Hixon Properties Invests in the San Antonio Community

Hixon Properties, a family-owned, San Antonio-based business since 1975, invests not just in real estate but also in the community it serves. With a collective passion for Family Well-Being, Education and Downtown Development, Hixon upholds its philanthropic mission statement and encourages both employees and shareholders to give back to their community.

Among many other nonprofits, Hixon serves the following SA2020 Family Well-Being Partners: Any Baby Can, AVANCE San Antonio, Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio, Child Advocates San Antonio, Communities in Schools of San Antonio, Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc., Girls Inc. of San Antonio, Healy-Murphy Center, Martinez Street Women’s Center, Project QUEST, San Antonio Public Library Foundation, SA Reads, SAY Sí, The DoSeum, THRU Project, and Visitation House Ministries

Hixon’s leadership sets the tone for the entire company, with all of upper-level management holding positions on nonprofit boards and half holding positions on city or county commissions. Altogether, Hixon leaders are board members of Centro Partnership, Centro Alliance, UTSA Real Estate Founders Council, and Haven for Hope Advisory Council. They also serve on the Riverwalk Capital Improvements Advisory Board, the SA Tomorrow Planning Team, and ULI San Antonio’s board.

Along with its annual giving program, Hixon Properties furthers its philanthropy with their annual family grant. All shareholders are invited to apply each year for a grant given to a charity of their choice, with the grant awardee selected by a committee of judges.

The team at Hixon has a clear vision for what community results they hope to impact, and they give their time, talent, and funds very intentionally to help achieve these goals. With a company like Hixon supporting local nonprofits and initiatives, we know San Antonio is much better positioned to turn our shared vision into our reality.

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