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Fearing demolition, a national group names the 80-year-old public housing project in San Antonio one of the most endangered, historic places.
Appointed Sept. 1 as president and CEO of the homeless prevention nonprofit, Nikisha Baker succeeds Navarra Williams, who retired in August.
Since March, the San Antonio Area Foundation has awarded $13.4 million in emergency funding through its COVID-19 Response Fund.
Prohibited from attending the internment due to COVID-19 restrictions, employees and veterans waited outside the cemetery gates to honor their deceased leader.
The pandemic forced the social entrepreneurs to get creative in how they work to help feed the community’s homeless and hungry.
Dr. Akudo Anyanwu will be the Texas Biomedical Research Institute’s first vice president of development, where she will oversee fundraising.
The nonprofit online news outlet is now the San Antonio Report, rebranded with a new logo but with the same mission of public service journalism.
Officials with the Valero Texas Open, canceled in April, will award $14 million to 149 charities across the nation, including 53 in San Antonio.
Local nonprofits have distributed around 300,000 pounds of food in less than two months thanks to a grant from the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program.
With every customer purchase of H-E-B brand products through Sept. 8, the grocer will donate to Feeding Texas.
For three siblings who witnessed the history-making train robbery as kids in 1970, a reenactment of that day provides “surreal” fun.
The absence of a Fiesta in 2020 means fewer fundraising opportunities for nonprofits and a missing revenue stream for many businesses.
City Education Partners CEO Mark Larson has resigned from his post at the education nonprofit one year after he joined the organization.