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.

The Board Game: Filling Gaps

The SA2020 Nonprofit Partner Impact Report, released in January 2019, paints a high-level picture of 126 nonprofit organizations (out of the nearly 5,000 in Bexar County) that are actively aligning to San Antonio’s Community Vision. The work they do every

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To Reimagine Broadway, Look to Our Shared Vision

In 2010, nearly 6,000 people came together to develop a shared vision for the future of San Antonio. It was arguably the most successful community engagement process in San Antonio’s history. Because the vision was written by the community, we

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Say Hello to Our 22 New Nonprofit Partners!

We’re so excited to have 22 (!) new Nonprofit Partners on board! These organizations are all working toward San Antonio’s shared vision—and they’re able to show exactly how. Our partnership provides opportunities to strengthen and better communicate their impact, and

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We’re Welcoming Four New Board Members!

As we move into the ninth year since our community developed a shared vision for thriving San Antonio, SA2020 has doubled down on our commitment to driving progress toward that vision. This includes bringing on new members of our team.

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Meet Jessica, our Administrative Coordinator!

We are so thrilled to welcome Jessica Gutierrez to our team! A native San Antonian, Jessica is passionate about nonprofit work, education, and of course, the Spurs. She’ll bring her experience and expertise in administration and development to our work,

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Healthy Futures of Texas

Can You Say S-E-X and C-O-N-D-O-M-S Without Turning Red?

Can you say “sex” and “condoms” without turning red, and understand how healthy relationships fit into the conversation?  Then you might be an excellent board member for an organization that talks about sex education and women’s health as enthusiastically as

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