Grant Information Meetings
Friday, November 2, 2012 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 2:30 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The San Antonio Area Foundation will be holding Grant Information Meetings to inform nonprofit organizations about our Community Grant application process. In these meetings we will discuss:
· Application Guidelines
· Review and selection process
· Funding priorities in the following categories:
- Animal Services
- Arts and Culture
- Community and Human Services (Children and Youth, Seniors, Community-at-Large)
- Medicine and Healthcare (including Visual Services)
· The Area Foundation’s interest in funding programs that align with targets identified in specific areas of the SA2020 plan as they relate to our priorities:
- Arts and Culture
- Community Safety
- Downtown Development
- Economic Competitiveness
- Family Well-being
- Health and Fitness
- Neighborhoods & Growth Management
While these are not required meetings, we encourage you or a representative of your organization to attend. Due to limited seating, we require registration and ask that each organization send only one representative. We are holding these meetings by categories of funding, so please choose a meeting date from the list below.
All meetings will be held at the San Antonio Area Foundation office, 110 Broadway, 2nd Floor. Free parking will be available at 415 E. Martin & Taylor St. If you would like to park in other lots, you will be responsible for the cost.
Please contact Lydia Saldaña at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-228-3753 if you have questions.
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San Antonio Area Foundation
...helping donors achieve their charitable goals for the greater benefit of the community
The San Antonio Area Foundation, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014, makes grants from funds established by individuals, families, businesses or other entities to support charitable causes. The Area Foundation manages more than $250 million in assets and has distributed more than $220 million for scholarships and grants to educate youth, preserve the environment, protect animals, fund research and provide services that enhance the quality of life in our region.