Over its 75 years, the world-recognized institute has become a lynchpin in Texas’ scientific research community.
Janie Barrera, president and CEO of LiftFund, brings to the San Antonio Report’s board of directors strong ties to the local small business community.
The Martinez Street Women’s Center is now Empower House. The organization’s name change aims for inclusivity.
The inaugural All American Cup will be held Nov. 11-13 and will feature ATP tennis pros competing in a team format in both singles and doubles.
Satisfied he has set the foundation he started in 2007 on a strong path with a capable leader, philanthropist Harvey Najim is pursuing new goals.
By the looks of one summer camp program in the Texas Hill Country, the selfless desire to help others has never been stronger, more zealous or evenly reciprocal.
The two-year UpTogether guaranteed basic income pilot program will invest about $5 million in 1,000 San Antonians over 25 months.
In one Northwest Side apartment community, Afghan refugees are working together to recover and build new lives in San Antonio.
San Antonio Food Bank CEO Eric Cooper said the donation comes at the food bank’s highest time of need.
The pirate-themed, inclusive playground, named Mitchell’s Landing, will be located within Classen-Steubing Ranch Park.
As temperatures rise, so does the number of dogs and cats in San Antonio shelters where capacity limits lead to “code red days” and higher kill rates.
An average of 600 migrants a day arrive in San Antonio, city officials say. The Food Bank is one of many nonprofits helping them.