The following organizations have indicated they welcome service from the UIW community. If faculty seek assistance in arranging service opportunities, the Ettling Center staff may be able to help.

  • Brackenridge Park Conservancy

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address:
    Brackenridge Park Conservancy
    PO Box 6311
    San Antonio, TX 78209

    Phone: (210) 826-1412
    E-mail: lynn@brackenridgepark.org
    Website: https://www.brackenridgepark.org/

    Service Description: The Brackenridge Park Conservancy will help secure long-lasting financial, institutional, and community support for the park's preservation, enhancement and maintenance. The Conservancy seeks to ensure the best possible user experience for future generations by improving park amenities, providing programming, and building a sense of stewardship in the community.

  • Headwaters at Incarnate Word

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address:
    4503 Broadway
    San Antonio TX 78209

    Phone: (210) 828-2224
    E-mail: howard.homan@gmail.com

    Website: https://www.headwaters-iw.org/

    Service Description: Headwaters mission is to preserve, restore, and celebrate the rich natural, cultural, historical, spiritual, and educational values of the headwaters of the San Antonio River, especially within the 53-acre Headwaters Sanctuary. Headwaters is a non-profit sponsored Earth care ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. Headwaters is adjacent to but not part of the University.

  • San Antonio River Foundation

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address:
    100 E Guenther St
    San Antonio, TX 78204
    (in the San Antonio River Authority building)

    Phone: (210) 224-2694
    E-mail: info@sariverfound.org
    Website: https://www.sariverfoundation.org/

    Service Description: The River Foundation's ambitious projects range from creating unprecedented opportunities for education, recreation and interaction with nature along the river to initiating, funding, installing and maintaining exciting urban art projects by renowned artists from San Antonio, the U.S. and across the globe.

    The corporation is organized and shall be operated exclusively to support charitable, scientific, and educational activities that promote and encourage the conservation, stewardship, restoration, preservation and enjoyment of the land and water resources of the San Antonio River Basin and its tributaries.

  • Gardopia Gardens

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address:
    619 North New Braunfels Ave
    San Antonio, Tx 78202

    Phone: (210) 478-7292
    Email: info@gardopiagardens.org
    Website: http://www.gardopiagardens.org/

    Service Description: Gardopia sprouted in 2015 to address health disparities in a high-crime corridor on the near-Eastside of San Antonio. Initially funded by the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA), Gardopia implemented crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) as a methodology to reduce crime around an abandoned lot. Working with SAHA, this became the Eastside's first "gardopia," or garden utopia, where neighbors grow their own food and transform their community.

    Gardopia a sustainable society, empowered and educated to lead healthy lifestyles through gardening.

  • Public Citizen Foundation

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address:
    309 E 11th Street
    Suite 2
    Austin, TX 78701

    Phone: (512) 447-1155
    E-mail: texasfeedback@citizen.org
    Website: https://www.citizen.org/

    Service Description: Since 1984, Public Citizen's Texas State Office has concerned itself with: environmental enforcement policies, global warming, promoting renewable/clean energy, product safety, nuclear safety, medical safety, auto safety/quality, pesticide safety, insurance reforms, campaign finance/ethics issues, improving state government agency operations and fair trade policies. We have trained over 300 interns and have worked with/mentored numerous grassroots organizations.

  • American Gateways

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    2300 W. Commerce Street
    Suite 313
    San Antonio, TX 78207

    Phone: (210) 521-4768 ext. 232
    E-mail: claudiag@americangateways.org
    Website: http://www.americangateways.org/

    Service Description: American Gateways is the only nonprofit in the state to provide legal orientation, immigration workshops, and pro bono legal representation at four immigrant detention facilities. Our Austin office serves the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor, Texas. Our San Antonio office serves the South Texas Detention Complex in Pearsall, Texas, the Karnes County Residential Center for families in Karnes City, Texas, and the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas.

