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Saturday, December 17, 2011

I tied the “jingle bells” to my shoelaces!

Getting in the spirit this holiday season at the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk for Arthritis® at The University of Incarnate Word.
And I was one of the thousands of runners and walkers who hit the nation’s pavements, pathways and parks this winter to fight arthritis!

Jingle Bell Run/Walk® was a fun and festive way to kick off the holidays by helping others
with the nation’s most common cause of disability.
Celebrated the season by giving.






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I just pledged, so should you!

2011 Holiday Gift Campaign








Pledge to make a difference this holiday season!





The holiday season is an opportunity to inspire kids to get  involved in bringing positive change to their communities. Individuals,  groups, families, and schools can pledge to make a difference this  season and Hasbro will match each pledge by donating a toy through Toys  for Tots.
Make a Difference in Three Steps:
1. Pick your project.
2. Pledge your service.
3. Share your service story!

I just pledged, so should you!

2011 Holiday Gift Campaign

Pledge to make a difference this holiday season!

The holiday season is an opportunity to inspire kids to get involved in bringing positive change to their communities. Individuals, groups, families, and schools can pledge to make a difference this season and Hasbro will match each pledge by donating a toy through Toys for Tots.

Make a Difference in Three Steps:

1. Pick your project.

2. Pledge your service.

3. Share your service story!

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-I love the art at San Antonio’s Say Sí.
If you’re not busy this Staurday
Check out El Corrido De Chuy


A Holiday play for la familias by Teatro Alas:

TEATRO ALAS: (“Activating Leadership, Art, & Service”)
TEATRO ALAS, Say Si’s newest program, provides students interested in the performing arts with opportunities to develop their skills in acting, directing, playwriting, technical theatre,  and stage management. Committed to the creation of new  and original performance work by, for, and about San Antonio youth, TEATRO ALAS challenges students to draw from their own experiences, observations, and insights to produce theatre of relevance to their lives and their communities.
Teatro Alas operates as a collaborative ensemble, in which every student’s talent is valued and essential. Students have ownership over their theatrical work, and a voice in the artistic, technical, and creative decisions involved throughout every aspect of the production process.
Emphasizing leadership skills and civic engagement, Teatro Alas aims to empower youth to create work that addresses community needs and concerns, challenges prejudices and social injustice, and celebrates diversity and difference.
"Your vision… your voice…your theatre." 
Unfolding Lives Through ART-


•  SAY Sí has been Connecting the Dots for seventeen years •
Their 2011 annual appeal provides much  needed operational support and we ask you for a tax-deductible financial  gift.  Please act today, a member of the SAY Sí Family has provided us with a $25,000 challenge grant - that means every individual donation will be matched up to that total amount.  A great way of connecting your commitment to our shared community!
By providing multi-disciplinary middle and high school programs in media, visual and the performing arts, SAY Sí connects students  to their creative passions early, allowing youth to build  pre-professional competencies that provides clear advantages to them as  they progress through their higher educational goals. Their 9-year  success rate is astounding with 100% of SAY Sí students graduating from  high school and attending college!
SAY Sí’s reciprocal and peer-to-peer  learning philosophy provides a unique framework for learning and builds  a community of practice: artists, teachers and students work  collaboratively in an open studio environment with a shared  responsibility for leading and taking part in the learning experiences.
SAY Sí is tuition-free for all students, with a focus on the urban core of San Antonio. Their  programs have always been tuition-free, as they believe there should be no  financial barrier for superior arts education, but their first priority  has always been to serve the inner-city and economically disadvantaged  youth.  This commitment allows youth from all sectors of the San Antonio city to  take part and provides a significant arts community where stereotypes  are broken and common interests are valued.
                                                                   
 
For more information on how you can financially support SAY Sí Click here
SAY Sí Media Arts Studio  Website Check it out: www.saysimedia.org
Also Find Say Sí Here:

click here for  a map of  the SAY Sí  location
     

-I love the art at San Antonio’s Say Sí.

If you’re not busy this Staurday

Check out El Corrido De Chuy

A Holiday play for la familias by Teatro Alas:

TEATRO ALAS: (“Activating Leadership, Art, & Service”)

TEATRO ALAS, Say Si’s newest program, provides students
interested in the performing arts with opportunities to develop
their skills in acting, directing, playwriting, technical theatre,
and stage management. Committed to the creation of new
and original performance work by, for, and about San Antonio
youth, TEATRO ALAS challenges students to draw from
their own experiences, observations, and insights to produce
theatre of relevance to their lives and their communities.

