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Covid-19 Update

Read the article here for all you need to know about Covid-19 updates: https://www.wittemuseum.org/needtoknow/

SACADA Services during COVID-19

How we will be providing services during Covid-19:https://sacada.org/sacada-services-during-covid-19/

We Need Your Help

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people everywhere. Among the most vulnerable are the people we serve: those living with HIV/AIDS in the local community. We continue to offer all of our services, from client case management and hot meals for needy HIV-positive people to clinical care and pharmacy services. Please consider donating whatever you can…

Covid-19 Update

We understand with the alarming circumstance of Covid-19 many Non-profits are working with limited resources and Jefferson Outreach wants to help. We want to assure those we serve and the community at large that you’ve got our support.

Covid-19 Update

The Arc of San Antonio, Inc., is diligently monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is committed to the safety, health, and well-being of our participants and staff.  Here you will find communications sent to our program participants and their families.

Covid-19 Update- Closed

Good morning everyone. Ride Connect Texas has just posted a “closed” sign at its offices at the Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center. This was a difficult decision to make, but it is important to protect staff, volunteers, and clients.

COVID-19 Announcement

Due to COVID-19, The Big Give SA has been postponed until September 10. However, as these are trying times for all non-profits, we are still accepting donations which are greatly appreciated. Remember, your donation is tax deductible. Go to: https://www.thebiggivesa.org/organizations/northeast-senior-assistance or simply click on the Paypal button on our Donate page.

Important covid-19 update

In person visitation is limited to one visitor per child per Inpatient stay as required by Texas Health and Human Services. The designated visitor must be a legal guardian. In-person visitors temperatures will be taken upon arrival. We strongly encourage televisitation which is available between 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm. Outpatient Service in-person appointments have…

Covid-19 Update

Foster children experience social distancing and emotional trauma year-round, and you can help ensure they are not further cut off from social and emotional guidance in the midst of limited community access. Our Volunteers are diligently continuing to reach out to our CASA children remotely to make sure they are receiving the support they need.…

Double Down in SA Town

Are you ready to double down in SA town?🤠🙌 Join us for our upcoming community drive happening at the Alamodome this May 21-23. Donations by APPOINTMENT ONLY.🗓 Schedule your donation here👉 SouthTexasBlood.org/Alamodome For every blood donation made at this drive, $5 will be donated to the San Antonio Food Bank, courtesy of Silverado Event Center.…

YOSA suspends all group activities through June 1.

Last updated April 1, 2020 YOSA suspends all group activities through June 1. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most of YOSA’s rehearsal and concert venues are no longer available for our use this spring. And, of course, public health officials continue to advise against gatherings of more than 10 people. In light of this, all…

Bringing Our Mission to Life During COVID-19

YWCA exists to eliminate racism and empower women, which we achieve through programs and advocacy to support equity for women and individuals of color.  During this crisis, YWCA has remained open, providing child care, resources, and emergency support for health services, safety, and food security for women and their families.

CAMP has canceled all program through May. 

COVID-19 News CAMP leadership is working to address the evolving COVID-19 pandemic with the health and safety of our campers, volunteers, and staff at the core of all our priorities.  CAMP’s response to the pandemic will evolve and we will communicate with the community here on this site.  We deeply value our CAMP community and…

We’re helping!

Coronavirus (COVID-19) If you need current, science-based information about the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re here available to help via live chat or call our Customer Service at 1-800-242-8721.

Blessed Sacrament Academy reaches out during COVID-19 closings

When Blessed Sacrament Academy closed its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, new challenges were swiftly met. The Child Development Center offered a two-pronged approach to continuing education for ages 6 weeks to 5 years — online and offline. We created in-house learning videos for all ages, and created a new Online Learning at BSA pages…

Prescription Assistance Gift Card Drop off

Mrs. Bernal expressed her gratitude to our Prescription Assistance Program advocate Ciara, as she dropped off gift cards to our client to pay for an emergency fill of her medication.

Helping our Families

It’s such an honor to serve and be of help to our families.

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SA Youth Goes Online!

