United Way Giving Guide

At United Way, we Live United® by working every day to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another. We invest in the following services and programs:

We believe that every man, woman, and child deserves an opportunity for a good life. This means our children have a safe and healthy start in life; our students stay in school and graduate; we do all we can to strengthen individual and family well-being; and we provide a safety net of emergency disaster assistance for our neighbors in need.

Below is an alphabetized list of our current non-profit partners.  For a printable version, click here.

[205]   Alpha Home  210.735.3822 – Provides spiritually-based substance abuse treatment and support to individuals and their families to prepare them to become more productive members of society.

[530]   American Heart Association  210.810.3100 – Fights heart disease and stroke by offering education programs in schools, workplaces, and the general community.

[101]   American Red Cross, San Antonio Chapter  210.224.5151 – Provides relief to victims of disaster, provides services to armed forces, and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

[210]   Any Baby Can of San Antonio  210.227.0170 – Provides case management, counseling, crisis funding, and information and referral to families with children facing serious health challenges, developmental disabilities, and chronic illness.

[215]   Arc of San Antonio, The  210.490.4300 – Provides support and case management for caregivers of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, thereby enhancing the quality of life for the entire family.

[740]   Autism Community Network  210.435.1000 – Provides autism diagnostic services, referrals to resources, and education and training for parents, family members, and caregivers of children with autism.

[300]   AVANCE – San Antonio  210.220.1788 – Through education and family support services, AVANCE strengthens the family unit and promotes school readiness in young children by equipping parents to become their child’s first teacher.

[635]   Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio  210.302.6820 – Provides social service, educational, recreational, and cultural programs for infants six weeks of age through senior adults.

[305]   Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas  210.225.6322 – Matches vulnerable children with caring volunteer mentors who help children develop the assets needed to become productive, contributing, successful adults.

[310]   Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council  210.341.8611 – Provides youth development programs that offer character and leadership development, citizenship training and personal and mental fitness.

[315]   Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio  210.436.0686 –  Offers programs that address today’s most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed and become productive, responsible citizens.

[320]  Boysville  210.659.1901 – Provides emergency shelter for children 0-17 who, due to abuse, neglect, or family disruption, cannot live with their families. Provides cradle to college programming including emergency, residential, foster care, and supervised independent living for children, 0-23, who cannot remain in their homes due to abuse, neglect or family disruption.

[220]   Brighton Center  210.826.4492 – Provides early intervention services for families of young children with developmental disabilities and/or delays.  Services include counseling, therapy, and developmental activities to help children grow and develop to their highest potential.

[330]   Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio  210.222.1294 – Provides a range of social services including assistance with food and clothing, parenting education, maternity shelter, senior/youth services, tax preparation assistance, and guardianship/money management services.

[600]   CentroMed 210.334.3700 – Provides medical, dental, behavioral health, social, and nutritional services to economically disadvantaged, homeless, and medically underserved persons.

[570]   Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) 210.225.7070 – Volunteers improve the lives of abused and neglected children in state protective custody by advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes.

[225]   Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP)  210.671.5411 – Offers camping experiences for individuals with special needs in a medically safe environment and respite services for families and caregivers.

[545]   Children’s Hospital of San Antonio  210.704.2526 – Serves health and psychosocial needs of children and families with chronic and complex medical conditions including cancer, asthma, and diabetes.

[340]   Children’s Shelter, The  210.212.2500 – Provides care to abused and neglected children removed from their homes and offers programs to teach parents self-sufficiency and nurturing approaches for raising children.

[560]   ChildSafe  210.675.9000 – Provides services to meet the needs of child victims of abuse and their supportive families, including crisis services, counseling, education, training, and off-site activities.

[670]   Christian Assistance Ministry  210.223.4099 – Provides food, clothing, financial assistance for utilities, and referrals for people in crisis.

[500]   Chrysalis Ministries, Inc.  299.4540 – Assists the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated by providing skills training, consistent support, and the necessary tools and resources to begin the transformation into productive, law-abiding citizens.