Teatro Alas operates as a collaborative ensemble, in which
every student’s talent is valued and essential. Students have
ownership over their theatrical work, and a voice in the artistic,
technical, and creative decisions involved throughout every
aspect of the production process.

Emphasizing leadership skills and civic engagement, Teatro
Alas aims to empower youth to create work that addresses
community needs and concerns, challenges prejudices and
social injustice, and celebrates diversity and difference.

"Your vision… your voice…your theatre."

Unfolding Lives Through ART-

•  SAY Sí has been Connecting the Dots for seventeen years •

Their 2011 annual appeal provides much needed operational support and we ask you for a tax-deductible financial gift.  Please act today, a member of the SAY Sí Family has provided us with a $25,000 challenge grant - that means every individual donation will be matched up to that total amount.  A great way of connecting your commitment to our shared community!

By providing multi-disciplinary middle and high school programs in media, visual and the performing arts, SAY Sí connects students to their creative passions early, allowing youth to build pre-professional competencies that provides clear advantages to them as they progress through their higher educational goals. Their 9-year success rate is astounding with 100% of SAY Sí students graduating from high school and attending college!

SAY Sí’s reciprocal and peer-to-peer learning philosophy provides a unique framework for learning and builds a community of practice: artists, teachers and students work collaboratively in an open studio environment with a shared responsibility for leading and taking part in the learning experiences.

SAY Sí is tuition-free for all students, with a focus on the urban core of San Antonio. Their programs have always been tuition-free, as they believe there should be no financial barrier for superior arts education, but their first priority has always been to serve the inner-city and economically disadvantaged youth.  This commitment allows youth from all sectors of the San Antonio city to take part and provides a significant arts community where stereotypes are broken and common interests are valued.

       

 
For more information on how you can financially support SAY Sí Click here


SAY Sí Media Arts Studio Website
Check it out: www.saysimedia.org



Also Find Say Sí Here:

click here for a map of the SAY Sí location

   

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Local 2009-2010 Talent- Keelin Christopher (Based in South Texas, San Antonio).

Local 2009-2010 Talent- Keelin Christopher (Based in South Texas, San Antonio).

2 years ago
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World AIDS Day

I’ve been a primary care provider for almost three years now.

My patient of 40 years has been diagnosed since he was thirteen.

I admire the man so much, he is my inspiration and face of strength.

Happy World AIDS day, William Bailey.

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I was the milkman…
Wednesday, Dec 14th 2011
At San Antonio Sparky’s Pub
Through the Creative Marketing and Promotional Staffing of Sweet Deal (a nationwide agency offering a large selection of outgoing, enthusiastic, experienced male and female spokes models) with the collaboration from Adult Chocolate Milk
  
            
…I served up the cocoa all evening, catering to Sparky’s Pub (an old English style pub located in the heart of the Main Ave Strip) for a night of marketing with top shelf drinks, spirits, Christmas music, delicious appetizers, raffles, and more!
 
With every guest there came a donation-
Supporting Toys For Tots and Blue Santa!!
  

Toys For Tots began as a Los Angeles charitable effort in 1947. Hendricks was inspired by his wife Diane when she tried to donate a homemade Raggedy Ann doll to a needy child but could find no organization to do so. At her suggestion he gathered a group of local Marine reservists, including Lieutenant Colonel John Hampton,   who coordinated and collected some 5,000 toys for local children that year from collection bins placed outside of Warner Bros. movie theaters.  Their efforts were so succssessful that, in 1948, Toys For Tots was launched as a national campaign. Hendricks used his position as director of Public Relations for Warner Brothers Studio to enlist celebrity support, as well as have Walt Disney Studios design the red toy train logo.  

Until 1979, Marine reservists (frequently in their dress blue uniforms) and volunteers would collect and refurbish used toys. In 1980, only new toys were accepted, as reservists were no longer able to dedicate drill hours to refurbish toys, as well as legal concerns and the mixed message of giving hand-me-downs as a message of hope.  

In 1991, the Secretary of Defense authorized the creation and affiliation with the non-profit charity foundation. In 1995, the Secretary of Defense approved Toys for Tots as an official mission of the Marine Corps Reserve.  

