The McNay, in collaboration with Contemporary Art Month (CAM) San Antonio, presents 2020 CAM Perennial: Topographies of Truth, featuring works by nine San Antonio-based artists. Selected by guest curator Lee Hallman, this exhibition celebrates the diverse and compelling artwork emerging from the region. Hallman is also Associate Curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. “It has been a pleasure and a privilege to… Read more »
19th Annual Honoring Mothers Luncheon Friday, 8 May 2020 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Grand Hyatt Presenting Rachel Louise Snyder Rachel is the author of No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Rachel Louise Snyder is the author of Fugitive Denim: A Moving Story of People and Pants in… Read more »
Never fear, Autumn is here! “Leaf” behind summer and “rake in” our fall news! In this issue of Did We MENDtion?: Don’t forget to Fall Back on November 4th; exciting news on the future of Project MEND; a veteran regaining his mobility; a recap of our 6th Annual Toast of the Town Gala; and a grandpa who gets to remain active with… Read more »
Our NOVEMBER 4th “Soirée Special” concert is almost here and seats are filling up quickly as we begin our SEVENTH Soirée Season of intimate and exclusive performances. We open our season with an incredible group of musicians: pianist DANIEL ANASTASIO, San Antonio Symphony’s Principal Clarinet ILYA SHTERENBERG, and San Francisco cellist JONAH KIM who join artistic director and violinist STEPHANIE SANT’AMBROGIO in a program that will take you… Read more »
Do you want to share your nonprofit’s impact? Attend our Data Visualization workshop on Thursday, Aug. 16. This workshop will dive into the way people process content and the information they are seeking. In this workshop we will learn how to take some of the data your organization is collecting and lay it out in a way that is coherent to your supporters. Numbers… Read more »
Check out the 2016 – 2017 Annual Report highlights showing the financial impact their supporters have made to their mission. Visit Alpha Home Article Author: Alpha Home
More people moving to Texas and to San Antonio. It’s not a surprise, but whys this happening? Where are people coming from? How is San Antonio planning for population growth? What impact can population growth have on other socioeconomic issues such as mass transit system and transportation, employment, education, affordable housing, conservation and natural resources, social services and the criminal justice system? How does San Antonio stay special?
Explore the eight most common workplace conflicts at our Conflict Management workshop on Thursday, May 31. Using role-play activities, this engaging course will address the best behavioral approaches to use in any conflict situation.
Now open for the summer season, new Morgan’s Inspiration Island splash park earned the Leading Edge Award from the World Waterpark Association for cutting-edge design and revolutionary waterproof wheelchairs. In addition, readers of USA Today voted Morgan’s Inspiration Island as best new water attraction of 2017 in the newspaper’s 10Best competition.
DISCOUNTED Season 22 Festival tickets are on sale! Purchase your 5-ticket subscription or single tickets at pre-festival savings! TICKET PRICING Advance 5-Ticket Subscription $110.Save over single ticket prices at the door. You get five tickets (PLUS the post-concert receptions) for any use — five different programs, any venue, or five concert-goers at any one program, or any combination you like. Orders must be… Read more »
Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Volunteers is on Wednesday, May 9, from pAM to 12PM at the Pearl.
You’re invited to take part in Werling Associates, Inc.’s 2018 San Antonio Not-for-Profit Wage and Benefit Survey. This survey is part of a continuing effort to provide nonprofit agencies of San Antonio with a thorough analysis of job-specific compensation data. Participants will receive a free copy of the report, valued at over $100. Survey deadline is Friday, May 4. The survey is sponsored by… Read more »
UPCOMING EVENT: Medical Equipment Drive! Join Project MEND and Haven for Hope on April 14, 2018 for our Spring Cleaning Medical Equipment Drive! Come to 1 Haven for Hope Way between 10am-3pm and help people in need by donating your preowned medical equipment to be refurbished and redistributed! On March 22, Project MEND participated in the Big Give SA,… Read more »
Every year, the country’s best chefs join together with one goal in mind: end childhood hunger in America by supporting No Kid Hungry Dinners presented by Citi. In more than a dozen cities across the nation, guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience curated by each city’s premier culinary talent and participate in unique food, travel and lifestyle auctions – all while raising funds for No Kid Hungry, Share Our Strength’s campaign to end childhood hunger in America.
In San Antonio, we are proud to be hosted for the second time by Chef John Brand at Hotel Emma. In addition to delicious food and find
Our April 8th Soirée Specials Concert is almost here to finish out our sixth soirée season of intimate and exclusive performances.
STEPHANIE is joined by her colleague in the Argenta Trio, the esteemed pianist JAMES WINN, along with horn virtuoso DeAunn Davis in a program where a Mozart Horn Concerto and the Horn Trio in E-flat bookend American masterpieces by Lukas Foss and John Harbison. It’s a stunning and unique program that you won’t want to miss.
THANK YOU so much to everyone who attended our record-breaking Doorways of Hope Luncheon last week, we’re still reeling from the excitement! It was a sold out crowd. We are so appreciative of our Alpha Home Alumnae and Elizabeth Vargas for personally sharing their struggles with addiction and all of our attendees who came to hear their inspiring messages. Because of you, we surpassed our… Read more »
On March 22nd, every gift of $20 or more will go further in supporting our mission. As our way of saying thank you, you will receive our inaugural 2018 FVPS FIESTA MEDAL.
Three hundred years ago the city of San Antonio was founded as a strategic outpost of presidios defending the colonial interests of northern New Spain and missions advancing Christian conversion. The city’s missions bear architectural witness to the time of their founding, but few have walked these sites without wondering who once lived there, what they saw, valued, and thought.
TheDream.US, the nation’s largest scholarship program for Dreamers, announced today a $33 million dollar scholarship grant from Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos. The grant, the largest in the organization’s history, will give 1,000 undocumented immigrant graduates of US high schools with DACA status the opportunity to go to college. “My dad came to the U.S. when he was 16 as part of Operation Pedro Pan,”… Read more »
With the 2018 NCAA Final Four fast approaching, NCAA officials and the San Antonio Local Organizing Committee teamed up with local leaders Wednesday to announce key details about the long-anticipated event. “We have been working for years as a community to prepare for this historic event — the first Final Four in San Antonio in 10 years, during our tricentennial,” said Pat Frost, chair… Read more »