[735]   CI-NOW (Community Information-NOW)  562.5500 – A collaboration of public, private, and nonprofit organizations working together to build neighborhood assets, quality community information systems, and greater access to community technology centers.

[290]   Clarity Child Guidance Center  616.0300 – Helps children, adolescents, and families overcome the disabling effects of mental illness and improve their ability to function at home, school, and in the community.

[825]   Comal County United Way – Serving residents of Comal County.

[350]   Communities in Schools of San Antonio  520.8440 – School-based dropout prevention programs that focus on helping students improve their attendance, behavior, and grades, empowering them to stay in school and succeed in life.

[450]   Crosspoint, Inc.  225.0864 – Provides a structured behavioral health program for adults referred from the criminal justice system to facilitate progress toward self-sufficiency and successful community reintegration.

[410]   Daughters of Charity Services of San Antonio  334.2300 – Provides affordable and accessible primary health care, dental care, health education, child development programs, and utility assistance  to economically disadvantaged families.

[690]   Eastside Promise Zone  210.352.7000  – A neighborhood effort revitalizing the Eastside of San Antonio through high quality schools and early childhood centers, improved graduation rates, and engaged residents/parents who are co-constructing the new Eastside.

[610]   Ella Austin Community Center  210.224.2351 – Provides child development programs, after-school activities, and meals and activities for seniors.

[662]   Endeavors (formerly Family Endeavors, Inc.)  210.431.6466 – Provides an array of programs and services to help formerly homeless individuals struggling with chronic mental illness become self-sufficient.

[615]   Family Service Association of San Antonio  210.299.2400 – Addresses issues of education success, family well-being, child abuse, substance abuse, successful transition through school, and independent living for seniors.

[565]   Family Violence Prevention Services (formerly Battered Women and Children’s Shelter of Bexar County) 210.733.8810 – Provides safe shelter and transition to self-sufficiency for victims of family violence.

[360] Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas 210.349.2404 – Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

[415] Good Samaritan Community Services 210.434.5531 – Provides life-changing services for economically disadvantaged individuals including childcare, after-school and summer enrichment, college and career preparation, senior support, and adult life skills.

[245] Goodwill Industries of San Antonio 210.924.8581 – Helps change lives through the power of work by providing career training, job placement, and wrap-around services to those with barriers to employment.

[620] Greater Randolph Area Services Program (GRASP) 210.658.6351 – Provides help with rent, utilities, medicine, clothing, shelter, fuel, and emergency food. Offers seniors congregate meals, homebound meals, medical transportation, and daily social activities.

[800] Guadalupe County United Way – Serving residents of Guadalupe County.

[630]   Haven for Hope  210.220.2100 – Provides hope and new beginnings for men, women, and children experiencing homelessness.  Offers residential care and comprehensive services to enable people to transition from homelessness to housing.

[365]   Healy-Murphy Center  210.223.2944 – Accredited alternative education program that supports students by offering childcare, parenting, and child development classes and counseling, enabling them to receive a diploma or GED.

[455] Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons 210.734.5016 – Provides free, volunteer-assisted rides to medical/dental appointments for seniors in northwest San Antonio.

[640] Jewish Family Service of San Antonio 210.302.6920 – Provides individual, family and group counseling to overcome emotional trauma and mental disorders, and learn behaviors necessary to function as productive members of the community.

[550] Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston Youth Services 210.221.3502 – Helps young people develop social skills and build their self-esteem through recreational, instructional and athletic programs, after-school care, and pre-job training.

[585] Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland Youth Programs 210.671.2510 – Offers social, recreational and educational programs for base-affiliated youngsters. Sports before and after school, camps, and classes contribute to family and community morale and well-being.

[580] Joint Base San Antonio – Randolph Youth Activities 210.652.2088 – Provides before-school, after-school and summer day care and a diversified program for dependent children of base employees living near Randolph AFB.

[835]  Kerr County United Way – Serving residents of Kerr County.

[200] Lifetime Recovery 633.0201 – Offers targeted, evidence-based treatment for chemical dependency to medically indigent adults suffering from substance abuse and addiction, utilizing both residential and outpatient settings.