Check out CEO, Asia Ciaravino, as she shares how SA Youth has been able to adapt to continue serving our students and support families during the pandemic. SA Youth on SA Live: COVID Coverage

Jefferson High School Bexar Fest Video on Meals on Wheels San Antonio

IMPACT of COVID-19

As life in South Texas is dramatically impacted, there has already been a significant financial impact to CAMP. All programs through June have been canceled and the rest of our summer sessions have been modified. Sadly, this is a significant hit to our families as campers look forward to their week at summer all year.…

Veteran Mobile Food Distributions amidst the COVID19 Pandemic

In San Antonio, the new face of the Soldiers’ Angels has emerged amidst the COVID19 Pandemic. Through gloved hands and masked faces, Soldiers’ Angels was able to provide roughly 75 lbs. of groceries to over 200 local San Antonio Low Income veterans and their families in March. Our goal is to continue to provide much needed…

15 San Antonio families are now able to safely shelter-in-place with new Habitat homes

Express News and journalist, Vincent Davis, highlight how Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio is continuing its mission to provide decent, affordable housing to low-income families through the Covid-19 Pandemic. Full story here: https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Fifteen-families-shelter-in-place-in-new-Habitat-15211758.php#photo-19315839

Stay Active. Stay Healthy: San Antonio Sports initiative offers free online fitness opportunities for adults and children

During this time of sheltering at home, San Antonio Sports is focusing on ways to keep the community active through a new initiative, Stay Active. Stay Healthy. With research showing that physical activity is important to mental health, San Antonio Sports is focusing on three areas: i play! afterschool at home (for children), Fit Family…

How can I help nonprofits like Haven for Hope?

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Spring 2020 Virtual House Dedication

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Supporting Stability Through Data-Driven Strategies

USI’s live COVID-19 Action Plan document tracks all COVID-19 related developments across our sites nationally in an effort to: develop aligned national strategies, coordinate response, and track COVID-19 related progress as it relates to both our families and our staff. The USI COVID19 Action Plan tracks both federal, state, and city-level actions and internal USI…

Feeding Those in Need on the Street

There are approximately 1,500-2,000 individuals living in unsheltered areas in San Antonio during the COVID-19 pandemic. These individuals have no reliable food sources and desperately need food and water. Due to the pandemic, ordinary food sources are not available to the many people in San Antonio who are currently unsheltered, living in encampments and on…

United Way Thank-A-Thon

Share your appreciation for our community! There are many across our community who are working tirelessly on the front line serving and supporting our community during this challenging time. Take a moment to send a quick note of thanks, a video or photo and we will send it along to brighten someone’s day. Send a…

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is accepting donations

We need donations of essential supplies from the public as medical teams prepare for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the coming weeks. Acceptable items include: Face masks (wrapped/unopened are preferred). Key types include: New or unused disposable face masks N-95 mask (sometimes called respirators) Eye protection including face shields (clear color shields) and safety…

Partners for Youth will be delivering meals!

Senior Program meals will continue to be provided as curbside to-go meals Tuesday through Friday from 11:00-11:45 a.m. All other activities and communal meals will cease operations for two weeks.    

COVID-19 Update

Community Health Workers will rely on phone calls to check in on the needs and well-being of their clients.

Peace Pals Update

Peace Pals, our afterschool program, follows SAISD school closures and will resume its hours of operations once children are allowed back. The staff of Peace Pals will continue to monitor the situation so they are prepared when children return to school.

We are open!

Our child development center will continue to operate for parents who need to work. Hours of operation remain the same, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

We are still open!

We feel that our services are especially critical and have made modifications to meet safety needs.

House of Neighborly Service taking precautions

With the impact that COVID-19 will have in our city and, most importantly, in the communities we serve, House of Neighborly Service is taking the necessary precautions to keep both our clients and staff safe. Since the elderly, those with health conditions, and people with compromised immune systems are more at risk, we will modify…

Free legal services

During this crisis our attorneys are still providing FREE LEGAL SERVICES. If you need a protective order, divorce, child support /visitation lawsuit, modification, identification recovery or other family law needs, we are taking new clients. Call 210 930-3669 ext 2223 for more information. https://fvps.org/legal-assistance/

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Southwest Texas, held a news conference

Local TV stations spread the word about SVdP during the COVID-19 Emergency To let the public know we are open during the coronavirus crisis to help our brothers and sisters in Christ. The news conference took place at our Resurrection of the Lord Conference. Approximately 20 of our conference locations are open around San Antonio…

Temporarily Closed

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have temporarily closed our Hope Hospice Thrift Shop. Revenue from the Shop is used to pay for medications, medical equipment, and nursing care for patients who otherwise could not afford our services. We have now lost that important funding. The Big Give Emergency Relief is an opportunity to donate…

