Demolition on the Bright Shawl, owned by the Junior League of San Antonio, began in late October after the women’s charitable organization sold to a Dallas developer.
More than 4,000 volunteers got to work preparing a quarter of a million meals for the 37th annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner this coming Thursday.
Two dozen volunteers are fasting, consuming only bread and water (and coffee) until $40,000 is raised.
The San Antonio Area Foundation created the inaugural capital grants process to honor the late John L. Santikos with naming rights opportunities from nonprofits doing work that aligns with Santikos’ areas of interest.
The path that led a San Antonio bank president to a new job running one of the country's most comprehensive homeless shelters and transformation programs is easy to understand for those who know Kenny Wilson and why he was the unanimous choice of the Haven for Hope board of directors to become the organization's president and CEO in April 2016.
More than 20 accomplished Texas chefs are stepping up to the plate to host a brunch on Sunday, July 31 to benefit local Mexican Chef Ana Martinez, who was recently involved in a serious car accident and faces a long recovery.
Well-known San Antonio institutions Seton Home and St.
More than 1,600 H-E-B employees, vendors, suppliers, and company partners volunteered their time and muscles Thursday morning to help out local organizations and neighborhoods throughout the city as a part of the annual H-E-B Tournament of Champions event.
Dan Gillett, president and CEO of the the online fundraising platform Kimbia, will donate three months of his salary to various nonprofits and the company will return a portion of its processing fees to thousands of organizations that were unable to collect donations through the platform during at least 40 different citywide Give Local America fundraising drives, due to a technical malfunction on Tuesday.
San Antonio is blessed with many nonprofits which leverage an individual’s philanthropic efforts by supporting the needs of our community in ways we could never do as individuals.