Noting in 1996 that many communities did not have a Marine reservist presence, the commander of Marine Forces Reserve authorized Marine Corps League detachments and other local organizations to fill the gaps in toy collection and distribution.   In 2009, the program received support from Michelle Obama, who placed the first collection box at the White House.  

As of 2009, the Toys for Tots Program and Foundation have collected and distributed almost five hundred million toys.  

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       HISTORY OF SAPD BLUE SANTA THE BLUE SANTA PROGRAMbegan in San Antonio in 1976 when officers from the Community Relations Unit adopted needy families at Christmas time. The officers provided these families with groceries for Christmas dinner and presents for their children. These police officers, wearing their blue uniforms, became known as “Blue Santas”.

In 1986 the Blue Santa Program became an official project of SAPD. This program works by officers from throughout the city identifying needy families in their patrol districts. The officers submit this information to Community Services officers for processing. Community Services officers act as a collecting point for donations of money, food and toys. The cash donations are used to purchase additional toys and food items that may be needed.

BLUE SANTA PROGRAM TODAYThis year, SAPD officers and volunteers will assemble the gifts, label them, and make sure the appropriate gift is delivered to each child on the Blue Santa list. Officers who have submitted nominations of needy children deliver the packages to the families. Whenever possible, an officer dressed in the “Blue Santa” costume accompanies the police officers on their deliveries.

The success of the Blue Santa Program depends on the generous contributions from local businesses, civic organizations, and countless San Antonio residents.

REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE AND
DONATIONS (TOYS, MONEY, VOLUNTEER TIME)
REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE: To request assistance from Blue Santa you must go IN PERSON to your nearest SAPD Substation and fill out a Blue Santa Request Form.
*** Requests will be accepted from November 1 through midnight December 1 ONLY.
PLEASE bring some sort of valid identification (TxDL, TxID, Green Card, Military, etc.). If the ID does not have a valid address, please bring something with your address on it (such as a SAWS or CPS bill, etc.). PLEASE also bring the Birth Certificates for the children for whom presents are being requested.
Blue Santa provides toys for children between the ages of 3 and 12.
DONATE ONLINE
Donate money to the Toys for Tots Foundation from the comfort of your home. Our secure online donation is a simiple one-step process to giving this season. Donate now >
DONATE IN MEMORY OR TRIBUTE
Our donation in memory, or tribute is a simple and thoughtful way to donate this season. A personalized card will be sent on your behalf for each memory or tribute donation. Donate now >
HOLIDAY RECOGNITION PROGRAM
Send a unique gift this season to your clients, business associates, family members or friends. Donate now >
DONATE BY MAIL
If you prefer to donate to the Foundation by mail, simply print out our mail-in form.
Donate now >

NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAM
The children served by the Native American TFT Program are some of the most underprivileged children in our country. Donate now >
DONATE VIA eBAY
Sell your unwanted items on eBay and donate 10-100% of the final sale price to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. You’ll get a tax deduction and a credit on your basic eBay selling fees and we will get a donation. Donate now >

DONATE A VEHICLE
A free, convenient service for converting that extra car, truck, or RV into a tax deductible donation benefiting Toys For Tots Foundation. Donate now >
DONATE VIA PAYPAL
Already have a PayPal account? You can now donate to the Toys for Tots Foundation using your secure PayPal account in a matter of a few simple mouse clicks.


 Make A Donation                                                           

Operation Blue Santa appreciates your generosity this giving season.  Please choose an amount you would like to donate and click the button below that amount.  We use PayPal to handle our online donations. 

ATTENTION DONORS:
You DO NOT have to have a PayPal account to make a donation through PayPal.  Once you click the donation button you will be taken to the PayPal website and read the instructions on how to proceed without having a PayPal account.  It is a quick and easy process and you will be asked for an email address so that you can be sent a receipt for your donation.  Your email address will not be published or used for any other purposes.

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…Time for a Holiday Haircut?

Fashion Week SA- Paul Mitchell
Promotional Flyer for Salon Rouge-
Featuring myself on the right with local model
Edgar Chavez (Left).
San Antonio Fashion Week 2010
Featuring Univision’s 41-TV Marycarmen Lopez & Alfredo Lomeli.

