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City of San Antonio – Interfaith Based Initiative

The Interfaith Initiative’s Focus and Vision is:

“To facilitate relational collaboration, active partnerships and networked services between the San Antonio faith community, government agencies, non-profit organizations and community groups towards improving the lives of families and communities in need.”

The Initiative maintains a text based “Urgent SA Response List“.  The list is used to alert volunteers to urgent human needs or services that will benefit from a concerted and well-informed effort.  Text Compassion to 55000 to sign up.

Participation in The Initiative is voluntary. For more information and/or to sign up yourself, congregation or organization: Rev. Ann Helmke at 210.207.5036.

Official website – Department of Human Service – Faith Based Initiative

Recent Action Alerts:

Face masks now mandated for 10 years and older

Donation drives now weekly to help equip the most vulnerable in Our City. Children. Seniors. Homeless. Immigrants. Face masks: Need to be new and washable for reuse Can be handmade or purchased Adult and children-sized both are needed Drop off in person every...

30,000+ Face Coverings Still Needed by Most Vulnerable in Our City

Going on 15,000 face coverings have been distributed in areas and to folks who are most vulnerable during this COVID times -- seniors, homeless, immigrants, families, 1st responders and healthcare workers. Face coverings need to be NEW and RE-USABLE (washable). These...

Top Human Need TODAY due to COVID is Housing $-Support

Funding is available for San Antonio residents! Please get this information out to yours and our communities ASAP: COVID-19 Emergency Housing Assistance...

Face masks are part of the answer in coronavirus pandemic

HOMEMADE. SCARVES. BANDANNAS. HANDKERCHIEFS. Any of these will work in reducing COVID-19 transmission.   Read the below link in case you haven't heard or need more detail clarity.Read the above in case you need more detail clarity or haven't heard.   Three...
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