Since 2005, the local foundation has awarded more than 1,000 grants totaling nearly $76 million to organizations working to improve health care and access.
New Hemisfair Conservancy programming includes on-site occupational and physical therapists to help families learn to safely enjoy playground offerings.
The foundation has given more than $75 million to health-related initiatives since 2005.
The program will give first priority to local graduates from six San Antonio school districts: Edgewood, Harlandale, San Antonio, South San, Southside, and Southwest.
To accommodate the increase in autism diagnoses in Bexar County, the Autism Treatment Center of SA has begun construction on a new Learning and Opportunity Center.
Since its inception in 2012, the Spirit of Health award has recognized individuals and organizations that work to improve the overall health in their communities.
The Mayor’s Hurricane Relief Fund was one of dozens of charitable initiatives started locally since Hurricane Harvey blew across the Texas coast.
Giving from San Antonio metro area charitable foundations increased by 32.5% over a five year period.
The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio focuses on improving health in the community by funding and fostering clinical, educational, spiritual, and scientific initiatives.