Nearly 200 guests turned out recently at the Jordan Big Bottle Pardi at The Thompson Hotel’s rooftop in Nashville, co-hosted by Jordan Winery’s owner John Jordan and award-winning country music singer/songwriter/producer Jon Pardi.
Nearly 250 guests stepped out in style in Denver to raise a toast to Jordan Winery’s 50th anniversary and raise funds for Clayton Early Learning. Hosted at the gardens surrounding the Governor’s Residence, the two events made Denver Broncos news headlines as many Broncos—past and present—turned out with professional sports coaches, socialites, stellar chefs, and celebrities to generate more than $120,000 for Clayton Early Learning’s Health & Wellness programs.
This year, we begin an ambitious construction project for an organization whose roots run deeper in the Healdsburg community than Jordan’s 50 years.
John Jordan believes successful small businesses should play an active role in improving the lives of our most vulnerable fellow citizens. A significant portion of the revenue from Jordan Winery funds the John Jordan Foundation.
At Santa Rosa Junior College, our English as a Second Language (ESL) program helps students like Andrea develop the essential language skills that are the foundation for academic and career success. Thanks to the support of the John Jordan Foundation ESL Scholarships, these students are opening doors to higher education and building better lives for their families.
Serving Sonoma County seniors and their families since 1966, Council on Aging provides 19 programs in the areas of social, financial, legal, health and nutrition assistance. This past year Council on Aging delivered 174,000 meals through their Meals on Wheels program in Sonoma County. Thanks to the John Jordan Foundation for providing 3900 of those […]
The services of a Bilingual Parent Outreach & Engagement Coordinator is one that the Healdsburg Unified School District had long been eager to have, given the strong correlation between student achievement and parent engagement. Thanks to the John Jordan Foundation and their generous two-year commitment to launch this position during the 2018-19 School Year both […]
Sonoma Family Meal, a disaster-focused non-profit providing chef-made meals to those in need, announces the creation of the Restaurant Disaster Relief Fund–a new initiative to help restaurants remain open for disaster-relief cooking by providing healthy, chef-made meals to those in desperate need of food. John Jordan, the owner of Jordan Winery, and the John Jordan Foundation have made a $150,000 investment in the fund, and the non-profits are teaming up to begin a matching drive to raise an additional $150,000.
The Mike Hauser Academy convenes students, businesses and teachers, empowering our future workforce to become leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The John Jordan Foundation has invested as a major program sponsor for the last six years.
Support from the John Jordan Foundation has enabled VOICES’ success, evidenced by excellent progress made toward the program’s proposed goals. Following is a summary of those goals and the achieved results.