BGCSA to extend our closure

Due the City of San Antonio imposing a ban on gatherings of 50 or more people, it has forced BGCSA to extend our closure for another week. At this time, we are actively working with the San Antonio Food Bank to set up food distribution for our members and their families. When we have further…

Conservation Society canceled 60th Anniversary event

The Conservation Society of San Antonio is following the developments regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus very carefully to insure the safety and health of our Board, Staff, volunteers, members and supporters. Out of an abundance of concern for the safety of our members and volunteers and in consideration of the Mayor’s issuance of…

San Antonio Lifetime Recovery Still Serving – Donations needed

We are still here for our community, serving those who need it. Please help us continue to provide these necessary services, visit our website for more information or to make a donation.

Help San Antonio Public Library

The San Antonio Public Libraries are currently closed until April 19th. After a full week of closure and with Sunday, March 22nd being the highest circulation of their digital collection ever, the need for digital resources is increasing rapidly. Help build the digital collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, etc., to ensure access to electronic content to…

Support the Garden During COVID-19

Now more than ever the San Antonio Botanical Garden kindly asks for your help by making a generous donation today. As a nonprofit, the Botanical Garden relies on memberships, admissions, events and classes’ ticket sales, and private rentals. Your donation directly supports the organization’s general operations and helps maintain the collection of plants.

Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio

Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio has fully realized its mission during the Covid-19 Pandemic because how can one safely shelter-in-place with no shelter? During this health crisis, more than ever, we are seeing how important it is to have an affordable and safe place to call home. Families in Bexar County are still in…

Family Service Association of San Antonio adjusting schedule

The needs of our community are increasing. School closures are limiting access to food, business closures are causing extra financial strain, news cycle are taking a toll on mental wellness, tension is increasing anxiety and at-home violence … and, unfortunately, the list goes on. Family Service serves among the most vulnerable families in our community. We…

Symphony canceling rest of the season

Due to the mounting concern and caution around COVID-19 by City, County, and State Government officials and health professionals, the San Antonio Symphony announced today the cancellation of the remainder of its 2019-20 concert season. We believe in the power of music to bring people together, to create joy, to enrich hearts, minds, and lives,…

Humane Society closed to general public

Out of an abundance of caution and in order to ensure the safety and health of our staff, volunteers and members of our community, we are closed to the general public until further notice. Please consider making a donation to our SAHS Emergency Fund to assist with the care of our animals and staff –…

MEALS ON WHEELS CONTINUES SERVING

MEALS ON WHEELS CONTINUES SERVING On Monday, March 23, Mayor Ron Nirenberg issued tighter restrictions for residents and businesses in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Meals on Wheels San Antonio IS essential service to the 5,000 homebound senior clients we serve every year and we remain exempt from this ban. With your…

DoSeum Closed due to COVID

In compliance with the Mayor’s Declaration of Public Health Emergency, and in the best interest of our guests and staff members, The DoSeum will be closed beginning today, March 13th through Friday, March 20th. This includes any programs/events scheduled for the week through March 20th. Learn More: https://www.thedoseum.org/clean-and-safe

Museum Closed due to COVID

The Museum is now closed through March 20 at which time will reassess the situation. As a public health precaution, we have made the decision to cancel all public programs through April 10 including tours, lectures, and performances. Additionally, all school field trips are canceled for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. It is…

Looking for a way to help during COVID-19?

In light of the ever changing situation, one thing we know for sure is that during times like these, the SALB family sticks together. Prioritizing the health and well-being of our team members is of the upmost importance to us. Since we are a City of SA designated “essential” business, much of our organization has…

YMCA closed for now – join our virtual workouts!

We’re picking up speed to serve our community resource partners, our region’s most vulnerable, and first responders affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). In times like these, it’s critical that we work together as a community to lift those most impacted by health and economic challenges. As a leader in youth development, we are supporting…

Zoo closed until further notice

Hello Zoo Family, Friends, and Fans, I wanted to inform you of the postponed re-opening of San Antonio Zoo, Kiddie Park, and Will Smith Zoo School to the general public until further notice. Our top priority has been and continues to be the health and safety of our community, guests, students, and team members. We…

Still Open

OPEN FOR BUSINESS and FREE TO TRAVEL: The emergency food network of pantries and distributions supported by the #SAFoodBank remain fully operational and open to the public for help. Staff and volunteers are exempt from shelter-at-home order when traveling to/from a pantry or distribution. Individuals seeking help at a pantry or distribution are also free…