An event hosted by Survivor Outreach Services Support and Gold Star Families coincided with the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.
Lyft is rolling out a new program to provide free transportation to San Antonio-area veterans and their families so they can access local services.
The new clinic will provide health care services in primary care, mental health, specialty care, and consolidated medical-surgical specialties.
“Let’s start out by saying we don’t want to die alone,” the Blue Skies resident told others. “Let’s make sure our friends aren’t alone either.”
K9s for Warriors, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit, is planning to start construction on a service-dog screening facility on 3.3 acres of land it will lease from the City for $1 a year.
Tim Farrell, a retired senior military officer and nonprofit executive, is serving as interim executive director for the educational foreign policy group.
In more recent decades, veterans have begun to lean increasingly toward the Grand Old Party, researchers found.
City Council discussed what to do with $4.1 million of the City’s $2.8 billion fiscal year 2019 budget Wednesday.
The financial services giant is currently on track to contribute $38.4 million – 1 percent of its pre-tax income – to nonprofits in several targeted areas.
The Victory Center at San Antonio College allows veterans to access all the services they need for college in one central location.