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2 0 1 6 COMMUNITY IMPACT REPORT

WE ARE SAN ANTONIO’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION.

Our Mission

...helping donors achieve their charitable goals for the greater benefit of the community

We do this by: Connecting donors to the causes they are passionate about; Maintaining, investing and distributing funds from permanent charitable endowments; Creating and leading initiatives for the benefit of San Antonio.

$900M TOTAL ASSETS

506 FUNDS

$49M

IN CONTRIBUTIONS

WE EXIST TO MAKE SAN ANTONIO A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. 303 PEARL PARKWAY, SUITE 114 • SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78215 • P: 210.225.2243 • F: 210.225.1980 • SAAFDN.ORG


$50.1M

DISTRIBUTED IN GRANTS NONPROFIT T O N E A R L Y 750 O R G A N I Z A T I O N S With the $30,000 grant, Cactus Pear Music Festival will serve and inspire over 10,000 people through free community concerts, music education, a Young Artist Program, and Young People Concerts.

A $25,000 grant from the Area Foundation enabled the expansion of a third Ronald McDonald House, offering 16 additional rooms of lodging per night.

Since 1964, we have distributed $358 million in grants and scholarships throughout the San Antonio community.

725 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING $3.3M

AWARDED TO 651STUDENTS

“Thank you so much for investing in my future and supporting me in my college journey. I plan to attend UT and then attend law school.” Kennedy Tatum

“I will be attending Rice University and majoring in chemical engineering. I will use your scholarship to make a difference in my field of study. Thank you!” Christopher Rafael Botello


22,219

GUESTS VISITED THE WELLS CENTER

87

NONPROFIT PROFESSIONALS

EARNED A CERTIFICATION IN NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT, SOCIAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS, AND SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS. SPRING 2016 SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION

115 3,134

NONPROFIT TRAININGS

55

TRAINING PARTICIPANTS

PARTICIPANTS ATTENDED OUR COMPASSION FATIGUE CONFERENCE FOCUSED ON SELF-CARE STRATEGIES.

“The Supervisory and Management program helped me understand and positively influence challenges, policies, and operations at my organization,” Ryan Weber, Operations Manager, World Resources Institute.

We offered three annual summits to enhance board leadership - Board Boot Camp, Board Day, and Get On Board!

650

PARTICIPANTS ATTENDED OUR BOARD SUMMITS


OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME INITIATIVE

EXCEL BEYOND THE BELL-SA CONVENES

41 NONPROFIT MEMBERS SERVING

55,000

ANIMAL NO-KILL INITIATIVE

91%

AREA YOUTH

LIVE RELEASE RATE IN BEXAR COUNTY 2016 SAN ANTONIO AREA FOUNDATION

LAUNCHED NEW SENIOR INITIATIVE

SUCCESSFULLY AGING AND LIVING IN SAN ANTONIO (SALSA)

$4.3M

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

WITH 38 COMMUNITY PARTNERS

RAISED FOR 1,055 NONPROFITS

24 HOURS OF ONLINE GIVING

THANK YOU

Marie Smith, CHAIR G.P. Singh, Ph.D., VICE CHAIR Theodore (Theo) Guidry II, CPA, TREASURER Michelle R. Scarver, CPA/PFS, SECRETARY David C. Hennessee, IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR Janie Barrera Harold Berg, CPA J. Darryl Byrd Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler Luis de la Garza John Hayes General James T. Hill David Komet Adena Williams Loston, Ph.D. Brad Parman Alex Perez Jane Phipps Knox M. Pitts II Matthew C. Reedy Fernando C. Reyes Bruce Tilley Harry W. Wolff, Jr. Nonprofit photos are courtesy of our grantees and partners - Any Baby Can, Child Advocates San Antonio, Low Vision Resource Center, Ronald McDonald House, Cactus Pear Music Festival, Good Samaritan Community Services, and San Antonio Oasis.

TO OUR DONORS, BOARD MEMBERS, AND VOLUNTEERS FOR IMPROVING THE LIVES OF MANY IN OUR COMMUNITY!

2016 Community Impact Report  
2016 Community Impact Report