    American Gateways is also one of the largest immigration legal services providers in Texas. Our clients receive culturally sensitive, trauma-informed legal representation from start to finish of a case. Our staff are experts in the areas of: Asylum, Violence Against Women's Act (VAWA) Petitions, T Visas, U Visas, Representation before the San Antonio Immigration Court, Permanent Residency and Naturalization, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Family-based Petitions.

  • Each One Teach One

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address: 815 El Monte Blvd

    Phone: (210) 320-1287
    E-mail: JudyF@eotosa.org
    Website: http://eotosa.org/

    Service Description: Each One Teach One vision is to enable functionally illiterate, out-of-school teens and adults to reach their educational and personal goals and to strengthen those who are economically and socially disadvantaged. Their mission is to improve the literacy levels of San Antonio's adult population through individualized curricula and one-on-one tutoring.

  • Ella Austin Community Center

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    1023 N. Pine St.
    San Antonio TX
    78202

    Phone: (210) 224-2351
    Email: devans@ellaaustin.sa.org
    Website: https://ellaaustin.org/

    Service Description: The Ella Austin Community Center promotes healthy life styles, leadership skills, and self-sufficiency to individuals and families across the life span by providing multiple, integrated services that meet the needs of San Antonio and Bexar County area.

  • Fit for the Fight (FTF)

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    P.O. Box 904
    Cibolo, TX
    78108

    Phone: (210) 241-9496
    Email: jbigley@f4tf.com
    Website: http://www.f4tf.com/

    Service Description: Fit for the Fight offers veterans and first responders mentorship to support the healing process from challenges incurred while serving our country and its vision is to instill success, camaraderie, and continued service in our members and their families.

  • La Casita del Saber of Incarnate Word

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    830 W. Mulbery St
    San Antonio, TX
    78212

    Phone: (210) 733-5467
    E-mail: cynthia.bossard@amormeus.org
    Website: http://lacasitadelsabersa.wixsite.com/lacasitadelsabersa

    Service Description: La Casita Del Saber address the needs and concerns of economically poor women and children by helping them achieve greater self-sufficiency and independence through Education which offers year-round, one-on-one tutoring and small group classes in GED preparation (English/Spanish), English as a Second Language, computer skills training, college prep and college-level tutoring as well as academic and financial aid advisement.

  • Martinez Street Women’s Center

    Type of Organization: Environmental

    Address: 801 North Olive Street

    Phone: (210) 908-9772
    Email: lvaldes@mswomenscenter.org
    Website: http://mswomenscenter.org/

    Service Description: The Martinez Street Women's Center transforms communities through women and girls by providing access to vital health services, quality education, and advocacy. We envision a world where women and girls achieve empowerment, equality, and justice. Girl Zone program is a free empowerment program for girls in elementary and middle school who lack opportunities simply because of the zip code that they live in and Community Health Program meets the urgent needs of our community-members by increasing access to preventative health services and enhancing the knowledge and awareness of health issues.

  • San Antonio Cultural Arts

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    2120 El Paso St.
    San Antonio, TX
    78207

    Phone: (210) 226-7466
    E-mail: info@sananto.org
    Website: http://www.sananto.org/

    Service Description: San Antonio Cultural Arts organizes various events, including a Dia de los Muertos Barrio procession, mural tours, youth programming, and the Huevos Rancheros Fundraising Gala. To build a community where people have the opportunity to realize their creative abilities, interpret their culture and heritage through their own unique vision, and to cultivate and showcase the talent of residents living in San Antonio's West side.

  • The Mission Continues

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    1141 South 7th Street
    St. Louis, MO
    63104

    Phone: (314) 588-8805
    E-mail: info@missioncontinues.org
    Website: https://missioncontinues.org/

    Service Description: The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve.

