Consider this, when donating to
the local charitable chapters of the Down Syndrome Association, Food Bank,
Alzheimer's Association, The Rib Foundation, American Cancer Society, The
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, American Diabetes Association, Cancer
Research, Oblate Madonna Residence, Mujeres Unidas, Inc., The Hispanic
Heritage Foundation, Los Sembradores de San Antonio, the homeless. Even,
helping a high school senior (scholarship recipient) participate in her
dream prom by providing her dress, shoes, make-over, transportation,
dinner(out of our own pockets); helping families pay funeral expenses,
medical bills and CareLink Ins. premiums we fulfill serving our
community. But, it all comes
with conditions set by the Federal, State, County and Municipal
Governments Laws and Ordinances.
We meet those restrictions with legal and professional accounting
Our focus, to the community,
is to maintain or improve our commitment to the
became a 501(c)3 organization (1999), we have been able to assist
individuals and/or organizations in need and provide scholarships to
deserving hispanic students, either in a partnership with a national
organization or individually.
In 2008, we began an endowed scholarship fund with The University
of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) to maximize the potential of providing more
opportunities to in-coming San Antonio freshmen. We are proud,
grateful and eager to continue this relationship with
I applaud and convey my
sincere appreciation to the membership for adhering to their sense of duty
and compassion and to our many (some long-standing) supporters for helping
us help others. To
continue our philanthropic purpose we need your support.
When you navigate
through the available tabs you are exposed to our History,Goals and
Event(s) and we invite you to support or join our Organization.
"Whatever you do for the
least of my brethren, you do for me."