape supplies for Day of Caring projects in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
SRJC CS50.31 Business of Web Development Class www.santarosa.edu for creating our website! Within this capstone course to the web development and film production tracks, students work in roles within teams to develop a Web project for a local nonprofit organization.
Staples (Santa Rosa store) www.staples.com for donating 100 color copies of our new brochure in 2011 and staff training materials in 2013.
The Ratto Group, Santa Rosa Recycling www.unicycler.com for donating a 20 yard debris bin for both the 2012 & 2013 Day of Caring events
Whole Foods, Coddingtown location www.wholefoodsmarket.com for generously donating an entire Thanksgiving dinner (enough to feed 12 people) to Benton House for Thanksgiving 2013!
Redwood Empire Food Bank www.refb.org In the 2012-2013 fiscal year C.P.A. purchased almost 14,000lbs of food from REFB. While this accounts for almost 75% of the food poundage we purchased this year, it only accounts for 15% of our food budget cost because REFB is able to provide food at such a reasonable price for the many organizations it serves. This saves us over $10,000/year in food costs. With no budget increases in the last 15 years from the State of California, REFB is one of the main reasons we are still able to keep our doors open despite drastic cuts.
Santa Rosa Tool Library www.borrowtools.org for lending us the tools we needed to complete our Day of Caring projects in 2011-2013.
United Way of the Wine Country www.unitedwaywinecountry.org United Way of the Wine Country provides us the opportunity each year to participate in the Day of Caring which has helped us keep our homes looking like new in tough times.
Companies we recommend:
Carlton Homes http://www.carltonhomesenergy.com
Esteam Carpet & Upholstery Care www.esteamcarpetcleaning.com
FiveStar Flooring www.flooringsantarosa.com
Greg Fremault – Handy 2 Know - Sewer & Drain cleaning, plumbing repairs, phone: 707-393-1959
Summit Tree Care www.summittreecare.com
California Programs for the Autistic, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization tax id #94-2434942. All donations are tax deductible.