These families are in the country legally and passing through our city as they make their way to various destinations around the U.S.
The City of San Antonio Resource Center is a small space activated in partnership with other nonprofits to provide basic human necessities such as hot meals, snacks, water, medicine, clothing and resources to help these individuals reach their destinations safely. On a daily basis, the center accommodates up to 80 migrants. All who have volunteered and made donations are greatly appreciated.
Consider making donations on your own or running a donation drive in your neighborhood, congregation, organization, school and/or place of work.
Monetary gift cards
For needed medicines. Drop off at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church front desk, 315 E. Pecan St., Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Contact: The Rev. Ann Benton Fraser, firstname.lastname@example.org
Both as basic accompaniment, as well as spiritual caregivers. Spanish is a plus. Contact: Interfaith Welcome Coalition, email@example.com
New clothes & new toys
Drop off at San Antonio Food Bank, 5200 Enrique M. Barrera Parkway, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gently used clothing
Drop off at any Goodwill of SA Donation Station and specify donation for the City of San Antonio’s Resource Center. Contact: 210-924-8581
For travel expenses and other critical financial needs. Direct to Catholic Charities at www.ccaosa.org Contact: 210-226-6178
Thank you for your compassionate care and generosity in this critical time of need.
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