Councilman Manny Pelaez asked the City of San Antonio to consider letting United Way to take over the City’s vetting and recommendation processes for which nonprofits receive City funding.
San Antonio is the only city in Texas with a Harvard Business School alumni chapter that funds the scholarship for nonprofit executives.
Applications for the 2019 grant cycle are due July 28. Award amounts will be based on each organization’s budget size.
Last year, the Big Give raised $5.1 million of its $6 million goal, but this year the one-day fundraising push didn’t set a monetary target.
For over half a century, the San Antonio Area Foundation has supported the nonprofit ecosystem through training, a wide array of funding opportunities, and more.
Jackie Gorman’s tenure as CEO of San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside (SAGE) ended on Wednesday when she announced her resignation.
San Antonio’s first and only philanthropic hangout, The Cherrity Bar celebrates its official grand opening Friday.
For the first time, the City’s Department of Human Services has set clear goals and timelines to combat quality-of-life issues for the city’s most vulnerable residents.
Allen Harrison has been selected to lead the Methodist Healthcare System.
A new nonprofit, ConnectSA, is intended to advocate for mass transit planning and solutions in the San Antonio region, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Tuesday.