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San Antonio Area Foundation

February, 2016

 Grants, Programs and Services 

                        Weekly E-News    

Check out our current list of workshops! 



Feb 4:  Managing and Recruiting Volunteers
Feb 10: Nonprofit Story Telling 101
Feb 16: Basic Grantwriting
Feb 17: Succession Planning: Continuity of Operations - 
CEO only
Feb 25: To Be or Not to Be a 501(c)(3)
Feb 25: Finding Funders Library Training

Mar 22: Board Principles - Effective Governance
Mar 24:  To Be or Not to Be a 501(c)(3)
Mar 24:  Finding Funders Library Training
Mar 30: Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace

Succession Planning – Advanced-Level Workshop for CEOs

Mention the words “Succession Planning” and people stop talking and give you their attention. Everyone is thinking: “What happened? Are you leaving? Who will lead this organization?”

 With succession planning, the board and CEO acknowledge that the agency will experience changes in leadership and ensure systems are in place to support operations, develop C-Suite leaders and communicate and celebrate leadership changes.

Join us for the first in a three-part series of sessions about succession planning. Those who complete this advanced level workshop will learn more about a succession planning framework and a tool ready for immediate use.

Date and Time: Feb. 17th from 9 to 3 p.m.

For more information or to register, click here.



Don't Miss This Opportunity!

If you plan to submit a grant application for Children & Youth or Medicine & Healthcare this year, the deadline is midnight Monday, February 8. Staff will be available to answer questions until 5 pm on Monday, so we encourage you to apply early.   Hurry – Apply Now!


Community Meetings to Announce the High School Completion Grantmaking Process for 2016

The Area Foundation will hold two meetings with the community to share information and funding guidelines for the grantmaking process.  The meetings will be held at the San Antonio Area Foundation offices.   

Dates and times are:

Tuesday, February 9 
9:00 – 10:30 am. 
Wednesday, February 10
1:30 – 3:00 pm.

Register today!
A Fundraising Opportunity for the 
San Antonio Area

Savor Catering/Concessions will be managing the food and beverage sales at the Alamodome in San Antonio. They are recruiting nonprofit organizations to staff the concession stands - a great opportunity to help achieve your fundraising goals! They would like to arrange a time and place to meet at your convenience to review the details. 

Please contact their staffing manager, Beatriz Quintero, at for more information or if you have any questions.



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