A new nonprofit, ConnectSA, is intended to advocate for mass transit planning and solutions in the San Antonio region, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Tuesday.
For some San Antonio nonprofits, the cost of providing services surpassed the funds they brought in last year.
As nearly anyone with an email address knows, Thursday is the fifth annual The Big Give SA, during which nonprofits across the San Antonio landscape spend 24 intense hours enlisting support.
San Antonio’s children and parents are encouraged to “Dream Tomorrow Today” at an interactive DoSeum exhibition opening June 2.
When people steal from a nonprofit, quality-of-life services are diminished or cut altogether, and people suffer loss of trust, jobs, and stress.
New rules, such as background checks and procurement transparency, may be required of certain organizations doing business with the City of San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg has requested that the City of San Antonio take a serious look at how it works with outside agencies and nonprofits.
In the for-profit industry, but more so in the nonprofit world, a merger often implies gross mismanagement, financial distress, or leadership failure.
Richard Ruebe was appointed as LiftFund’s chief operating officer, and Martha Zurita as its new vice president for communications.
As a young nonprofit employee, I witnessed when the change happened. Nonprofits stopped believing they could be politically active.