Community Stories

Dream SA

A Call to Action for Eddie

“The data is important. But remember, the data represent people.” That’s how Lumina Foundation opened a session during the Community Partnerships for Attainment conference. I was in St. Louis with some pals from local organizations, ISDs, and the City. In

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Mary Flannigan

My Love Affair with San Antonio

As the saying goes, I was a fresh-eyed, bushy tailed college grad looking to make a difference when I first moved to San Antonio. Moving over 1,700 miles from my home in Pennsylvania back in 2002, I had no idea

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Love Your City

SA2020’s Favorite Ways to #LoveYourCity

February has us thinking a lot about love here at SA2020, and while we’re excited for the chocolate and cards, we also want to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a different way­—by showing love to San Antonio! This February, we’re committed

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Krystiana STBTC

A Year of Giving in San Antonio

Krystiana Compton has a pretty awesome resolution for 2016: she’ll give to a different local organization every month—and share her experiences. You can follow along each month to read about where Krystiana has gotten involved, and maybe find some new opportunities to

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Dreamweek SA2020

What’s Your Verb for 2016?

There are a lot of things we, as a community, want for San Antonio by the year 2020. We want our city to be more educated and employed, more sustainable and active, more connected and competitive. How do we sum

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Molly Cox, SA2020

2016: The Year of “Yes, And”

The summer before my senior year of high school, I joined an improv group. Joker’s Wild Improvisation Troupe (there was an “e” on the end ‘cause we were fancy) was a group of about 10 people – mostly dudes – who

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