San Francisco, August 27, 2009 — Crushpad, the world leader in custom winemaking, today announced Fusebox Fundraising – a program that increases revenues for non-profits through the creation of their own, unique wines. Contrasted with generic “private label” wines, Crushpad enables organizations to fully express their creativity in the creation of their wine and packaging using high-end wines that have gone into commercial bottles that sell for up to $75 – all with zero up-front investment, risk or minimum commitment.
On Tuesday, the board of Glass Youth and Family Services in Los Angeles voted to file for bankruptcy protection, unable to overcome falling state reimbursements, rising costs and dwindling donations.
Using a unique financing model, the National Development Council (NDC) is providing groundbreaking support for an innovative solar installation project at the Gasser Foundation's headquarters in Napa Valley, California. The development of the newest tax-credit structure is an initiative that NDC plans to expand to fund solar projects at nonprofit organizations across the country.