[645]   Madonna Neighborhood Center  210.432.2374 – Provides comprehensive services for families, with special emphasis on the socially and economically disadvantaged.

[665]   Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County  210.352.7058 – Provides leaders the opportunity to learn about issues and needs in San Antonio, while securing their commitment to serve the community through board service and volunteerism.

[605]   Meals on Wheels (formerly Christian Senior Services) 210.735.5115 – Promotes the dignity and independence of homebound seniors by providing Meals on Wheels, companionship, and  Alzheimer’s adult day care to thousands of seniors each year.

[255]   Mission Road Ministries  210.924.9265 – Helps children and adults with intellectual development disabilities achieve their full potential for independence, productivity, inclusion, acceptance, self-reliance, and quality of life.

[430]   Northeast Senior Assistance (NESA)  210.967.6372 – Provides free personal rides to medical appointments and grocery shopping for homebound seniors living in northeast San Antonio.

[650]   Presa Community Service Center 210.532.5295 – Empowers families to achieve self-sufficiency by providing emergency aid, senior and youth development programs, and mentoring and support for school success.

[575]   Rape Crisis Center, The 210.521.7273 – Provides comprehensive services to sexual assault survivors and their families and conducts sexual assault prevention education programs across Bexar County and surrounding areas.

[270]   Respite Care of San Antonio 210.737.1212 – Enhances the stability and nurturing capabilities of families of children with developmental disabilities and complex medical needs through community-based and emergency shelter services.

[285]   Ride Connect Texas (formerly Southwest Outreach for Older People)  210.558.0007 – Provides free, safe, reliable, volunteer-assisted transportation for underserved seniors and caregivers in south and west San Antonio, helping them stay healthy and connected to their community.

[260]   Rise Recovery 210.227.2634 – Helps teens, adults, and families overcome drug abuse by providing free counseling and coaching, youth leadership training, support groups, and activities.

[275]   Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives 210.340.8077 – Provides crisis intervention, treatment, and long-term residential services for children in crisis.

[425]   St. Paul Lutheran Child Development Center  210.534.8577 – Provides early childhood education for children recovering from abuse and neglect with an emphasis on nurturing their social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and spiritual development.

[385]   St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home  210.533.1203 – Provides emergency shelter and residential care for abused and neglected children.

[345]   SA Youth 210.223.3131 – Promotes academic success and lifelong learning for high-risk urban school children and high school drop-outs through fun and engaging programs.

[115]   Salvation Army, The  210.352.2000 – Provides emergency shelter, food, clothing, and disaster services for those in need.

[661]   SAMMinistries (San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries)  210.340.0302 – Through its Homeless Prevention Program, provides utility assistance for those on the verge of becoming homeless.

[540]   San Antonio AIDS Foundation  210.225.4715 – Offers education and free HIV testing for youth and young adults at risk for HIV/AIDS and mental health services for people with HIV/AIDS.

[230]   San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse  210.225.4741 – Offers prevention, intervention, and treatment services for children and families, focusing on children who, due to family circumstances, are at a higher-than-average risk for drug use.

[125]   San Antonio Food Bank  210.337.3663 – Fights hunger in Bexar and fifteen surrounding counties through food distribution, education, and advocacy.  Offers free, bilingual diabetes education classes.

[745]   San Antonio Public Library Foundation, The  210.225.4728 – Provides the Literacy Caravan, a mobile classroom van, to promote family literacy, foster a love of reading, and connect families and young children with the San Antonio Public Library.

[370]   San Antonio Sports  210.820.2118 – Improves the health of local families through family-friendly physical activities to reduce the rates of obesity and diabetes in San Antonio.

[390]   Seton Home  210.533.3504 –  24-hour residential program that helps homeless, pregnant/parenting teens raise their children by providing medical, educational, recreational, parenting, and therapeutic services.

[675] Texas Diaper Bank 210.731.8118 – Provides basic necessities such as diapers and other baby essentials, incontinence products for seniors, and other services benefitting area families.