  • Witte Museum

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    3801 Broadway St.
    San Antonio TX
    78209

    Phone: (210) 357-1900
    Email: aaronguerrero@wittemuseum.org
    Website: https://www.wittemuseum.org/

    Service Description: The Witte Museum promotes lifelong learning through innovative exhibitions, programs, and collections in natural history, science and South Texas heritage. Lifelong learning is demonstrated in our daily activities, both inside and outside the museum. The Witte Museum embraces its venerable history, at the same time showing a bold front symbolizing the community's future.

  • Women’s Global Connection

    Type of Organization: Civic Participation

    Address:
    4503 Broadway
    San Antonio, TX
    78209

    Phone:
    (210) 828-2224 ext. 297
    E-mail: wgcinsa@gmail.com
    Website: https://www.womensglobalconnection.org/

    Service Description: Women's Global Connection's mission is to promote the learning and leadership capacity of women locally and globally to strengthen families and communities and work for transformative change by fostering innovative partnerships that support catalytic projects linking women and girls to education, technology, and business opportunities.

  • Franklin Apartment Management

    Type of Organization: Homelessness/Housing

    Address:
    21260 Gathering Oak
    #101
    San Antonio, TX
    78260

    Phone: (210) 694-2223
    E-mail: (waiting for a reply)
    Website: http://www.franklincompanies.com/

    Service Description: The Franklin Companies are committed to developing, building, and managing, exceptional housing communities and teats its residents with dignity and respect.

  • Housing Authority of the City of San Antonio

    Type of Organization: Homelessness/Housing

    Address:
    818 South Flores
    San Antonio, TX
    78204

    Phone: (210) 477-6262
    E-mail: (waiting for a reply)
    Website: https://www.saha.org/

    Service Description: The San Antonio Housing Authority provides quality affordable housing that is well integrated into the fabric of neighborhoods and serves as a foundation to improve lives and advance resident independence.

  • SAMMinistries

    Type of Organization: Homelessness/Housing

    Address:
    1919 NW Loop 410
    Suite 100
    San Antonio, TX
    78213

    Phone: (210) 340-0302
    E-mail: hope@samm.org
    Website: https://www.samm.org/

    Service Description: SAMMinistries is an interfaith ministry whose mission is to help the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless attain self-sufficiency by offering, with dignity and compassion, shelter, housing, and services. SAMMinistries also provides volunteers opportunities to be renewed and fulfilled as they serve.

  • San Antonio Inner City Development

    Type of Organization: Homelessness/Housing

    Address:
    1300 Chihuahua
    San Antonio, Texas
    78207

    Phone: (210) 224-7239
    E-mail: marivel_resendes@saha.org
    Website: https://www.innercitydevelopment.org/

    Service Description: SATX INNER CITY DEVELOPMENT is a nonprofit, community-based organization that responds to emergency, educational, and recreational needs of the neighborhood on the near Westside of San Antonio in the vicinity of the Alazan-Apache Public Housing Project. It has been operating in this area, the economically poorest area of Bexar County, since 1968. The mission of the organization is to lift the dignity of the individual. This is done by providing critical, supportive, basic life services and inspiring persons to participate in the betterment of their neighborhood through volunteerism. With the exception of one part-time administrative assistant, the organization is run by an all-volunteer staff and administration.

  • Visitation House of Incarnate Word

    Type of Organization: Homelessness/Housing

    Address:
    P.O. Box 12074
    San Antonio, TX
    78212

    Phone: (210) 735-6910
    E-mail: cynthia.bossard@amormeus.org
    Website: https://visitationhouseministries.org/

    Service Description: The mission of Visitation House is to address the needs and concerns of economically poor women and children. To assist the homeless single mothers and to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness in their lives and the lives of their children, it offers the opportunity, time, and resources to acquire the education and training necessary to achieve and maintain long-term employment and economic self- sufficiency.

  • Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio

    Type of Organization: Religious Service

    Address:
    202 W. French Place
    San Antonio, Texas
    78212

    Phone: (210) 222-1294
    Email: info@ccaosa.org
    Website: https://ccaosa.org/

    Service Description: The mission of Catholic Charities is to provide for the needs of our community through selfless service under the sign of love. Committed to empowering individuals and families with the goal of fostering independence, we provide over 25 bilingual and culturally sensitive programs in 19 counties throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio without regard to gender, race, creed, religion, disability, national origin, or socioeconomic status. For more information about volunteering opportunities.

  • Cristian Assistance Ministries (CAM)

    Type of Organization: Religious Service

    Address:
    110 McCullough
    San Antonio, TX
    78215

    Phone: (210) 223-4099
    E-mail: skory@cam-sa.org
    Website: http://christianassistanceministry.org/

    Service Description: Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing immediate assistance and encouragement to people in crisis. Every person who comes to CAM, regardless of beliefs, is considered a child of God. Help is extended to all clients through the distribution of food, clothing, financial assistance, or by referrals to other agencies, prayer and a listening ear.

  • Dialogue Institute of the Southwest

    Type of Organization: Religious Service

    Address:
    4337 Vance Jackson Rd.
    San Antonio, TX
    78230

    Phone: (210) 377-1110
    E-mail: sanantonio@thedialoginstitute.org
    Website: http://www.thedialoginstitute.org/sa/

    Service Description: The mission of Dialogue institute of the Southwest is to promote mutual understanding, respect, and cooperation among people of diverse faiths and cultures by creating opportunities for direct communication and meaningful shared experiences. Additionally, the vision of this organization to balance dignity in the society where everyone can view and treat each other with dignity.

  • The Jewish Federation of San Antonio

    Type of Organization: Religious Service

    Address:
    12500 NW Military Hwy
    Suite 200
    San Antonio, TX
    78231

    Phone: (210) 302-6960
    E-mail: jewishfederation@jfsatx.org
    Website: https://www.jfsatx.org/

    Service Description: The Jewish Federation of San Antonio is the coordinating and convening body dedicated to building Jewish community, to nurturing the quality of Jewish life, and to securing a favorable Jewish future in San Antonio, Israel and worldwide. Inspired by Jewish religious teachings, Federation embodies a primary commitment to klal yisrael (the responsibility of each Jew for another), to tzedakah (justice, charity, and righteousness), to tikkun olam (the process of repairing the world), and to the centrality of Israel to the Jewish people. In partnership with other Jewish institutions, the Federation promotes the advancement of Jewish learning and culture and seeks to perpetuate the values, practices and religious traditions that enrich Jewish life.

  • Society of Saint Vincent De Paul of SA

    Type of Organization: Religious Service

    Address:
    1 Haven for Hope Way
    San Antonio, TX
    78207

    Phone: (210) 225-7837
    E-mail: info@svdpsa.org
    Website: https://svdpsa.org/

    Service Description: Today, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of the Archdiocese of San Antonio involves over 2,000 dedicated Vincentian members and other committed SVDP volunteers who serve children, families and individuals in need. Through our 68 conferences that are located in or near Catholic parishes throughout the community, Vincentians identify need and provide a wide variety of services for basic needs such as food, clothing, rent, furniture, prescription medicine and utility assistance. Person-to person assistance is at the core of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Vincentians also visit the homes of those they assist. Through the home visit, Vincentians determine how to best help the individual or family in crisis. The home visit is a trademark of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. In addition, our San Antonio SVDP Central Office staff provides more than 400,000 meals annually to the homeless and offers food service job training at St Vinnys Bistro® at the Haven for Hope homeless campus. Our small staff is responsible for direct services to those most in need as well as overseeing and supporting the 68 conference sites.

