Thought leaders from San Antonio, New York City, Washington, Charlotte, Dallas, and Austin will participate in the second annual San Antonio CityFest.
A new study finds residents of zip codes 78202, 78207, 78208, and 78211 have worse than average outcomes in employment, health insurance coverage, income, and education.
Applications for the 2019 grant cycle are due July 28. Award amounts will be based on each organization’s budget size.
SATX Social Ride cyclists gathered at Burleson Yard Beer Garden Tuesday evening for their regular bike ride and to launch the Live to Ride fund.
The San Antonio Area Foundation announced its partnership with other foundations and the city to create the Live to Ride fund in April.
The 80/20 Foundation, City of San Antonio, SATX Social Ride, and the San Antonio Cycling Alliance have joined forces to promote bike safety awareness.
In exchange for the economic incentives, Santikos promised jobs and grants to nonprofits via the Santikos Charitable Foundation.
Santikos Entertainment must determine whether continued investment in real estate and entertainment will support John L. Santikos’ wish of generating profit for charitable use.
Critics say distributions to area nonprofits from the Santikos Charitable Foundation, managed by the San Antonio Area Foundation, have never equaled the promises made in 2015, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Marjie M. French, a vice president at UTSA, is being recruited as the next CEO of the San Antonio Area Foundation, according to sources close to the search.