Program Sponsors near 78205

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Excel Beyond the Bell San Antonio began in 2012 as a professional network to develop and ensure standards for five-star youth development programs and to ensure young people in Bexar County have access to the developmental relationships they need to succeed.

Data provided to the network from local school districts helps all partners better understand young people in their organizations and it empowers youth development leaders to not just anecdotally know why developmental relationships are important — it provides them with evidence on which to base organizational decisions.

Shelby Drayton - Excel Beyond the Bell Network Manager
(210) 787-4655
Evolution House offers modest accommodations at an affordable price. Residents are able to focus on strengthening their recovery while developing a means of supporting themselves and building life skills. Surrounded by a strong sober community in San Antonio, clients are able to attend a variety of meetings and pull from the resources around them.
Offering sober living for men and women in recovery, Evolution House is a safe and affordable option for those living in San Antonio, Texas. EH helps clients lay the foundation for sobriety by teaching healthy habits and life skills.
$300 (30 days).
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-6:00pm
Stephanie Malone - Manager Send email
(210) 318-7348
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, all programs except childcare have been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates. For childcare, see Olga Madrid Child Development Center or call (210) 433-9922.

The YWCA Olga Madrid Center is a multi-purpose center that is the literal hub of the community, reaching multiple generations in the same families. The Center is reflective of the culture of the community, and offers important services with dignity and respect.
Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Catie White - Director of Development Send email
(210) 881-9693
disABILITYsa Creative Services offers marketing design, layout and printing services for nonprofit organizations serving children and adults living with a disability in the San Antonio community. By doing so, we are able to help fulfill the mission of disABILITYsa to strengthen the nonprofit organizations that serve individuals living with a disability in San Antonio by moving funding out of their marketing budgets and back into programming and direct services.
Contact disABIITYsa for details.
Melanie Cawthon - Co-Founder & Executive Director Send email
(210) 704-7262
COVID-19 Notice


Daily Bread, as a Christ-centered organization, desires to help partners assist their communities in defeating poverty through God’s work. In addition to our weekly food distribution to our ministry partners, Daily Bread equips those partners with resources and training to address the root cause of poverty. Daily Bread focuses on addressing the defined root cause of poverty: broken relationships.
We do this by helping our partners help their communities mend their connections with God, other people, self, and creation.
Matt Amerman - Vice President of Programs
(210) 223-4707
Mission Presbytery is dedicated to helping mitigate disasters before they happen, respond with aid when they do, and stay through the recovery helping to rebuild lives, families, and the community.
We usually support other agencies with volunteers, equipment, and financial aid. Mission Presbytery also hosts/houses volunteers who respond to an area after a disaster. Our organization is not set up to help at the individual level, that is where each of the churches comes in, we serve other agencies, volunteers, and first responders.
Mon-Fri: 8:30am - 5:00pm
COVID-19 Notice

Only online meetings are happening at this time. See Prosumers website for more information.

Prosumers is a place where recovery happens! Everyone is in recovery from something. We have FREE empowerment meetings to inspire people to live their dreams! We start with a lite lunch to build community and personal relationships. Then, we hold a two-hour empowerment meeting! You will leave inspired!
3rd Friday of the month - noon to 3:00pm
Mary Tolle - Deputy Director Send email
(210) 322-5440

Heart Healthy Families is a national outreach and education program developed by CRW & Associates, LLC to promote health care awareness to entire families and the community.

Our goal is to affect positive behavioral change through information, education, and linkages to resources.

Program objectives:

  • Provide essential education and resources that address prevalent chronic conditions such as high cholesterol, hypertension (high blood pressure), stroke, diabetes, and cancer.
  • Provide health education to vulnerable populations.
  • Provide leadership and technical assistance to church health ministries and community organizations.
  • Build community capacity by developing culturally relevant programs that can be replicated and sustained in the community.
  • Empower and educate community members to become health advocates
  • Create coalitions and partnerships that link the faith and health community.

We also provide faith communities and nonprofit agencies with educational materials about Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP to assist them with educating their neighbors and clients.

CRW supports faith communities, nonprofit agencies, and other organizations with their health and wellness programs.

No in-person services are offered at this location.  Contact Olga Rodriguez for information.

Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Olga Rodriguez - Regional Health Coordinator Send email
(210) 683-3569
This volunteer opportunity is a way for pastors to connect the heart of their congregation to the community, for teachers to show students how to give without expectations, for moms and dads to publicly demonstrate compassion to their children, and for youth pastors to teach mercy, worship and prayer. It’s not about feeding the poor; it’s about being a blessing to your neighbor. A bag of chips, some cheese crackers, a loaf of raisin bread, a plush toy and some candy won’t feed a needy family, but it can open a door to someone poor in spirit. Wealthy or destitute, we all can use prayer and someone to share our burdens with. A divorce, a wayward child, disease or financial needs can weigh heavily on someone behind closed doors. A "Bag of Blessing” can open that door and then a heartfelt prayer can bring hope and demonstrate that their neighbor does care. For more information about the "Bag a Blessing" or if you are wanting to set one up, please contact us through our website using this link:
Saturday morning.
Steve and Carla Sholin - Founders
(210) 648-4900
The foundation stone of our ministry was the concept of providing material support to other ministries so that they could utilize more of their finances, time and energy on ministering to those they are called to serve. For instance, a ministry that houses and ministers to the homeless would need a building, food, clothing, beds, etc., but their true ministry is to give encouragement and speak healing into the broken lives they serve. If they have to spend too much time or money collecting the material goods they need, they, in turn, neglect or spend less time ministering to the people. Or a small church may want to reach out to their neighborhood, but because they are small they may lack the finances to purchase supplies to do so. If available, we would provide them resources without cost. We have been gifted with the knowledge, experience, faith and anointing to realize that there are many resources that are often overlooked or cast aside by individuals or businesses that are valuable for ministry. It is this that guides our thinking when we are offered various donated goods. One thing we do not do is search out items. We only have what God provides. The phone rings, we answer and usually, say, ”Yes!” We can do that based on our knowledge of the ministries we serve and their individual needs. Apart from that, a ministry may call needing a particular item and again because of past experience or the unction of the Holy Spirit we may give them direction as to where it may be found. In over a decade, we have had many diverse items given to us, from semi-loads of new sinks and toilets, to buildings and homes, vehicles, and tons of food and clothing.
When we meet someone new?an individual, a ministry leader or a pastor?and we connect with them in heart, spirit, purpose and goals, it births a relationship. That relationship is about sharing resources, experience, knowledge, material goods and even other relationships, not necessarily equally but equitably. Then, through teamwork we learn how to serve one another, build up one another, communicate with one another, overcome differences, offenses, strengths and weaknesses. In the process, bonds of purpose and trust are formed and the network?the Kingdom of God?is expanded.
Steve and Carla Sholin - Founders
(210) 648-4900
Wounded Warrior Project believes that no one organization can meet the needs of all wounded, injured, or ill veterans alone. Does your organization have something to offer our community? Click the link symbol above (after "Partner with WWP") to get added to our list of outside services.