SA2020’s operations will end on March 28, 2024.
Our data, reports, and stories will remain online through September 2024. Read more about our decision to dissolve on our blog.
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Stories

On this blog, we share the stories of people all over San Antonio who are leading change. Read about the individuals, organizations, and collaborations that are moving us closer to the shared Community Vision.

SA2020 Announces Dissolution

SA2020 has long celebrated that we have a unique bird’s-eye view of San Antonio, given the community data we have released every year since 2012 and the valuable information more than 100 partner organizations share with us. Knowing that this

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We’re Gonna Win

Our team has been thinking a lot about winning these days. When your purpose is to drive progress toward a 10-year shared community vision, you know exactly what winning looks like in the long run. What does winning look and

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“Turning Protest Into Policy”

Early voting in San Antonio’s municipal election is underway. On the ballot: Mayor, City Council representatives, some school boards and district bonds, and Proposition A—also known as the Justice Charter.  Earlier this month, SA2020 hosted a Meet Up and invited

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2022 Year In Review

As we wrap up 2022, we’re reflecting on another year of championing San Antonio’s shared community vision. This year, Team SA2020 worked in partnership with local and statewide organizations, informed voters about (the many!) elections, produced new research, trained San

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Opportunities for Shopping Local this Holiday Season

The Saturday after Thanksgiving marks the start of the City of San Antonio’s Buy Local Season, coinciding with Small Business Saturday. These campaigns invite us to consider shifting some of our holiday shopping to local-independent businesses to support our entrepreneurs,

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Meet Our 15 New Nonprofit Partners

SA2020 Partners are organizations that have committed to actively align their work to San Antonio’s shared Community Vision. We’re proud to welcome 15 new Nonprofit Partners who are leading important work and meeting community need. Read about these organizations below—and

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