[395] ThriveWell Cancer Foundation 210.593.5949 – Provides life-saving transportation assistance to cancer patients who would otherwise be unable to get to and from their treatment and medical appointments.

[100]   United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County  210.352.7000 – Fights for safe and healthy children, successful students, strong individuals and families, and safety net services in every neighborhood of our community.

[130]   United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County Endowment and Legacy Fund – Insures long-term sustainability of funding for agency programs.

[901]   United Way – Ready Children – Ensures all children are happy, healthy and ready to enter kindergarten and succeed in school.

[902]   United Way – Strong Individuals and Families –  Provides individuals and families the opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency.

[905]   United Way – Successful Students – Helps school-age children grow, graduate and become successful adults.

[903]   United Way – Safety Net –  Supports emergency and disaster care services to help stabilize individuals and families, meeting their most immediate needs

[715]   United Way –  2-1-1 Help Line – Offers a free and confidential 24/7/365 telephone service for individuals and families that provides quick and easy access to information about health and human services.

[716]   United Way – Mission United – Connects active duty military, veterans, and family members to designated resources and advocates for those with unique needs.  This program serves those who have served.

[725]   United Way – Volunteer Center  210.352.7000 – Provides a clearinghouse for individuals and group volunteers. Refers volunteers to more than 1,000 programs in area nonprofit organizations. Helps United Way affiliated and unaffiliated organizations.

[904]   United Way – Women United – Mobilizes women who strengthen our community by investing in programs that positively impact children, families, and the future. Our signature cause is Childcare Scholarships.

[910]   United Way – Emerging Leaders Council – Young professionals who support United Way and see firsthand the difference they make impacting lives and creating lasting change in our local community.

[815]   United Way in Kendall County  – Serving residents of Kendall County.

[515]   USO San Antonio  210.227.9373 – Provides support services to deployed troops, military families, wounded warriors, their families, and families of the fallen.

[660] YMCA of Greater San Antonio 210.246.9622 – Provides youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility through state-licensed childcare and character-building youth development programs.

[405] Young Women’s Christian Association 210.228.9922 – Empowers children and youth to become productive and self-sufficient citizens by encouraging them to succeed in school and pursue higher education.

[205]   Alpha Home  210.735.3822 – Provides spiritually-based substance abuse treatment and support to individuals and their families to prepare them to become more productive members of society.

[530]   American Heart Association  210.810.3100 – Fights heart disease and stroke by offering education programs in schools, workplaces, and the general community.

[101]   American Red Cross, San Antonio Chapter  210.224.5151 – Provides relief to victims of disaster, provides services to armed forces, and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

[210]   Any Baby Can of San Antonio  210.227.0170 – Provides case management, counseling, crisis funding, and information and referral to families with children facing serious health challenges, developmental disabilities, and chronic illness.

[215]   Arc of San Antonio, The  210.490.4300 – Provides support and case management for caregivers of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, thereby enhancing the quality of life for the entire family.

[740]   Autism Community Network  210.435.1000 – Provides autism diagnostic services, referrals to resources, and education and training for parents, family members, and caregivers of children with autism.

[300]   AVANCE – San Antonio  210.220.1788 – Through education and family support services, AVANCE strengthens the family unit and promotes school readiness in young children by equipping parents to become their child’s first teacher.

[635]   Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio  210.302.6820 – Provides social service, educational, recreational, and cultural programs for infants six weeks of age through senior adults.

[305]   Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas  210.225.6322 – Matches vulnerable children with caring volunteer mentors who help children develop the assets needed to become productive, contributing, successful adults.

[310]   Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council  210.341.8611 – Provides youth development programs that offer character and leadership development, citizenship training and personal and mental fitness.

[315]   Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio  210.436.0686 –  Offers programs that address today’s most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed and become productive, responsible citizens.

[320]  Boysville  210.659.1901 – Provides emergency shelter for children 0-17 who, due to abuse, neglect, or family disruption, cannot live with their families. Provides cradle to college programming including emergency, residential, foster care, and supervised independent living for children, 0-23, who cannot remain in their homes due to abuse, neglect or family disruption.

