Public service journalism is imperative for the prosperity of our city and its businesses and nonprofits. When your business or nonprofit becomes a member, it represents an endorsement of our mission: To provide journalism and civic engagement opportunities, enabling citizens and institutions to build a better city to live, work, and play.

Does your organization value local, independent journalism like ours? We invite you to become a business or nonprofit member by donating to sustain our work.

To view all business members and supporting foundations, click here.

Membership also comes with a number of benefits aimed to promote your organization. The more a member donates, the more benefits it receives.

Business Membership Benefits

Business Membership BenefitsCommunity Partner
Leadership Circle
Editor’s Circle
Publisher’s Circle
Chairman’s Circle
($10,000 +)
Recognition on business member page
Free or discounted event admission for up to two guests
Monthly member report
Invitations to regular member-only events
Logo recognition as a member on home page
Rotating logo display on weekly newsletter
Leadership Circle event invitation for up to four guests
15% Discount on Advertising
San Antonio Report events newsletter promotion (text only, 150 characters max, hyperlinked)
(1) Member spotlight in member report
(1) complimentary Facebook post
(1) complimentary Sponsored article
Invitation to annual Publisher’s Reception
San Antonio Report staff member available for partner event moderation (upon availability)
One-on-one annual meeting with Publisher & Editor

Read what our members made possible in our 2020 Impact Report.

We receive grants from local, statewide, and national foundations. Generous philanthropists also contribute to sustain our work. Financial support does not grant individuals, organizations, and foundations coverage nor influences event programming. Read more about our ethics policy here.

If you are interested in a custom partnership involving membership, advertising, and/or event sponsorship, contact