#GivingTuesday Chats | Week 4: One Mind
Join St. Supéry CEO Emma Swain and hear from extraordinary philanthropic entrepreneurs each Tuesday in November at 4pm PST. Join on zoom or the winery’s social platforms to find out how these leaders address critical issues of homelessness, health, social equity, environment and education. All sessions will be nationally broadcasted as a podcast series.
St. Supéry, a philanthropic leader and estate winery in the Napa Valley, hopes to inspire others with the innovative approach and creative solutions these organizations are deploying across the United States and world. “One day of Giving in November just isn’t enough states winery CEO Emma Swain. “There are people who watch change happen in the world and there are those who lead that change. Meet these Philanthropic Entrepreneurs who are improving the world for generations to come. We hope they inspire you and bring joy to your day”
One Mind (Nov. 23). When Shari and Garen Staglin’s son, Brandon, was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1990, they realized that advancements in scientific research were vital to understanding mental illness – and so they took action. On their Napa Valley vineyard in 1995, they started the Music Festival for Brain Health, an event that to this day brings together wineries, chefs, top-bill musicians and scientists to raise awareness and funding for brain health research.
Staglin Family Vineyard’s SALUS wines donate 100% percent of the sales profits to their non-profit One Mind. Through the Staglins’ vision, efforts and outreach more than $515 million has been raised over the past three decades to support an impressive portfolio of brain health initiatives. One Mind has seeded and accelerated important work in brain science with a steadfast focus on and awareness of the urgency to deliver hope to patients and families touched by brain injury and illness.