I LOVE Paul Mitchell









Just a Few of the Charities Paul Mitchell Support- 




Visit the Paul Mitchell School here in San Antonio-



*Stay Connected
    
San Antonio Paul Mitchell School
5590 Summit Parkway San Antonio, Texas	78229

…Time for a Holiday Haircut?

Fashion Week SA- Paul Mitchell

Promotional Flyer for Salon Rouge-

Featuring myself on the right with local model

Edgar Chavez (Left).

San Antonio Fashion Week 2010

Featuring Univision’s 41-TV Marycarmen Lopez & Alfredo Lomeli.

I LOVE Paul Mitchell

Just a Few of the Charities Paul Mitchell Support-
American Cancer SocietyArt of ElysiumBeauty Changes LivesBoys & Girls ClubCalifornia Wildlife CenterCreative CoalitionAmnestyBoys & Girls ClubFood 4 AfricaInvisible ChildrenMineseekerAlzheimer's AssociationChrysalisPancreatic Cancer Action NetworkGo Red for WomenCancer SchmancerHabitat for HumanityChildren's Hospital Los AngelesLeeza's PlaceAids Lifecycle
Visit the Paul Mitchell School here in San Antonio-

*Stay Connected

San Antonio Paul Mitchell School

5590 Summit Parkway
San Antonio, Texas 78229

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 I just ordered pizza while helping fight children’s cancer.

Patient of the Month

December 2011
Konner 7 years old

Diagnosis:
Konner was found to suffer from Burkitt lymphoma in August 2010.
Konner’s story:
Konner loved being outside from sun up to sun down, playing with his  trucks, stomping in the dirt or kicking his football. But when summer  came, Konner wanted to stay indoors more often, and he began to complain  of frequent stomach aches. His parents worried that something was wrong  because this definitely wasn’t normal behavior for their usually  rambunctious little boy.
Konner’s pediatrician ordered blood work and X-rays, but the tests  didn’t show any abnormalities. One weekend, when Konner felt especially  bad, his parents took him to the emergency room. There, tests revealed a  blockage of sorts in his abdomen, which led to the discovery of a mass.  Konner’s parents were beside themselves.
Konner underwent surgery and doctors sent a portion of the mass to  pathology. The results were devastating: Konner suffered from Burkitt  lymphoma, a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He was referred to St. Jude  Children’s Research Hospital immediately for his treatment and care.
At St. Jude:
At St. Jude, Konner received five rounds of chemotherapy. Even though  his family was going through the most frightening experience of their  lives, they found comfort at St. Jude. “A lot of people don’t realize  that St. Jude not only takes care of the patient, but they take care of  the whole family,” said Konner’s mom. “Emotionally, mentally,  financially; they assist with all of that.”
Konner is now finished with treatment, and he returns to St. Jude for  regular checkups. His parents are grateful for everything St. Jude has  done for their family. “We felt relief when we got to St. Jude,” said  Konner’s dad. “We were scared, but we felt a sense of calm. The hospital  is just amazing.” Today, Konner is back to playing outside and running  around. He’s in first grade and a fan of football. When he grows up, he  wants to play football for Louisiana State University.
December 2011
To help give hope to children such as Konner who are fighting life-threatening illnesses, please become a Partner In Hope.
 



Keep in touch with St. Jude
   
 Sign-up for email and mobile updates




With every San Antonio Domino’s Pizza purchase you can donate a dollar to St. Judes Children’s Research Hostpital—

St. Jude is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility.  Discoveries made here have completely changed how the world treats  children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. With research and  patient care under one roof, St. Jude is where some of today’s most  gifted researchers are able to do science more quickly.

Please donate to St. Jude and help kids fight cancer.
You can also Text PIZZA to 50333 to donate $5.
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Links Below:


Home
Contact us
Español
Refer a patient
Donate now
 





Donate by phone800-805-5856

Donate by mailPrintable forms
Questions and concernsdonors@stjude.org

I just ordered pizza while helping fight children’s cancer.

Patient of the Month

December 2011

December 2011 Patient of the Month

Konner
7 years old

Diagnosis:

Konner was found to suffer from Burkitt lymphoma in August 2010.

Konner’s story:

Konner loved being outside from sun up to sun down, playing with his trucks, stomping in the dirt or kicking his football. But when summer came, Konner wanted to stay indoors more often, and he began to complain of frequent stomach aches. His parents worried that something was wrong because this definitely wasn’t normal behavior for their usually rambunctious little boy.

