Alma Rosa Winery and Vineyards Continues Philanthropic Partnerships

Peace of Mind Logo

Peace of Mind Logo

Alma Rosa Winery is pleased to announce its fifth annual Peace of Mind—10,000 Steps in the Right Direction fundraiser.

We have raised $745,000 over the past three years for mental health causes with 100% of the proceeds going directly to charity. Depression, anxiety and other mental health struggles have impacted many of our families. If recent events have underscored the importance of mental health to you, we hope you will join our campaign this year.

Join us for a WALK on our stunning, 628-acre estate in north Santa Barbara County on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 9 a.m. Enjoy rare hilltop vistas of the Sta. Rita Hills wine region as you traverse the winery’s ranch from the valley floor through its hillside vineyards and back, approximately 10,000 steps. Splashes of wine will accompany your view at the top vineyard, and you will have the chance to taste Alma Rosa’s wines when you finish the course.

If you would like more information about the event, please be sure to sign up for our mailing list here.


Collage of people walking and enjoying Peace of Mind charity event at Alma Rosa Winery & Vineyards, held each July


About Mental Wellness Center: Since 1947, Mental Wellness Center has been building hope for individuals and families, providing support in recovery and raising awareness of mental health within the Santa Barbara community. This important organization provides mental health education to local students, a residential services program that safely provides a home to more than 100 community members across seven residential sites, and serves individuals and families impacted by mental illness through support groups, employment services, and social connection programs.

About One Mind: One Mind was founded 26 years ago and to date has raised just over $500 million in direct and leveraged funding towards their vision of healthy brains for all. One Mind’s mission is to speed up discoveries in brain health through large-scale, open-science research. They bring together the best minds in neuroscience around a collective goal to more effectively diagnose, prevent and treat brain disease and injury. Guided by an expert Scientific Advisory Board, One Mind supports researchers who are willing to share their data, stay focused on the needs of patients, and place clinical tools and improved therapies before academic achievement and journal publishing recognition.