SA2020 produces broadly accessible, responsive, and actionable research so that individual community members and entire organizations are aware of San Antonio’s progress and challenges, as well as how they can lead change. SA2020’s research includes an analysis of Community Indicators disaggregated by race and City Council District wherever possible.
In order to move the needle on San Antonio’s shared community vision, the City of San Antonio must know its own institutional impact. SA2020 used its skills in leading meaningful community engagement, analyzing and reporting data, and putting equity into
SA2020’s City Council profiles disaggregate community data by geography. Doing so offers a deeper understanding of San Antonio’s progress, long-standing inequities, and the targeted, race-conscious interventions necessary to reach the shared Community Vision. Download the full report, or explore the
Our 2021 Nonprofit Partner Impact Report puts into perspective the critical role of nonprofits in continuing COVID-19 relief and recovery for San Antonians and ultimately realizing the shared Community Vision. The report shares data from 115 Nonprofit Partners—including annual revenue; expenses;
In February 2021, people in San Antonio, Bexar County, and across Texas faced freezing temperatures and utility outages. We know that this crisis, much like COVID-19, continues to affect community members differently due to long-standing inequities. The purpose of this
The 2020 Community Impact Report includes the last decade of data on Community Indicators that were prioritized by San Antonians, with data disaggregated by race, gender, age, and geography wherever possible. (You can also explore the data online at SA2020.org/data.)
In order to partner effectively—in “normal times” and especially in crisis—organizations must know the breadth of their own impact. This guide supports multi-sector organizations—for-profit businesses, nonprofits, funders, public institutions, educational institutions, faith-based organizations, member/trade agencies—in assessing their impact on San