Boys & Girls Club: Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio serves youth through a variety of after-school and summer programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development.

Child Advocates of San Antonio: The mission of Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) is to recruit, train, and supervise court-appointed volunteer Advocates who provide constancy for abused and neglected children and youth while advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes.

Food Bank: Fighting hunger is the number one priority of the Food Bank. However, the Food Bank utilizes a variety of programs and resources available to families, individuals, seniors, children, and military members in need.

Girls Inc.: Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy. The comprehensive approach to whole girl development equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent.

Habitat for Humanity: More than 11,000 volunteers assist in various Habitat for Humanity activities each year. Volunteers build houses, raise funds, work in our administrative offices, provide lunch for volunteers at the work site, work at our Home Centers and do much, much more for the San Antonio community.

Haven for Hope: Haven for Hope is the largest service provider for homeless individuals in Bexar County. Volunteers are needed year round to help provide the best experience possible.

San Antonio River Authority: The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) has a passion for sustaining and enriching life in the San Antonio River Watershed. Watershed Wise Warriors serve as community defenders of the flora and fauna of the waterways giving of their time and energy to advance the sustainability of the watershed. Watershed Wise Warriors are invited to participate in a variety of activities such as cleanups, ecosystem restoration projects and watershed education opportunities throughout the San Antonio River Watershed.

San Antonio Threads: San Antonio Threads is a non-profit that provides new clothes to teens in the foster care system. Volunteers can help with inventory, fundraising, grant writing or even by being a personal shopper!

United Way: In San Antonio, United Way focuses on improving early care and education for children, helping students succeed in school and strengthening families. Through community initiatives like these and investment in 138 programs at 69 agencies, United Way is helping to change people’s lives.