San Antonio Area Foundation CEO Marjie French is retiring
Lisa Brunsvold, the Area Foundation vice president of development and donor services, has been appointed as the interim CEO until a permanent replacement is announced.
Family Service fair offers free financial and legal help
Financial counselors, law students and city and county staff will be on hand to help residents navigate a wide range of financial and legal issues.
‘We need to do more’: Advocates weigh efforts to stop domestic violence
More men and clergy should be involved in condemning domestic violence, organizers of the “Love Should Not Hurt” event said.
Advocates outline challenges facing military families at ‘Got Your 6 Summit’
Population growth in Bexar County fueled opportunities for military families but increased challenges for access to medical care, housing, food and childcare.
Behind the scenes of the San Antonio Zoo’s viral ‘Cry Me a Cockroach’ fundraiser
Thanks to a viral social media campaign, donors around the world are naming cockroaches after their exes to raise money for the San Antonio Zoo.
City gives $36M to social service programs, but there’s still ARPA money left
Nearly $4 million, possibly more, of San Antonio’s ARPA grant, is not yet allocated, despite a flood of funding applications from service agencies.
Migrant center gets new name and approach with Catholic Charities at the helm
Changes like offering free coffee and creating an interfaith chapel have helped Catholic Charities carry out its humanitarian approach to serving migrants.
San Antonio Report names Michelle Lugalia-Hollon and Marina Alderete Gavito to board of directors
The board of directors of the nonprofit San Antonio Report has added two new members, Marina Gavito and Michelle Lugalia-Hollon.
YMCA of Greater San Antonio’s new leader proud to be first Hispanic in the role
Louis Lopez hopes his unique perspective and focus on diversity and equity helps the YMCA continue to grow and evolve with the community.
H-E-B’s Feast of Sharing spreads holiday cheer to San Antonio families
The grand return of the annual dinner comes after a 2020 cancellation and a 2021 drive-thru distribution at the AT&T Center.
I’m sick of outrunning layoffs. Let’s build the future of news.
Opinion: As journalism hemorrhages workers simply for being in the wrong newsroom at the wrong time, we believe nonprofit news is the future.
160 people died in San Antonio while unhoused in 2022 — more than double last year
SAMMinistries will need more than double the number of candles it brought to the memorial last year, when 71 people who died were honored.
‘Each wreath is a gift’: Historic cemetery fills with patriotic solemnity and holiday cheer
At the small but historic San Antonio National Cemetery, hundreds gathered Saturday to honor the fallen as part of Wreaths Across America.