Konner’s pediatrician ordered blood work and X-rays, but the tests didn’t show any abnormalities. One weekend, when Konner felt especially bad, his parents took him to the emergency room. There, tests revealed a blockage of sorts in his abdomen, which led to the discovery of a mass. Konner’s parents were beside themselves.

Konner underwent surgery and doctors sent a portion of the mass to pathology. The results were devastating: Konner suffered from Burkitt lymphoma, a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital immediately for his treatment and care.

At St. Jude:

At St. Jude, Konner received five rounds of chemotherapy. Even though his family was going through the most frightening experience of their lives, they found comfort at St. Jude. “A lot of people don’t realize that St. Jude not only takes care of the patient, but they take care of the whole family,” said Konner’s mom. “Emotionally, mentally, financially; they assist with all of that.”

Konner is now finished with treatment, and he returns to St. Jude for regular checkups. His parents are grateful for everything St. Jude has done for their family. “We felt relief when we got to St. Jude,” said Konner’s dad. “We were scared, but we felt a sense of calm. The hospital is just amazing.” Today, Konner is back to playing outside and running around. He’s in first grade and a fan of football. When he grows up, he wants to play football for Louisiana State University.

December 2011

To help give hope to children such as Konner who are fighting life-threatening illnesses, please become a Partner In Hope.


Keep in touch with St. Jude

St. Jude on Facebook St. Jude on Twitter St. Jude on YouTube St. Jude RSS Feed

sign up for email updates Sign-up for email and mobile updates

With every San Antonio Domino’s Pizza purchase you can donate a dollar to St. Judes Children’s Research Hostpital—

St. Jude is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility. Discoveries made here have completely changed how the world treats children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. With research and patient care under one roof, St. Jude is where some of today’s most gifted researchers are able to do science more quickly.

Please donate to St. Jude and help kids fight cancer.

You can also Text PIZZA to 50333 to donate $5.

St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Links Below:

Verisign
Donate by phone
800-805-5856
Donate by mail
Printable forms
Questions and concerns
donors@stjude.org
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                      Last Year, During The Holidays..

            
I was preparing myself for the—
1st annual Tequila Ball Pour Off  here in San Antonio on Dec 11th.
The SA Mixers & other Fine SA  Companies hosted the First Annual TEQUILA BALL Pour Off at the  spacious Backstage Live SA off Houston St. & Cherry St.
AFFILIATED WITH — Circle of Influence, Tredsetters Ent., Elite Magazine 210, SA Film  Studios, G-Unit & Shadyville DJs, Studio 1400, Bexar County Friends  & Associates, W.O.W- Women of Worth, Scenergy Dating, Sexy G 6  Girls, CoCo Warren Productions, and Free  Apartment Locators with a Free Move. 
*The Salvation  Army sended their Parade of Kettles to the event to collect  change and dollars.  With admission, a free shot was always provided for those thirsty by the Sexy  tequila shot girls hourly on the hour with friends, a dance the  night away-night with 2 fabulous deejays who pumped the best dance music in the  SA nightlife scene. And of course, the festive fashion show I modeled for, courtesy of Coco  Productions and the Flamboyant Hair Show by JD & Victor Hair  Salon, with the help of Cynthia Chapa Rangel (Fashion Program Chair of International Academy of Design and Technology). With 100  Margarita cake pops provided by Elizabeth Lewis, W.O.W. Women Of Worth”s famous pink cookies, and a night to tantalize the taste buds. It was all about getting  ready for the fun festive sleek and heart-warming- sexy holidays.
Special Sponsors: BUD LIGHT, Las Palapas,  Nice Rack Billiards, All Stars Gentlemans Club, Red Realty, Casa Salsita  in the Quarry, El Tropicano Holiday Inn Riverwalk, FREE Cancun trips,  Silla C Ranch, Pasha Resturaunt, Roof Top, Omni Bowl Tix.                                              Salvation Army
                                                                             
 

The most common way for you to give to The Salvation Army in your community.Click on the link below to do so- https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=206
For more information on W.O.W. Women of Worth
Click on the link below — http://www.womenofworth.com/takeaction/takeaction.aspx

*Top Photo —My Promotional Runway Shot of the Event.
Bottom Two Photos — (Center) Myself, (Keelin Christopher), with  Producer CoCo Warren and local San Antonio models, including: Aleah  Jean, Claudia Nallely, Krystal Curtis, and Haley Cook.

