Community Partners

Boysville, Inc.

Nonprofit Partner

How Boysville, Inc. impacts San Antonio's shared Community Vision

Boysville helps children and families break the intergenerational cycle of abuse and lead healthy lives. Boysville begins this work by fulfilling the basic necessities required for children to be safe, including food, shelter, clothing, and medical services. Children can then fully participate in and benefit from therapy, academic assistance, and recreational activities designed to support their recovery from the long-term effects of trauma. Four core programs make up Boysville's work and support a continuum of care for children. Emergency Shelters provide relief for children who need immediate removal from their situations. The On-Campus Family Care Program provides long-term care for children in a family-like setting. The Community-Based Foster Care Program offers children a temporary home while they are waiting to find permanency through reunification or adoption. The Supervised Independent Living Program provides critical assistance and support for children who are aging out of care and actively pursuing employment or education. In 2017, Boysville cared for over 330 children, from newborns to age 23. As a result of their programming, the children increased emotional well-being, academic performance, integration into community, strength of family relationships, social skills, high school graduation rate, and independent living skills.

Community Results Impacted

Racial Inequities Impacted

  • Education (College Access and College Completion)
  • Family Violence
  • Food Security
  • Housing
  • Small Business and Nonprofit Support

Boysville, Inc. serves:

  • Geographic Area Served
    Regionally: Including Bexar County and/or City of San Antonio
  • District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9 District 10
    City Council Districts Served
    All Districts

Economic Impact:

$6,108,687 in revenue

$13,453 in volunteerism

509 volunteer hours at a value of $26.43, as calculated by Independent Sector

Fiscal Year 2021

Coalitions and Collaborations:

  • None

Powered by 282 People:

  • 89 Staff
  • 168 Volunteers
  • 25 Board Members

Fiscal Year 2021