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Stuck At Home? Here’s How to Help During a Public Health Crisis By Iris Dimmick
As thousands of San Antonians practice social distancing and work from home to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, many are looking for volunteer and charity opportunities to help those most affected.
While senior citizens with underlying health conditions are the most at risk of dying from COVID-19, low-income families are the most at risk of suffering economically from the secondary impacts of school shutdowns and cuts to work hours. The City of San Antonio, Bexar County, nonprofits, and corporations are ramping up awareness of where...
H-E-B, USAA give millions to aid San Antonio nonprofits responding to coronavirusBy Patrick Danner and Madison Iszler
Two of San Antonio’s largest private employers are donating millions to local nonprofits to support their response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
USAA said Monday it has donated $1 million to organizations that include the San Antonio Food Bank, South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, Meals on Wheels, Haven for Hope and United Way of San Antonio.
The San Antonio financial services and insurance firm said the nonprofits will use the proceeds to provide food, housing, blood and other essentials....