                      Last Year, During The Holidays..

           

I was preparing myself for the—

1st annual Tequila Ball Pour Off  here in San Antonio on Dec 11th.

The SA Mixers & other Fine SA Companies hosted the First Annual TEQUILA BALL Pour Off at the spacious Backstage Live SA off Houston St. & Cherry St.

AFFILIATED WITH — Circle of Influence, Tredsetters Ent., Elite Magazine 210, SA Film Studios, G-Unit & Shadyville DJs, Studio 1400, Bexar County Friends & Associates, W.O.W- Women of Worth, Scenergy Dating, Sexy G 6 Girls, CoCo Warren Productions, and Free Apartment Locators with a Free Move.

*The Salvation Army sended their Parade of Kettles to the event to collect change and dollars.
 With admission, a free shot was always provided for those thirsty by the Sexy tequila shot girls hourly on the hour with friends, a dance the night away-night with 2 fabulous deejays who pumped the best dance music in the SA nightlife scene. And of course, the festive fashion show I modeled for, courtesy of Coco Productions and the Flamboyant Hair Show by JD & Victor Hair Salon, with the help of Cynthia Chapa Rangel (
Fashion Program Chair of International Academy of Design and Technology). With 100 Margarita cake pops provided by Elizabeth Lewis, W.O.W. Women Of Worth”s famous pink cookies, and a night to tantalize the taste buds. It was all about getting  ready for the fun festive sleek and heart-warming- sexy holidays.

Special Sponsors: BUD LIGHT, Las Palapas, Nice Rack Billiards, All Stars Gentlemans Club, Red Realty, Casa Salsita in the Quarry, El Tropicano Holiday Inn Riverwalk, FREE Cancun trips, Silla C Ranch, Pasha Resturaunt, Roof Top, Omni Bowl Tix.

                                             Salvation Army

                              Give Simply
                                             

 

Give Simply

The most common way for you to give to The Salvation Army in your community.
Click on the link below to do so-

https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=206

For more information on W.O.W. Women of Worth

Click on the link below — http://www.womenofworth.com/takeaction/takeaction.aspx

*Top Photo —My Promotional Runway Shot of the Event.

Bottom Two Photos — (Center) Myself, (Keelin Christopher), with Producer CoCo Warren and local San Antonio models, including: Aleah Jean, Claudia Nallely, Krystal Curtis, and Haley Cook.

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With about 1,500 participants this year- the Thanksgiving Turkey Challenge was a huge success. The San Antonio Food Bank’s The Great Turkey Challenge was a 5k Run/Walk Fundraising Event. For every $10.00 donated, the San Antonio Food Bank provided one turkey to a family in need this holiday season.
Fighting hunger one step at a time.
(For information on the San Antonio Food Bank- click on the photo to learn more).

Online
Donate by credit card or e-check through PayPal or with your American Express card through the GivingExpress® Program.
Please note: if you are making court ordered community service  payments, you must pay via money order, cashier’s check or cash. Please  do not pay via PayPal.
Donate at PayPal now 
American Express GivingExpress®



Phone
Just dial  210-337-3663 to donate. You can also inquire about scheduling a monthly donation.







Mail
You can mail a check to us at:
San Antonio Food Bank 5200 Old Highway 90 West San Antonio, Texas 78227




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Awarded Charity Navigator’s Highest Possible Rating

With about 1,500 participants this year- the Thanksgiving Turkey Challenge was a huge success. The San Antonio Food Bank’s The Great Turkey Challenge was a 5k Run/Walk Fundraising Event. For every $10.00 donated, the San Antonio Food Bank provided one turkey to a family in need this holiday season.

Fighting hunger one step at a time.

(For information on the San Antonio Food Bank- click on the photo to learn more).

Online

Donate by credit card or e-check through PayPal or with your American Express card through the GivingExpress® Program.

Please note: if you are making court ordered community service payments, you must pay via money order, cashier’s check or cash. Please do not pay via PayPal.

Phone

Just dial  210-337-3663 to donate. You can also inquire about scheduling a monthly donation.

Mail

You can mail a check to us at:

San Antonio Food Bank
5200 Old Highway 90 West
San Antonio, Texas 78227

A Member Of

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Texas Food Bank NetworkHaven for Hope

Awarded Charity Navigator’s Highest Possible Rating

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