Defunding service programs like AmeriCorps would cripple many local nonprofits who rely on its members to provide essential services to their communities.
The move is intended to concentrate more energy and dollars on San Antonio and Bexar County, the beneficiary of the theater chain’s profits.
Giving from San Antonio metro area charitable foundations increased by 32.5% over a five year period.
I’m sure many generations have said “We sure live in interesting times,” but these are my interesting times, and they are relevant to me.
SVPSA is preparing to turn double negatives into a real positive for causes dear to their hearts and people in need. But they won’t stop at giving money.
The Overtime Theater, San Antonio’s original theater company, is moving to a new space, and it needs your help.
Local musicians Bett Butler and Joël Dilley joined the online music platform Bandcamp in donating one day’s proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The San Antonio Tricentennial received a $1.1 million boost from the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation for an exhibit at the Witte on Tuesday.
The experience of distributing money with my fellow employees is something I’ll never forget.
Instrumentalists in the San Antonio Symphony have used their musical talents to spread the holiday spirit to those it may be a little harder to reach.