  • San Antonio Food Bank

    Type of Organization: Hunger/Nutrition

    Address:
    5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy.
    San Antonio, TX
    78227

    Phone: (210) 337-3663
    Email: info@safoodbank.org
    Website: https://safoodbank.org/

    Service Description: The San Antonio Food Bank provides food and grocery products to more than 530 partner agencies in 16 counties throughout Southwest Texas. In FY2015, the San Antonio Food Bank provided nearly 62-million pounds of food. The mission of the SAFB is to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy.

  • Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    123 Ralph Avenue
    San Antonio, TX
    78204

    Phone: (210) 436-0686
    Email: info@begreatsa.org
    Website: http://www.begreatsa.org/

    Service Description: Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio serves youth through a variety of after-school and summer programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development.

    Our mission is to inspire youth, especially those who need us most, to achieve their full potential in a safe, positive and engaging environment that promotes education, health and character development. Our vision is to empower youth today to build a better tomorrow.

  • Healy-Murphy Center

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address: 618 Live Oak St.
    San Antonio, TX
    78202

    Phone: (210) 223-2944
    E-mail: slindholm@healymurphy.org
    Website: http://www.healymurphy.org/

    Service Description: The vision of Healy-Murphy Center is to provide compassionate service to youth in crisis by focusing on individualized education in a non-traditional high school setting, early childhood development, and essential support services. Also, its vision is to ensure that young people in crisis will be able to receive a high-quality education and compassionate care in safe, support environment.

  • Restore Education

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    1903 San Pedro Avenue
    San Antonio, TX
    78212

    Phone: (210) 432-6123
    E-mail: info@restoreeducation.org
    Website: https://restoreeducation.com/

    Service Description: Our mission is to transform the at-risk youth of San Antonio into successful college and career-ready students so that they can achieve the future they deserve as self-supporting adults, role models as parents, and as contributing members of the community.

  • San Antonio Early Childhood Education Municipal Development Corporation

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    1323 Brookstone
    San Antonio, TX
    78248

    Phone: (210) 306-4510
    Email: cindy@littlevineyard.org
    Website: www.littlevineyardtx.com

    Service Description: Learning Center, creative art, science, reading, blocks, and manipulative equipment that focuses on developing your child’s imagination, language skills, social skills, and motor skills. Christian Atmosphere, our staff brings the love of the lord into the classroom by sharing Bible stories and songs. Pre-K school worship is led by the pastoral staff in the sanctuary (families welcome to attend). Special Guest, at Little Vineyard Preschool we invite community professionals, such as – dentists, doctors, firefighters, and other positive role models. If you have a career or interest to share with us, please let us know! We welcome parent participation in our programs and your children will be proud to have you in class.

  • San Antonio Youth

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    1215 W. Poplar St.
    San Antonio, TX
    78201

    Phone: (210) 223-3131
    Email: youthbuild@sanantonioyouth.org
    Website: https://sanantonioyouth.org/

    Service Description: SA Youth is focused on getting an education and preparing for the world of work. It supports low-income children stay in school and helping young adults who have quit school gain a second chance through high-school credit recovery and workforce training. In addition, they support youth in highly distressed neighborhoods achieve life success through hard work, determination and opportunities to excel. SA Youth empowers youth to make positive decisions for life. SA Youth has been passionately dedicated to serving the youth in our community. Determined to keep kids off the street, out of trouble, and engaged in the learning process. SA Youth, provides safe and productive out of school time programs and provide high school dropouts a second chance to succeed.

  • San Antonio Youth Literacy

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    1616 E. Commerce
    San Antonio, TX
    78205

    Phone: (210) 299-1533
    E-mail: info@sayl.org
    Website: http://sayl.org/

    Service Description: San Antonio Youth Literacy provides one-on-one reading assistance to elementary school children. It increases the number of children reading at grade level while fostering their enjoyment of reading. Volunteer Reading Tutors are recruited and trained to work one-on-one with students who are reading below grade level. Its vision is that every child in South Texas enters 3rd grade reading at level.

