The Big Give 2020: Donation ideas for local nonprofits
SAN ANTONIO – The Big Give is a great way to donate, but the list of hundreds of nonprofits can be a little daunting. If you’re not sure which nonprofits you should help, we’ve rounded up a few ideas for you. Watch the video above for more great reasons to donate, and there are hundreds more worthy nonprofits on The Big Give’s website. The Big Give runs through 11:59 p.m. tonight. Related:- The Big Give 2020: The San Antonio Food Bank- The Big Give 2020: YOSA (Youth Orchestras of San Antonio)- The Big Give 2020: Texas Chihuahua Rescue
The Big Give 2020: San Antonio Food Bank feeds 120K South Texans per week
SAN ANTONIO – Did you know giving just $1 to the San Antonio Food Bank provides seven meals for people who are food insecure here in the Alamo City? Some fast facts about the San Antonio Food Bank:A donation of $5 can feed a child for a week. The average number the food bank serves more than doubled during the pandemic to 120,000 per week. The food bank set up weekly mega distributions to give up to 2,000 households up to 2 weeks' worth of food at a time. You can give to to the San Antonio Food Bank today on The Big Give’s website.
Help build new cottage for senior dogs
The Texas Chihuahua Rescue is one of the great organizations you can help during this huge fundraiser for South Texas nonprofits. The incredible growth at the Texas Chihuahua Rescue has allowed them to save more dogs every year. Theyve expanded to a second kennel, a second transport truck, and now the next big project is their Senior Care Cottage. Heres a link to give directly to the Texas Chihuahua Rescue through The Big Give. And give any time to the Texas Chihuahua Rescue here.
The Big Give 2020 raises money for area nonprofits
SAN ANTONIO The Big Give 2020 has kicked off 24 hours of fundraising for hundreds of nonprofit organizations across Bexar County. The event is entirely virtual this year, and the goal is to help fund non-profit organizations. The Big Give 2020 lasts until midnight Thursday. As of now, more than 300 organizations have raised more than $525,000. Since 2014, 217,039 donors have given over $25 million dollars to local nonprofits through The Big Give.