When we released our newest Impact Report, we also wanted to remind San Antonians that they can make an impact on our community vision every single day. So, we launched 300 Ways to Make an Impact in celebration of our
After releasing our 2016 Impact Report, we’re feeling especially proud of the city we call home. The progress toward our collective goals is increasing, and more and more individuals and organizations are getting involved. And while our work at SA2020
National Night Out is tomorrow! During these free events, hosted in neighborhoods around the country, individuals are encouraged to head out to meet their neighbors, talk with local police, and form connections to make their communities safer and more
On Saturday, July 9, representatives of the Leon Springs Trail Foundation hosted a social event at The Point Park and Eats to raise awareness about their work. The occasion was “Certified Awesome” and endorsed by SA 2020.
Our friends at Salud America, a national program headquartered at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, are committed to ending childhood obesity. They do so by promoting healthy choices and encouraging everyone to create change in their
SA2020, the organization, is made up of individuals who love the city but maybe are also a little bit competitive. When the city’s Office of Historic Preservation announced the Amazing Preservation Race, the ultimate urban adventure, we jumped at