Through scholarships and programming, the San Antonio chapter of the Links Inc. works on fulfilling its mission to make a difference in the black community.
The city’s most innovative nonprofits will take the stage and compete for funding at the second annual Philanthropitch San Antonio, Feb. 9 at the Tobin Center.
It’s a Monday tradition in the South to put on a pot of red beans. For local restaurants, helping the San Antonio Food Bank is another tradition.
Local agencies are offering to help furloughed federal workers, even as the president and Congress have agreed to temporarily reopen the government.
To support those affected, businesses and organizations around town are offering free or discounted goods and services.
Since 1998, the Wade Richmond Foundation has given more than 20 matching grants to local charities providing more than $4 million in financial support.
H-E-B hosted its 26th annual Feast of Sharing on Saturday, opening two convention center exhibit halls to anyone who wanted a hot holiday meal.
Volunteer musicians from local groups annually carol for inmates at the Bexar County Jail during the holiday season.
The foundation has given more than $75 million to health-related initiatives since 2005.
United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County announced Wednesday that the 2018 Community Campaign raised more than $46 million.