Of the $10 million in grants made at the end of 2019, $3 million was given to nearly 100 nonprofits through the Area Foundation’s annual competitive process.
Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life protagonist of “Hotel Rwanda” who now makes his home in San Antonio, opens DreamWeek.
San Antonio’s eighth annual DreamWeek ideas summit kicks off Friday and runs through Jan. 26 this year with a record 225 activities and events.
*Sponsored* Endeavors Fairweather Family Lodge has served over 250 homeless families in the last 15 years and is looking to expand.
A new documentary by San Antonio filmmaker Ray Santisteban will air on PBS Jan. 27.
Commentary: Decade of the Family, a movement aiming to revive the heart of our city, calls for everyone in San Antonio to make this the best city to raise a family in by 2030.
Commentary: The actions by so many in 2019 reminded me that we live in a special city that values compassion and respecting the common humanity we all share regardless of where we are from.
The holidays, a time for friends and family to come together, can also unfortunately put minors at risk due to underage drinking.
“We are a little bit of a unicorn in the space of food banking,” says San Antonio Food Bank President and CEO Eric Cooper.
San Antonio Chef Michael Sohocki extends his sustainable business practices to include hiring employees who are former Haven for Hope residents.
Oak Hills Church pastor and author Max Lucado doesn’t want to preach about politics – immigration is a spiritual and moral issue, he said.