  • Southwest ISD

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    11914 Dragon Ln.
    San Antonio, TX
    78252

    Phone: (210) 622-3400
    E-mail: mhuizar@swisd.net
    Website: http://www.swisd.net/

    Service Description:

    • Mission: Southwest Independent School District will identify and develop the potential of all individuals.
    • Vision: Southwest Independent School District will be the leader in educational innovation.
  • St. Gregory the Great Catholic School 

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    700 Dewhurst Rd.
    San Antonio, TX
    78213

    Phone: (210) 342-0281
    E-mail: rosalinda.ortiz@stgregorys.net
    Website: https://www.stgregorysa.org/

    Service Description: Our Mission – We, the faith community of St. Gregory the Great Catholic School, in keeping with the Catholic tradition, nurture in our children and one another, spiritual, personal and academic growth through prayer and Christ-like service. St. Gregory the Great Catholic School endorses its educational ministry through the three objectives of personal spirituality, social justice, and a strong academic program in accordance with Catholic values. This commitment extends to building Christian community and to fostering Christian service. We endeavor to promote the development of each child according to his/her spiritual growth and intellectual aptitude. We partner with the family in the education and foundation of the whole child.

  • St. PJ's Children's Home

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    919 Mission Rd.
    San Antonio, TX
    78210

    Phone: Belinda Herrera - (210) 531-8592
    E-mail: volunteer@stpjhome.org
    Website: http://www.stpjhome.org/

    Service Description: The mission of St. PJ’s is to be a safe and loving refuge for children in crisis and to accompany them on their journey to healing and wholeness, breaking the cycle of abuse and neglect, one child at a time.

  • Young Women's Leadership Academy

    Type of Organization: Youth

    Address:
    2123 W Huisache Ave.
    San Antonio, TX
    78201

    Phone: (210) 438-6525
    E-mail: rdehoyos@saisd.net
    Website: https://schools.saisd.net/page/023.homepage

    Service Description: At the Young Women's Leadership Academy, we believe that 100 percent of our students will graduate prepared to enroll and complete college, becoming active participants in their community. We provide students with a college preparatory curriculum and offerings that enrich students’ overall competitiveness and challenge students to engage in deeper independent learning experiences outside of the classroom. Additionally, students receive the necessary support systems to ensure all students experience academic and personal growth. Students work collaboratively to refine their leadership skills through a variety of community service learning experiences with a focus on healthy personal decision-making. Our extracurricular offerings include several student-led and special-interest clubs. These programs support the Academy's commitment to educating the whole child and to developing our leaders daily.

  • BAMC, Health Promotion

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    3551 Roger Brooke Drive
    San Antonio, TX
    78234

    Phone: (210) 916-5388
    E-mail: jennifer.a.slack.civ@mail.mil
    Website: https://www.bamc.health.mil/

    Service Description: Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is proud to provide safe, quality care to our military service members, their families, veterans and civilian emergency patients as the most robust and productive healthcare organization within the Military Health System (MHS). Both inpatient and outpatient services are provided by approximately 8,500 staff members, including active duty military personnel from each of our uniformed services, Public Health personnel, federal civilians, contract employees, and volunteers.

  • CHRISTUS Health

    Type of Organization: Health

    Address: 2827 Babcock Road, San Antonio, TX 78229

    Phone: (210) 703-8006
    E-mail: peggy.swanstrom@christushealth.org
    Website: https://www.christushealth.org/santa-rosa/giving/adult-volunteer-program

    Service Description: CHRISTUS HEALTH, a Catholic health ministry, will be a leader, a partner and an advocate in the creation of innovative health and wellness solutions that improve the lives of individuals and communities so that all may experience God's healing presence and love.

