Giving from San Antonio metro area charitable foundations increased by 32.5% over a five year period.
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.
Howard E. Butt Jr., brother of H-E-B Chairman and CEO Charles Butt, passed away at his home Sunday evening. He died from complications related to Parkinson’s disease at age 89.
Independence Day is a day to celebrate our freedom, specifically the freedom to govern ourselves. The Fourth of July is also the National Day of the United States, and a fitting time to reflect on our many traditions.
Over the next year, United Way will invest $44,140,441 into 138 vetted social, educational, and relief programs and initiatives in San Antonio and Bexar County.
“Do good by day and dance by night.”
That’s the philosophy of Edith Scott McAllister, and it’s served her for a life well-lived.
Santikos Entertainment’s newest theatre, Casa Blanca, officially opens on the Northwest side on Thursday, June 9, marking a pivotal day for moviegoers and local charities alike.
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.
There’s nothing simple about giving away $2 million.
The year 2015 started with uncertainty for San Antonio, but by mid-year the city had reason to celebrate: The Alamo and four Spanish colonial missions were added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites, the first in Texas and one of only 1,031 cultural treasures to receive the rare international recognition.