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Hurricane Harvey relief funds available
San Antonio Area Foundation

September, 2017

Hurricane Harvey relief funds available 
Agencies in an eight-county area can qualify

Compassion Fatigue 2016

In an effort to provide hurricane disaster relief to nonprofits in the area, the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, has announced available grant funds.

Nonprofits in Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina and Wilson counties can apply for these grants as long as they are helping local residents affected by or evacuees fleeing from the devastation created by Hurricane Harvey.

Funding is also available to nonprofits themselves if experiencing increased service needs, disruption of services or damage to the facility due to the storm.

Grants up to $50,000 are available for nonprofits, only. Individuals cannot apply. To apply for funding, visit saafdn.org/DisasterRelief.

22 chosen for leadership program
Nonprofit executives named Andeavor Leadership Fellows

The Andeavor (formerly Tesoro) Leadership Fellows have been selected! Nine CEOs and 13 senior staff members will take part in the highly-competitive nonprofit leadership training program taught by HOLT Development Services, Inc, and other local experts. Learn more about the Fellows.

Get On Board! deadline extended
Submit your nonprofit application by Sept. 6

There's still time to submit your Get On Board! application. The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, Sept. 6. Be a part of San Antonio’s board recruiting summit where you can meet the next generation of board members and volunteers. Get on Board! takes place Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the Whitley Theological Center.  

Cultivate valuable partnerships
Get the tools needed to strengthen your corporate relationships

Discover how to deepen corporate and nonprofit partnerships at our Corporate and Nonprofit Partnerships workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 12. This course will help you

  • Understand the basic reasons corporations choose nonprofit partners
  • Define and articulate a corporate partnership package
  • Integrate at least two new strategies for conveying impact to corporate partners

Master key components of ethical leadership
Lead your organization, staff with conscious behavior

On Wednesday, Sept. 13, our Ethical Leadership workshop will be led by Dr. Kathryn E. Keeton, CEO of Minerva Work Solutions and author of multiple publications on innovation and teamwork. Join Keeton for a presentation on the key components of ethical or conscious leadership and its impact on employees and organizations.

Mark Your Calendar! 

Visit saafdn.org/Calendar for a complete list of upcoming workshops, events, and grant deadlines.

 Sept. 1: Strengthening Nonprofits Phase I Grant Deadline
 Sept. 7: Mastering Supervisory Skills and Techniques
 Sept. 7: Texas Connector Workshop
Sept. 12: Corporate and Nonprofit Partnerships 
Sept. 13: Ethical Leadership
Sept. 14: Resource Information Lunch and Learn

Learn more about how we help nonprofits fulfill their missions.



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