YWCA San Antonio

What We Do

 

2012 Highlights

Olga Madrid Child Development Center provided over 240 children with age-appropriate cognitive activities that improve mental, physical and emotional well being.

 

Mi Carrera helped over 180 young women, 12-19, stay in school and Precious Minds New Connectionsprovided parenting training to teen moms. 

 

Parents and Children Together (PACT) and Early On

educated over 1,000 parents and formal/informal childcare providers on the importance of early brain development and school readiness in children.

 

Positive Youth Development (PYD)

provided over 450 youth with basketball, soccer, baseball, and swimming programs.

 

Self-Employment for Economic Development (SEED) provided economic literacy training to 55 San Antonio residents.

 

Teen Volunteer Program (TVP) served over 350 youth with community and work place volunteer activities.

 

ENCOREplus helped provide low-cost mammograms to over 600 medically underserved women in San Antonio.

 

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

prepared over 4,300 tax returns for San Antonio residents.

 

Ventanilla de Salud and the Consulate General of Mexico served over 5,000 immigrants from Mexico with health education.

 

After School Challenge Program provided education programming to 23 San Antonio Elementary Schools.  

 

Senior Connection provided over 250 seniors with health and exercise activities. 

 

Very Early Childhood Centers provided family strengthening services at Stafford and Tynan elementary schools.   

  • We have made progress, but we still have a long way to go

     

    14,000

    The number of lives touched by the YWCA San Antonio in 2012.