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For the past three weeks, trucks have brought food boxes to be distributed to Eastside residents. Getting to that point has been a struggle.
Almost $7 million has been directed at San Antonio entities working to improve economic opportunities for people of color and the military.
Carlos and Malú Alvarez have contributed $1 million to the Community Labs nonprofit to expand testing of asymptomatic individuals in San Antonio.
The Morgan’s Wonderland complex will offer athletes with different abilities the chance to participate in sports, recreation, and competition.
Komen San Antonio giving out last local grants for breast cancer support as national group consolidates
Susan G. Komen San Antonio will end all local operations over the next several months, the nonprofit affiliate has announced.
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner has been feeding thousands of San Antonians for four decades. This year, it will look different.
Fearing demolition, a national group names the 80-year-old public housing project in San Antonio one of the most endangered, historic places.
The gift will establish the Harvey E. Najim Innovation and Career Advancement Center at UTSA to help graduates find jobs.
The nonprofit Community Labs has two purposes – to stop the coronavirus threat in San Antonio and inspire other cities to do the same.
Philanthropic organizations are bankrolling a $2.5M plan to test thousands for coronavirus. Here’s how it will work.
Community Labs is a new nonprofit that will test asymptomatic “super spreaders” within small populations, such as in schools or workplaces.
The City’s Animal Care Services department says its live release rate for fiscal year 2020 is expected to be 92 percent, the highest in its history.
The Rev. Louis Zbinden led the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio for more than 30 years and helped establish several organizations that helped thousands of homeless people.
Appointed Sept. 1 as president and CEO of the homeless prevention nonprofit, Nikisha Baker succeeds Navarra Williams, who retired in August.