[220]   Brighton Center  210.826.4492 – Provides early intervention services for families of young children with developmental disabilities and/or delays.  Services include counseling, therapy, and developmental activities to help children grow and develop to their highest potential.

[330]   Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio  210.222.1294 – Provides a range of social services including assistance with food and clothing, parenting education, maternity shelter, senior/youth services, tax preparation assistance, and guardianship/money management services.

[600]   CentroMed 210.334.3700 – Provides medical, dental, behavioral health, social, and nutritional services to economically disadvantaged, homeless, and medically underserved persons.

[570]   Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) 210.225.7070 – Volunteers improve the lives of abused and neglected children in state protective custody by advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes.

[225]   Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP)  210.671.5411 – Offers camping experiences for individuals with special needs in a medically safe environment and respite services for families and caregivers.

[545]   Children’s Hospital of San Antonio  210.704.2526 – Serves health and psychosocial needs of children and families with chronic and complex medical conditions including cancer, asthma, and diabetes.

[340]   Children’s Shelter, The  210.212.2500 – Provides care to abused and neglected children removed from their homes and offers programs to teach parents self-sufficiency and nurturing approaches for raising children.

[560]   ChildSafe  210.675.9000 – Provides services to meet the needs of child victims of abuse and their supportive families, including crisis services, counseling, education, training, and off-site activities.

[670]   Christian Assistance Ministry  210.223.4099 – Provides food, clothing, financial assistance for utilities, and referrals for people in crisis.

[500]   Chrysalis Ministries, Inc.  299.4540 – Assists the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated by providing skills training, consistent support, and the necessary tools and resources to begin the transformation into productive, law-abiding citizens.

[735]   CI-NOW (Community Information-NOW)  562.5500 – A collaboration of public, private, and nonprofit organizations working together to build neighborhood assets, quality community information systems, and greater access to community technology centers.

[290]   Clarity Child Guidance Center  616.0300 – Helps children, adolescents, and families overcome the disabling effects of mental illness and improve their ability to function at home, school, and in the community.

[825]   Comal County United Way – Serving residents of Comal County.

[350]   Communities in Schools of San Antonio  520.8440 – School-based dropout prevention programs that focus on helping students improve their attendance, behavior, and grades, empowering them to stay in school and succeed in life.

[450]   Crosspoint, Inc.  225.0864 – Provides a structured behavioral health program for adults referred from the criminal justice system to facilitate progress toward self-sufficiency and successful community reintegration.

[410]   Daughters of Charity Services of San Antonio  334.2300 – Provides affordable and accessible primary health care, dental care, health education, child development programs, and utility assistance  to economically disadvantaged families.

[690]   Eastside Promise Zone  210.352.7000  – A neighborhood effort revitalizing the Eastside of San Antonio through high quality schools and early childhood centers, improved graduation rates, and engaged residents/parents who are co-constructing the new Eastside.

[610]   Ella Austin Community Center  210.224.2351 – Provides child development programs, after-school activities, and meals and activities for seniors.

[662]   Endeavors (formerly Family Endeavors, Inc.)  210.431.6466 – Provides an array of programs and services to help formerly homeless individuals struggling with chronic mental illness become self-sufficient.

[615]   Family Service Association of San Antonio  210.299.2400 – Addresses issues of education success, family well-being, child abuse, substance abuse, successful transition through school, and independent living for seniors.

[565]   Family Violence Prevention Services (formerly Battered Women and Children’s Shelter of Bexar County) 210.733.8810 – Provides safe shelter and transition to self-sufficiency for victims of family violence.

[360]   Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas 210.349.2404 – Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

[415]   Good Samaritan Community Services 210.434.5531 – Provides life-changing services for economically disadvantaged individuals including childcare, after-school and summer enrichment, college and career preparation, senior support, and adult life skills.

[245]   Goodwill Industries of San Antonio 210.924.8581 – Helps change lives through the power of work by providing career training, job placement, and wrap-around services to those with barriers to employment.

