San Antonio Family Endeavors - originally called San Antonio Urban Council, and then later San Antonio Urban Ministries (SAUM), is a private non-profit agency founded by several inner-city churches in late 1960's. These churches identified critical issues for those most at risk in San Antonio, and then San Antonio Family Endeavors developed programs to directly address those needs.
Over the last 40 years San Antonio Family Endeavors has been a catalyst for assisting and/or establishing several local community programs. These programs are the legacy and accomplishments of San Antonio Family Endeavors and include such agencies as: Habitat for Humanity-SA, Roy Maas' Youth Alternatives, Ella Austin Community Center, Victoria Courts Childcare, SAMMinistries Shelter, Presa Community Services Center, Urban Alliance, and the San Antonio Food Bank.
San Antonio Family Endeavors has a history and strong belief in innovation and collaboration. This includes current collaborations with key social service organizations and school districts such as:, Family Violence Prevention Center, Haven for Hope, SAMMinistries, United Way, Jump Start, Sunshine School for Deaf Children, City of San Antonio, South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH), SWISD, and NISD.
For the last several years San Antonio Family Endeavors has focused our energies on providing an array of programs and services in support of children, families, and those struggling with mental illness. Our programs include:
After School Programs: Safe, quality, enriching after school programs provided to approximately 2000 elementary age kids a year in San Antonio School districts.
Spring & Summer Day Camps: Exciting and fun day camps provided to over 200 kids each spring and summer in the San Antonio area.
Fairweather Programs: Housing, job training, and supportive services provided to individuals with persistent mental illness and their children.
Fairweather Professional Services: Landscaping and Custodial Service Company that supports, trains, and employs individuals with disabilities. – less – More from ZoomInfo »