  • CommuniCare Health Center

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    3066 East Commerce
    San Antonio, TX
    78220

    Phone: (210) 233-7000
    E-mail: patientinquiry@communicaresa.org
    Website: https://www.communicaresa.org/

    Service Description: Mission, to improve the health of those we serve with a commitment to excellence in all we do. Vision, be the premier primary health care system of choice. Commit to Service Excellence, we strive for excellence in all we do. We hold ourselves to a very high standard of performance. We prize innovative ideas and the teamwork it takes to make them realities. We never stop asking ourselves how we can make our patient's experience better, and every day, we strive to find an answer.

  • Half Helen Foundation

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    6405 South Interstate 35
    Austin, TX
    78744

    Phone: (512) 299-1353
    E-mail: carissa@halfhelen.org
    Website: http://halfhelen.org/

    Service Description: Vision: we envision a future where children, families, and communities are free of preventable health conditions. Mission: we exist to improve children's vision and hearing through an innovative delivery of care. Values: we value: health, early detection, family, education, opportunity, integrity, community, and equity.

  • Los Quijotes of San Antonio-Ambassador of Health

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    343 West Houston Street
    San Antonio, TX
    78205

    Phone: (210) 415-8420
    Email: mdb0469@yahoo.com
    Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/losquijotessanantonio

    Service Description: Quijotes of San Antonio is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization comprised of a missionary team of medical professionals and humanitarians who travel to Mexico on a yearly trip to provide health services to the indigent.

    Potential Mission team members are invited by the Board of Directors to participate after showing interest in the organizations' mission.

  • The Village at Incarnate Word

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    4707 Broadway Street
    San Antonio, TX
    78209

    Phone: (210) 829-7561
    Email: info@iwretire.org
    Website: www.iwretire.org

    Service Description: Our mission is to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to all those we serve. Our commitment is to show respect for the whole person at every stage of life, focusing on the unique needs of elderly adults. We provide a continuum of care, housing and services while offering compassion, comfort and opportunities for spiritual growth.

  • Touchstone Communities

    Type of Organization: Health/Fitness

    Address:
    250 West Nottingham Drive
    Ste. 200
    San Antonio, TX
    78209

    Phone: (210) 828-5686
    E-mail: info@touchstone-communities,com
    Website: https://www.touchstone-communities.com/

    Service Description: Purpose: To glorify God. We will honor Him through our thoughts and actions in caring for people every day. Vision: To be the dynamic network of premier healthcare communities devoted to excellence through quality and integrity. Mission: To deliver compassionate care through innovative approaches while creating family partnerships, one generation at a time.

  • LiftFund

    Type of Organization: Economic Opportunity

    Address:
    2007 West Martin Street
    San Antonio, TX
    78207

    Phone: (888) 215-2373
    E-mail: info@liftfund.com
    Website: https://southcarolina.liftfund.com/

    Service Description: The Mission of LiftFund is to provide credit and services to small businesses and entrepreneurs who do not have access to loans from commercial sources and to provide leadership and innovation to the microlending industry. Community Microlending & CDFI Loans. LiftFund is a designated community development financial institution, or CDFI. CDFI's are working in communities across the United States to provide affordable, responsible credit, create and sustain jobs, and to stabilize communities. CDFI loans finance community businesses, including small businesses, microenterprises, nonprofit organizations, commercial real estate, and affordable housing.

  • Portfolio Residence Services

    Type of Organization: Economic Opportunity

    Address:
    3701 Kirby Drive
    Ste. 860
    Houston, TX
    77098

    Phone: (713) 808-1988
    E-mail: info@portfolioresidentservices.org
    Website: www.portfolioresidentservices.org

    Service Description: Our Resident Services Coordinators engage residents with a combination of high quality programs which aim to enhance the lives of your residents and improve your community overall. Pulse Points, these programs include over 150 programs covering foundational topics vital to resident and property growth. Some examples include: Budgeting, Credit Counseling, Crime Watch, House Keeping, Energy & Water Conservation, After School Club, Resume & Job Search Assistance and much more. Our coordinators utilize these programs to ensure that every property receives the very best programming we have to offer.