Recently, One in Five Minds, a children’s mental health advocacy campaign led by Clarity Child Guidance Center, hosted its fourth Strong Minds and Happy Hearts event at Memorial High School on April 14. With a meal and free childcare provided
When Molly Cox, SA2020 President/CEO was in St. Louis earlier this year for a Lumina Foundation convening, she got into a discussion with one of our longtime partners, Audree Hernandez, a regional director for the College Advising Corps. They talked
For the past three years, Savanna and Robert have been attending Por Vida Academy working hard to earn their high school diplomas. Both are graduating this May—an accomplishment they place squarely on the structure and staff at Por Vida. “If
Who doesn’t love Fiesta? This San Antonio celebration brings the community together in more ways than one. Sure, we bond over parade festivities between bites of turkey legs and chicken-on-a-stick. But don’t forget about those much sought after Fiesta medals!
When you hear the words “cocktail competition,” charity is typically not the first thing that comes to mind. But, that is exactly what the 8th Annual Rivertini Premier Cocktail Competition was – a way for the community to support beautification
San Antonio Missions players will be supporting Autism Community Network for Autism Night at Missions Ballpark this Saturday, April 9th, 2016! The game starts at 7:05 pm at Nelson Wolff Stadium, and the limited-edition jerseys will be auctioned off after
Each year, the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) conducts its Walk & Roll Challenge to draw attention to the link between transportation and air quality, to encourage new and healthier transportation habits, and to recognize employers committed to cleaner