Healthcare Foundation

Healthcare Foundation Philanthropy Awards Ceremony

Healthcare Foundation Announces

2018 Philanthropy Reception Award Honorees


HEALDSBURG, CA, November 14, 2018 – Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County is pleased to honor the recipients of the Wetzel Community Leadership Award, the Spirit of Wetzel Award and the Community Health Advocate Award at the annual Healthcare Foundation  Philanthropy Awards Reception on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018.

Our community will come together to recognize philanthropist John Jordan of the John Jordan Foundation and Jordan Wines will receive the 2018 Wetzel Community Leadership Award. The 2018 Spirit of Wetzel Award will be presented to local young professionals and philanthropists Ariel and Tim Kelley. This year’s Community Health Advocate Award honors retired physician Dr. David Anderson.

The reception and awards ceremony will be held at Comstock Winery, beginning at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $85 per person and sponsorships are available. Drinks and small bites will be served.

The Wetzel Community Leadership Award is named for longtime friends of the Healthcare Foundation and generous members of our community, the late Maggie and Harry Wetzel. The memory of the Wetzels lives on through the leadership award honorees who exemplify humanitarian leadership values in action on a daily basis. Their impact on our community is truly beyond measure.


Each of the awardees have provided extraordinary commitment, leadership and philanthropy to the northern Sonoma County area and community.  Plan to attend to show your support for these community leaders and the Healthcare Foundation. Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased at or by contacting the Healthcare Foundation office at 707-473-0583.


About Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County

Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County is the leading proponent for creating healthier region through its three focus areas of grantmaking: health access, mental health and early childhood development. Founded in 2001, the Healthcare Foundation has invested more than $24 million to build a healthier region for all who live, work and play here.

Allie Murillo

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