The San Antonio Food Bank is asking the community to recognize Tuesday, June 9th as a “day of service” to honor the life of George Floyd.
Help ensure kids are well-nourished this summer, KSAT Community is partnering with the San Antonio Food Bank in the “Spurs Cafe - Spurs Give Together Fund" as the need for food assistance continues to grow in San Antonio amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join iHeartRadio San Antonio on Friday, May 29th at 8PM for our Food Bank Concert on Facebook benefiting the San Antonio Food Bank and supporting families in our community that need assistance during this time.
Each blood donation will be matched by $5 gift to the San Antonio Food Bank from the Silverado Events Center. Each blood donor will be offered a $10 H-E-B gift card, which they can choose to keep or donate to the food bank.
Amid growing demand for emergency relief as a result of COVID-19, the Toyota USA Foundation awarded $2.5 million in grants to a variety of nonprofits across the nation. Funds address crucial needs - particularly food assistance - in urban hot spots and in many communities where Toyota operates, as well as e-learning programs to help [...]
With so many Texans out of work because of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, food banks are the state’s newest first responders. And the soaring demand is pushing Texas food banks to the limit as they, too, wait for sorely needed state and federal aid to arrive.
Within the past several weeks, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff have put together a number of groups and panels to deal with the economic fallout from COVID-19 — and to plan for how the city and county can get back to business.
Email Print Share Willie Nelson Releases Video Urging Texans to Help Food Banks During Coronavirus PandemicPhillip Kent2020-04-22T12:21:51-05:00
In addition to staging a free online festival last month to watch in quarantine — followed by a 4/20 "Come and Take It" livestreamed variety show yesterday — Texas music legend Willie Nelson has released an online video urging fans to help out the state's food banks during the pandemic.
SAFB is asking that meals skipped as "fast offering" be shared to support the food bank's response effort.
In just the first few days of our response plan, we have seen a 40 percent increase in demand — and we fully expect it to be a 100 percent increase by the end of the week.