About the V Foundation Wine Celebration Grants
ALL-STARS OF CANCER RESEARCH
All proceeds from The V Foundation Wine Celebration are distributed in the form of grants to promising cancer research and cancer awareness programs in California and throughout the nation. The V Foundation Wine Celebration is committed to ensuring that a significant portion of the funds raised benefit cancer research and awareness locally in the Bay Area and the Napa Valley. Grants from past V Foundation Wine Celebrations have benefited research at Queen of the Valley Hospital in Napa, St. Helena Hospital, UCSF Medical Center, UC Davis School of Medicine and Stanford Medical Center.
The V Foundation is fortunate to have a Scientific Advisory Board, populated by some of the absolute best physicians and scientists in the cancer research field, who are responsible for evaluating and selecting research projects to receive funding by The V Foundation.
Each year, The V Foundation Wine Celebration hosts a Cancer Research Symposium, where world-class reseachers present cutting-edge information to the general public. Many of the researchers who have been awarded grants in years past return to share their valuable findings. A Q & A session allows attendees to have their questions answered by the panelists.
To learn more about this amazing group, visit the V Foundation.
100% of direct cash
donations are awarded
directly to cancer
research and related
$5.2 Million Raised for Cancer Research, Including $2 Million for Prostate Cancer Research at 18th Annual V Foundation Wine Celebration
NAPA VALLEY, CA, AUGUST 9, 2016 – The V Foundation for Cancer Research’s annual fundraiser, the V Wine Celebration, garnered
The V Foundation Wine Celebration and The JG Black Book Collection
We are thrilled to welcome a new partner this year at The V Foundation Wine Celebration. The JG Black Book
Pearls of Hope Raffle
The V Foundation Wine Celebration is conducting a raffle for a Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry 18K White Gold Diamond Bracelet
August 26, 2016
August 25, 2016