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Community Assistance

Information about public and private sector organizations and programs

Stronger Together SA

The City of San Antonio has curated a list of resources and contact information to help San Antonio residents recover from the winter storm.

Please visit Stronger Together SA .

Food and Water

In addition to the below, please see our Food/Groceries page for more community resources.


The San Antonio Food Bank has hosted emergency distributions in response to the winter storm. For more information on future food distribution events, kid meal programs, or assistance on applying for SNAP support please visit: https://safoodbank.org/cvresponse/ 

 

**Residents who are elderly or disabled can call 3-1-1 for food and water and request a delivery. (Source: SAHousingAuthority)

 

This San Antonio Report article has listed additional community resources. Find it here: sanantonioreport.org

Housing and Warming Center

  • The City of San Antonio opened the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center as a warming center. For more information, visit: https://www.sanantonio.gov/gpa/News
  • For a list of other emergency warming centers in San Antonio, visit: mysanantonio.com  Call for hours and availability.
  • The Bexar County Office of Emergency Management has also secured hotel rooms for residents with electrical medical equipment that requires a power supply. People who need this assistance are asked to call 3-1-1.

Donations and Ways You Can Help

The Morgan’s Wonderland Inclusion Foundation has started an initiative to fund services helping the community recover from the winter storm.

For more information and how to donate to one of the services responding to community needs, please visit: letshelpsa.com

 


To assist with relief efforts at the San Antonio Food Bank, please visit: safoodbank.org/ways-to-help/give-time/

 


To assist by volunteering at the City of San Antonio and Bexar County water distribution sites, please visit: City of San Antonio and Bexar County Water Distribution Sites

 


This San Antonio Report article has listed additional community resources and ways you can help. Find it here: sanantonioreport.org