membership program Join the San Antonio Area Foundation's Nonprofit Membership Program to enjoy exclusive benefits that will enhance your mission.

Exclusive Benefits

Members receive these exclusive benefits  

  • Free lunch and learns led by dynamic speakers presenting topics relevant to nonprofits
  • Free admission to two professional development classes for your organization 
  • Advanced facility and meeting space reservations (CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE)
  • Access to BoardEffect, a nationally-recognized board management platform (for nonprofits with an operating budget of $5M or less)
  • Membership recognition on our website and one introductory Facebook post welcoming you to our membership program           

Annual Membership Dues

  • $249 – Agencies with a fund at San Antonio Area Foundation
  • $249 or $374 – Operating budget less than $1M (additional $125 is for BoardEffect)
  • $499 – Operating budget $1-$5M, includes BoardEffect
  • *$549 – Operating budget $5M & above (BoardEffect not available)

*If a current member, contact membership@saafdn.org before registering.

Our Members

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100 Club of San Antonio
ACTS Missions
AFP San Antonio
Aid the Silent
Alamo Mission Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Alpha Home
AMCB Foundation
American Cancer Society 
Any Woman Can
Acts of Hope Center
Assistance League of San Antonio
AVANCE-San Antonio, Inc 
Artpace San Antonio
Baby Education for South Texas 
Baylor University
Bexar County Family Justice Center Foundation
Brave Coalition Foundation
Bridgeway Foundation
Brighton Center 
Casey Family Programs
Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc.
Chosen Care, Inc. 
Chrysalis Ministries 
Cibolo Enrichment Foundation 
City Year
CommuniCare Health Centers
Communities in Schools San Antonio Board of Directors
Contemporary Art for San Antonio
Crosspoint, Inc.
Cystic Fibrosis
Design Forum
Embassy of Hope
Family Link
Fiesta San Antonio Commission 
Fiesta Youth
Fitzip.org 
Foundation of the Bulverde-Spring Branch Library
Floresville Fan Page
Gardening Volunteers of South Texas (GVST) 
Girls Inc. of San Antonio
Guardian House
Haven for Hope
Healthy Futures of Texas
Housing and Community Services, Inc.  
I Care San Antonio
Ignite Mindshift Impact Inc. 
Impact San Antonio
It's Time Texas (Mayor's Fitness Council)
Jump Start Performance Company
Kreative Project - Lavish
La Villita Heritage Society
Luminaria 
Ma Hila’s Heart Project
Masters Leadership Program
MATT Foundation, Inc.
Merced Housing
Military-Civilian Charitable Foundation
Morningside Ministries 
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, San Antonio Chapter
NextTalk
Northeast Educational Foundation
Oblate School of Theology
P16Plus Council of Greater Bexar County
Pay it Forward - Clean & Sober Living
Project Angel Fares, LLC 
Project Quest 
Prosumers International
Reach SA
Revelation 214 Inc.
Rise Recovery 
Rise Therapeutic Equestrian Center
River City Federal Credit Union
Riverwalk Education Foundation, Inc.
S A Prosthetics Foundation/Peripheral Vascular Associates 
Safer Path Family Violence Shelter
San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum (SAAACAM)
San Antonio AIDS Foundation 
San Antonio Bar Foundation
San Antonio Christian Dental Clinic
San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse 
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
San Antonio Education Partnership
San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside
San Antonio Lifetime Recovery
San Antonio Mastersingers
San Antonio Parks Foundation
San Antonio Public Library Foundation
Sarah Roberts French Home
SAWS
Seton Home
Sierra's K9 Rescue and Rehab
Society of Military Engineers (SAME)
Somerset ISD Education Foundation
SRG Force Sports
South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless
Southwind Fields
Symphony Society of San Antonio
TEAMability
Texas Agricultural Land Trust
Texans Can! 
Texas Diaper Bank
Texas Partnership for Out of School Time (TX POST)
Texas Public Radio
Texas Research & Technology Fdn
Texas Transportation Museum
The Blood & Tissue Center Foundation  
The Chromosome 18 Registry and Research Society
The Dee Howard Foundation
The Magik Theatre
The Patient Institute
The Public Theatre of SA
The Witte Museum
The Village of the Incarnate Word
YMCA of Greater San Antonio 
Urban Capital Partners
UTSA Institute of Texan Culture 
University Health System Foundation
WellMed Charitable Foundation
Wex Foundation 
Women Involved in Nurturing, Giving, Caring, Inc. (WINGS)
World Affairs Council
Yoga Seva Institute
Youth Code Jam San Antonio
Youth Orchestras San Antonio

FAQs

Are dues only payable on an annual basis (vs. monthly or quarterly)?

Yes, all dues must be paid up front on an annual basis. You will be entitled to 12 months of member benefits starting in the month you pay your annual dues. We will send reminders and you may renew as desired.

What are the topics of the Lunch-n-Learns and when will they be offered?

The Lunch-n-Learns are focused on various topics of interest to our members. 

Is there a limit to the number of staff members from my organization who can attend the Lunch-n- Learns?

No, at this point, as long as we have space at the Area Foundation, we will not limit the number of participants from any agency attending our Lunch-n-Learns. If space does become an issue, we reserve the right to limit agencies to an appropriate number of staff given our space and the demand.

Will the Area Foundation provide lunch for the Lunch-n-Learns?

Yes, the Area Foundation will provide a light meal, and we invite you to bring a “brown bag” lunch if you prefer or if you have special dietary needs. We will also have water and coffee available for participants.

One of the benefits is facility space reservations up to one year in advance of my nonprofit’s meeting; what if I need to use Area Foundation space more than one day in a particular month?

Please read our facility usage policies.

Where can I find out more information about BoardEffect?

Please either ...

  • Refer to the BoardEffect website to learn about the benefits and features of this fantastic online board governance tool, AND/OR

  • Attend one of our training sessions to learn how you can put this tool to use to save costs and increase efficiencies in communicating with and engaging your Board. See the schedule of BoardEffect trainings.

Why do large organizations (over $5 million in annual budget) have to obtain their own BoardEffect portal?

The Area Foundation was able to pay a premium to allow organizations under $5 million to share our portal because those organizations are not typically large enough to be potential customers of BoardEffect. Larger organizations are potential clients for BoardEffect, so our membership pricing structure ensures a “break-even plus” point for agencies with budgets over $5 million.