[620]   Greater Randolph Area Services Program (GRASP) 210.658.6351 – Provides help with rent, utilities, medicine, clothing, shelter, fuel, and emergency food. Offers seniors congregate meals, homebound meals, medical transportation, and daily social activities.

[800]   Guadalupe County United Way – Serving residents of Guadalupe County.

[630]   Haven for Hope  210.220.2100 – Provides hope and new beginnings for men, women, and children experiencing homelessness.  Offers residential care and comprehensive services to enable people to transition from homelessness to housing.

[365]   Healy-Murphy Center  210.223.2944 – Accredited alternative education program that supports students by offering childcare, parenting, and child development classes and counseling, enabling them to receive a diploma or GED.

[455]   Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons 210.734.5016 – Provides free, volunteer-assisted rides to medical/dental appointments for seniors in northwest San Antonio.

[640]   Jewish Family Service of San Antonio 210.302.6920 – Provides individual, family and group counseling to overcome emotional trauma and mental disorders, and learn behaviors necessary to function as productive members of the community.

[550]   Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston Youth Services 210.221.3502 – Helps young people develop social skills and build their self-esteem through recreational, instructional and athletic programs, after-school care, and pre-job training.

[585]   Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland Youth Programs 210.671.2510 – Offers social, recreational and educational programs for base-affiliated youngsters. Sports before and after school, camps, and classes contribute to family and community morale and well-being.

[580]   Joint Base San Antonio – Randolph Youth Activities 210.652.2088 – Provides before-school, after-school and summer day care and a diversified program for dependent children of base employees living near Randolph AFB.

[835]  Kerr County United Way – Serving residents of Kerr County.

[200]   Lifetime Recovery 633.0201 – Offers targeted, evidence-based treatment for chemical dependency to medically indigent adults suffering from substance abuse and addiction, utilizing both residential and outpatient settings.

[645]   Madonna Neighborhood Center  210.432.2374 – Provides comprehensive services for families, with special emphasis on the socially and economically disadvantaged.

[665]   Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County  210.352.7058 – Provides leaders the opportunity to learn about issues and needs in San Antonio, while securing their commitment to serve the community through board service and volunteerism.

[605]   Meals on Wheels (formerly Christian Senior Services) 210.735.5115 – Promotes the dignity and independence of homebound seniors by providing Meals on Wheels, companionship, and  Alzheimer’s adult day care to thousands of seniors each year.

[255]   Mission Road Ministries  210.924.9265 – Helps children and adults with intellectual development disabilities achieve their full potential for independence, productivity, inclusion, acceptance, self-reliance, and quality of life.

[430]   Northeast Senior Assistance (NESA)  210.967.6372 – Provides free personal rides to medical appointments and grocery shopping for homebound seniors living in northeast San Antonio.

[650]   Presa Community Service Center 210.532.5295 – Empowers families to achieve self-sufficiency by providing emergency aid, senior and youth development programs, and mentoring and support for school success.

[575]   Rape Crisis Center, The 210.521.7273 – Provides comprehensive services to sexual assault survivors and their families and conducts sexual assault prevention education programs across Bexar County and surrounding areas.

[270]   Respite Care of San Antonio 210.737.1212 – Enhances the stability and nurturing capabilities of families of children with developmental disabilities and complex medical needs through community-based and emergency shelter services.

[285]   Ride Connect Texas (formerly Southwest Outreach for Older People)  210.558.0007 – Provides free, safe, reliable, volunteer-assisted transportation for underserved seniors and caregivers in south and west San Antonio, helping them stay healthy and connected to their community.

[260]   Rise Recovery 210.227.2634 – Helps teens, adults, and families overcome drug abuse by providing free counseling and coaching, youth leadership training, support groups, and activities.

[275]   Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives 210.340.8077 – Provides crisis intervention, treatment, and long-term residential services for children in crisis.

[425]   St. Paul Lutheran Child Development Center  210.534.8577 – Provides early childhood education for children recovering from abuse and neglect with an emphasis on nurturing their social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and spiritual development.

