**Residents in need of shelter, food, or other assistance, are advised to call 3-1-1.**
The San Antonio Office of Emergency Management (SAOEM) has partnered with the San Antonio Food Bank and will provide a staging area for volunteers. The San Antonio Food Bank and SAOEM staff will coordinate volunteer registration and assigned duties. Citizens are asked not to self-deploy to affected areas.
The San Antonio Food Bank will host on-sight Volunteer Registration from 10-2pm for volunteers interested in assisting with debris cleanup. This will be a physically labor intensive volunteer opportunity.
Background check required (photo ID)
Closed toe shoes
Volunteers should bring their own gloves and water
Citizens may consider donating to any of the following partner organizations who are all assisting with disaster recovery efforts: The American Red Cross, The San Antonio Food Bank, and United Way.
For individual donors who made a cumulative donation of $250 or more in the 2016 calendar year, an itemized list of your annual donations will be mailed to you at your address of record on January 27, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Katie Kinder DeBauche at email@example.com.
Players will enjoy the beautiful terrain of both of the exclusive TPC San Antonio The Oaks and Canyons Golf Courses while fighting hunger in our community. Every dollar raised by the golf tournament will provide seven meals to those in need in Southwest Texas.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
TPC San Antonio
23808 Resort Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78261
To learn more, click here.
Please join The Dominion Country Club in supporting the San Antonio Food Bank by attending Taste of The Dominion, its annual tasting event and silent auction. Tickets are only $35 each and the evening features more than twenty local restaurants sampling their signature dishes, an extensive silent auction, and live music.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
6:00 – 9:00 PM
The Dominion Country Club
1 Dominion Drive, San Antonio, TX 78257
To learn more, click here.
The San Antonio Food Bank was featured on The Huffington Post website in contributing writer Jordan Barkin’s “5 Southern Non-Profits with Big Goals for 2017,” article released December 21st. We are honored to be included with such a wonderful group of organizations.
“The efficient operations model of the San Antonio Food Bank earned it a perfect score from Charity Navigator. Next year, the charity will continue its partnership with more than 500 non-profit organizations in the Lone Star State.”
To read the full article, click here.
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