People experiencing homelessness will be able to “come as they are” to the Towne Twin Village to receive housing and other services.
The private philanthropic Let’s Help SA fund launched last week to benefit the San Antonio Food Bank, Haven for Hope, and SAMMinistries.
With VITA San Antonio, people earning $55,000 or less can get their taxes done free of charge.
Though the snow and ice have thawed, people are left with unexpected costs. Two new emergency funds are intended to help.
Thousands lined up for help and hundreds volunteered for a San Antonio Food Bank distribution at Harlandale Memorial Stadium.
As winter storms hit the city, small groups of volunteers have delivered supplies and offered warm places to stay to those without the necessities.
A delivery of snacks caused confusion among SAHA residents in need of substantial emergency food aid.
Volunteers are needed to support seven mega-mobile distribution events throughout the city this weekend.
A church’s “community snow day” turns into contagious effort to support others in need with warmth, food, and water.
Funds from a city-initiated tax increment reinvestment zone will be used to restore historic and cultural structures on the West Side.
Assistant City Manager Carlos Contreras has worked for the City since 2009. In March, he’ll leave to lead Goodwill San Antonio as its CEO.
SA2020 released a summary report of 19 metrics related to life in San Antonio during a virtual event on Friday.
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio faced roadblocks with the coronavirus pandemic. It pushed through and plans to build 51 more homes in 2021.