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.
Since the COVID-19 crisis hit the local community, “equity” is everywhere. Dozens of education leaders have signed a pledge for equitable recovery, San Antonio’s community foundation reinforced its commitments to equitable grantmaking, and the City of San Antonio’s COVID-19 Community
Eight years ago, nearly a year and a half after its public visioning launch, SA2020 shifted from the name of the Community Vision for San Antonio to the full-time brand of the organization responsible for driving progress toward the Community
In 2010, San Antonio embarked on a Community Visioning process. Spearheaded by former mayor Julián Castro and a committee of 26 community members, nearly 6,000 San Antonians agreed on what they wanted the city to look and feel like in
In the past month, public and private sector institutions have shown their ability to quickly meet the needs of San Antonians. The San Antonio Housing Authority suspended evictions of all public housing, CPS and SAWS ended service disconnections, and schools
This past Monday morning, our tiny but mighty SA2020 team had our first meeting since we started seeing the exponential spread of COVID-19. Even though we’ve always had a work from home policy, we’ve never needed to do so all at once, so to the Google Hangout we went.