Since 2016, our charity partner list has been growing to help serve a person in need of car repairs
Our mission is brought forth by addressing the social determinants of health through a trauma-informed care lens. The social determinants of health are where people live, learn, work, play, and age. They are broken into the five categories as set by HealthyPeople 2020/2030: economic stability, education, health and health care, neighborhood and built environment, and social and community context.
Christ Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church, San Antonio is a loving and welcoming church family, centrally located in the historic Monte Vista District of San Antonio, Texas. Our sanctuary is one of the most peaceful and beautiful churches in the country, but the real beauty of our church is our people. We are a large church, but with a small, familial feel and lots of ways to become involved.
At Crosspoint, we want to Engage Culture in a way that shows God is relevant to people, so we can introduce them to Jesus. Everyone desire to be part of something bigger than themselves. We all have a deep longing to make a difference. By Enabling People to Serve, they feel values and our ministry is so much stronger.
Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas
Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas was founded as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving children affected by the loss of a loved one. Our story began with one free peer support group serving 19 families.Today we serve thousands of children, caregivers, and community members every year through ongoing support groups, individual and family counseling, and professional education and training programs.
Folds of Honor
Folds of Honor began when Lieutenant Colonel Dan Rooney was coming home from his second tour in Iraq. Folds of Honor's mission is to provide scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members. The first Folds of Honor scholarship recipient was Jacob Bucklin in 2007.
Family Violence Prevention Services
The mission of Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. is to break the cycle of violence and to strengthen families by providing the necessary tools for self-sufficiency through delivery of emergency shelter, effective therapy, parenting education, housing and specialized intervention with children, youth, the elderly, including services for those who perpetrate the abuse
Home Intervention Services
H.O.M.E. Intervention Service is a non profit organization with the primary goal of providing resources to the formerly incarcerated and our community. We endeavor to provide intervention services to clients who are on bond or on community supervision by removing obstacles and providing support before they re-offend and land in prison.
Respite Care of San Antonio, Inc. was founded in 1987 to provide support for families caring for a child or loved one with developmental disabilities. The original mission, to enhance the stability and nurturing opportunities of these families, is fulfilled through the provision of community based and overnight shelter services designed to give short-term relief to participating parents. In 1997 the mission expanded to provide care for children with special needs from throughout the state who have been taken into protective custody as a result of abuse and neglect.
Gordan Hartman Foundation
Gordon Hartman Family Foundation is dedicated to help bring about positive transformation in the lives of our friends with special needs, their families and caregivers. We strive to achieve this by investing our financial support, our time and our energy into organizations that serve individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities.
Meals on Wheels
Our mission is to promote the dignity and independence of seniors who are in need of nutritious meals, companionship, and Alzheimer’s care.
Our vision is to eliminate hunger, alleviate isolation, and foster independence among seniors, in partnership with volunteers and the community.
Nourishing lives, Enabling independence, Caring for our seniors
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Family Service of San Antonio (JFS) strives to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families of all ages, faiths, and backgrounds in San Antonio and the surrounding area, through social, psychological, health and educational programs guided by Jewish values of "repairing the world" and "taking responsibility for each other".
At Revolution Church, we believe that Jesus changes lives. We are passionate about life and living it to the fullest. We are here to help you build your life on Jesus' foundational truths found in His Word, and restore hope and purpose, just as He originally designed the church to do. We share the gospel in ways people can relate to personally, there’s a connection that brings revelation, opening up their lives and setting them free.
Restore Education is a local 501(C)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of individuals, their families, and our community through education. Our mission is to restore individuals' potential for success on their path to college and career through the transformative power of education.
Workforce Solutions Alamo - Youth Empowerment Services
Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) Youth Empowerment Services! (YES) offers no-cost services to eligible youth between the ages of 16-24 gain the necessary education, training, and skills needed to enter the workforce and meet employer needs. Funding through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is designed to help job seekers secure the employment, education, training and support services necessary to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.
Our mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. We accomplish our mission by: praying for young people. Going where kids are and building personal relationships with them. Earning the right to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Providing fun, adventurous, life-changing and skill-building experiences. Inviting kids to personally respond to the Good News and walking in friendship with them regardless of their response. Working in community alongside like-minded adults (volunteer leaders, committee members, donors and staff).