[385]   St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home  210.533.1203 – Provides emergency shelter and residential care for abused and neglected children.

[345]   SA Youth 210.223.3131 – Promotes academic success and lifelong learning for high-risk urban school children and high school drop-outs through fun and engaging programs.

[115]   Salvation Army, The  210.352.2000 – Provides emergency shelter, food, clothing, and disaster services for those in need.

[661]   SAMMinistries (San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries)  210.340.0302 – Through its Homeless Prevention Program, provides utility assistance for those on the verge of becoming homeless.

[540]   San Antonio AIDS Foundation  210.225.4715 – Offers education and free HIV testing for youth and young adults at risk for HIV/AIDS and mental health services for people with HIV/AIDS.

[230]   San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse  210.225.4741 – Offers prevention, intervention, and treatment services for children and families, focusing on children who, due to family circumstances, are at a higher-than-average risk for drug use.

[125]   San Antonio Food Bank  210.337.3663 – Fights hunger in Bexar and fifteen surrounding counties through food distribution, education, and advocacy.  Offers free, bilingual diabetes education classes.

[745]   San Antonio Public Library Foundation, The  210.225.4728 – Provides the Literacy Caravan, a mobile classroom van, to promote family literacy, foster a love of reading, and connect families and young children with the San Antonio Public Library.

[370]   San Antonio Sports  210.820.2118 – Improves the health of local families through family-friendly physical activities to reduce the rates of obesity and diabetes in San Antonio.

[390]   Seton Home  210.533.3504 –  24-hour residential program that helps homeless, pregnant/parenting teens raise their children by providing medical, educational, recreational, parenting, and therapeutic services.

[675]   Texas Diaper Bank 210.731.8118 – Provides basic necessities such as diapers and other baby essentials, incontinence products for seniors, and other services benefitting area families.

[395]   ThriveWell Cancer Foundation 210.593.5949 – Provides life-saving transportation assistance to cancer patients who would otherwise be unable to get to and from their treatment and medical appointments.

[100]   United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County  210.352.7000 – Fights for safe and healthy children, successful students, strong individuals and families, and safety net services in every neighborhood of our community.

[130]   United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County Endowment and Legacy Fund – Insures long-term sustainability of funding for agency programs.

[901]   United Way – Ready Children – Ensures all children are happy, healthy and ready to enter kindergarten and succeed in school.

[902]   United Way – Strong Individuals and Families –  Provides individuals and families the opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency.

[905]   United Way – Successful Students – Helps school-age children grow, graduate and become successful adults.

[903]   United Way – Safety Net –  Supports emergency and disaster care services to help stabilize individuals and families, meeting their most immediate needs

[715]   United Way –  2-1-1 Help Line – Offers a free and confidential 24/7/365 telephone service for individuals and families that provides quick and easy access to information about health and human services.

[716]   United Way – Mission United – Connects active duty military, veterans, and family members to designated resources and advocates for those with unique needs.  This program serves those who have served.

[725]   United Way – Volunteer Center  210.352.7000 – Provides a clearinghouse for individuals and group volunteers. Refers volunteers to more than 1,000 programs in area nonprofit organizations. Helps United Way affiliated and unaffiliated organizations.

[904]   United Way – Women United – Mobilizes women who strengthen our community by investing in programs that positively impact children, families, and the future. Our signature cause is Childcare Scholarships.

[910]   United Way – Emerging Leaders Council – Young professionals who support United Way and see firsthand the difference they make impacting lives and creating lasting change in our local community.

[815]   United Way in Kendall County  – Serving residents of Kendall County.

[515]   USO San Antonio  210.227.9373 – Provides support services to deployed troops, military families, wounded warriors, their families, and families of the fallen.

[660]   YMCA of Greater San Antonio 210.246.9622 – Provides youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility through state-licensed childcare and character-building youth development programs.

[405]   Young Women’s Christian Association 210.228.9922 – Empowers children and youth to become productive and self-sufficient citizens by encouraging them to succeed in school and pursue higher education.