Together We Can

In the wake of the most destructive wildfires in California's history, we've gathered the right business, community and environmental leaders to rebuild the North Bay better, safer, greener, and faster.

Mark your calendars!

In partnership with Coffey Strong & AshBritt Environmental, we are very excited to announce the groundbreaking ceremony for the Hopper Walls Project will take place on November 8th at 10am @ the corner of Hopper Ave & Crestview

Community Projects

Our work is driven by the central question: “What do you need and how can we help?” Watch this video to learn more about our efforts to rebuild the North Bay better, safer, greener, and faster.

Advocacy

Rebuild NorthBay Foundation recently traveled to Washington, DC with local leaders and elected officials to advocate for the North Bay region.

Our Mission Statement


Rebuild North Bay Foundation is committed to the long-term rebuilding of our region as a more sustainable and resilient community through Advocacy, Coordination and Economic and Workforce Development.

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Rebuild NorthBay Foundation in the News


Explore the stories below to learn more about Rebuild NorthBay Foundation

Replacing Fire Damaged Wall in Coffey Park is Underway

The replacement of the wall was to have been paid for by several homeowners in Coffey Park. Instead, thanks to Rebuild North Bay, and a donation …

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Fire-damaged walls to be replaced in Coffey Park

Jennifer Gray Thompson, Rebuild NorthBay’s executive director, said the company’s representatives “asked a simple question, which is, ‘If we gave …

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KSRO Morning News RUNDOWN for Thursday, November 8th

8:18am – Coffey Park Wall, Executive Director of Rebuild Northbay Foundation, Jennifer Gray Thompson. 9:05am – PG&E Planning More Voluntary …

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Padecky: Sonoma Raceway president Steve Page a humble hero

“Steve always does the right thing,” said Thompson, executive director of the Rebuild Northbay Foundation, “because it’s the right thing to do.

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‘Patience and frustration’ in Sonoma Valley as as rebuild continues

‘Patience and frustration’ in Sonoma Valley as as rebuild continues …. said Jennifer Grey Thompson, head of the Rebuild North Bay Foundation.

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Rebuilding Sonoma County: Greater Larkfield area marks milestones, new beginnings

Separately, the Rebuild Northbay Foundation and Habitat for Humanity are helping Larkfield Estates and Mark West Estates secure funds for 1 mile of …

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Rise Up Project


Together We Can

Larkfield Estates and Mark West Estates approached Rebuild Northbay Foundation requesting assistance for approximately one mile of common perimeter fencing. Both neighborhoods were decimated in the fires and neither neighborhood has the means to replace the fence. This is an unmet need.