Month: May 2021

Study: Scholarship Program Increased College Enrollment & Graduation Rates While Lowering Loan Debt

May 28, 2021 Comments Off on Study: Scholarship Program Increased College Enrollment & Graduation Rates While Lowering Loan Debt
Crowd of Graduation Caps

SAN ANTONIO — A little financial assistance goes a long way toward helping youth realize their college dreams. That’s according to a new study commissioned by the San Antonio Area Foundation through…

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San Antonio Area Foundation Announces Multimillion-Dollar Scholarship

May 26, 2021 Comments Off on San Antonio Area Foundation Announces Multimillion-Dollar Scholarship
Multimillion-Dollar Scholarship Announcement

New Legacy Scholarship to Assist Students in Bexar and Webb Counties SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Area Foundation announced a new multimillion-dollar scholarship bequest available to students in Bexar…

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Major Donation Puts San Antonio On The National Map For Student Scholarship Programs

May 26, 2021 Comments Off on Major Donation Puts San Antonio On The National Map For Student Scholarship Programs
Multimillion-Dollar Scholarship Announcement

Opening the path to college for students through new $2 million annual fund SAN ANTONIO — Nothing was going to hold back Alyssa Pacheco from pursuing her lifelong dream of…

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Pandemic Potato Donation Helps Feed Hungry Families

May 21, 2021 Comments Off on Pandemic Potato Donation Helps Feed Hungry Families

By Gavin Nichols SAN ANTONIO — In late 2019, John Galbraith called the San Antonio Area Foundation to propose the idea of providing a truckload of potatoes to food banks…

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Centro Cultural Aztlán: Keeping Chicanx Traditions Alive

May 13, 2021 Comments Off on Centro Cultural Aztlán: Keeping Chicanx Traditions Alive
Dia De Los Muertos Community Altars

SAN ANTONIO — No surprise that in a city so steeped in Mexican culture, traditional celebrations originating south of the border would have strong and lasting influences here. One omnipresent example…

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The Public Theater: Keeping The (Virtual) Doors Open

May 7, 2021 Comments Off on The Public Theater: Keeping The (Virtual) Doors Open
The Public

By Hernán Rozemberg SAN ANTONIO — About a year ago with the advent of the coronavirus pandemic in our community, Jeff Morden and staff were gearing up for their seventh performance…

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Making San Antonio Livable No Matter Your Zip Code

May 6, 2021 Comments Off on Making San Antonio Livable No Matter Your Zip Code

By Hernán Rozemberg SAN ANTONIO — Jennifer Cook exudes passion and determination. Those are but a couple of the many strengths and values she brings to the San Antonio Area…

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