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Our clients love our creative work, our enthusiasm in helping their business, and our genuine interest in seeing their business succeed. We help our clients in many ways, even ways outside our industry. We believe in going the extra mile in servicing our loyal clients.
San Antonio’s bustling urban environs and picturesque natural surroundings both serve as the setting for Adventure Club San Antonio’s organized, jovial group outings for singles and married couples alike. Resident staffers heed suggestions from more than 300 members and 200 fortune cookies to devise a calendar of events that brims with an average of 60 activities every month, most of which are free of charge. After perusing the bevy of activities, participants congregate amid the verdant San Antonio–area wilderness for outdoor recreation such as hiking and canoeing, or within the lively city limits for dinners, sports matches, members-only shindigs, and frequent volunteer sessions for local charities.
Aside from the chance to mingle with new friends and explore the region, members receive discounts at dozens of local businesses, and can swiftly find a companion for unofficial events and shadow-puppet castings via a handy activity partners’ forum. Additionally, Adventure Club can connect members to a network of similar groups in Austin and Houston.
You don't have to be born on the planet Krypton or have a fancy Batcave to help others. At the Epilepsy SuperHero 5K Fun Run/Walk, all it takes a little heart, a little drive, and a colorful costume to make a difference. This 8th annual superhero themed event—part of National Epilepsy Awareness Month—features something for every member of the family, from caped crusader participants to non-caped observers. Here are some of the highlights:
The Course: The scenic trails of Mission County Park play host to the event, offering a smooth journey for walkers and runners alike
What to Wear: A superhero costume, of course, or anything purple in honor of the yearly Purple Day for Epilepsy. Afterwards, you can go back to being Clark Kent by donning your brand new t-shirt (free for all participants)
Post-Race Festivities: Cool down with drinks and snacks and enjoy music as you watch (or take the stage) at the awards ceremony
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Offering: Finisher medals for all, awards for top three winners in each age category, music, and food
Recommended Age Group: Family Event
Pro Tip: Bring your family, friends and neighbors.
It's a family event with a kids' race and activities.
Q&A with Maliha Imami, Director of Development and Communications
When and how did you first develop a passion for your work?
_I have worked in non-profits most of my adult life. I love that QUEST actually makes a sustainable impact in lives of families through long term skills training. _
Founded in 1990, Alamo Community Group (ACG) is a non-profit
to provide affordable housing to working families and veterans in San Antonio and Bexar County. Now, as a way to give back and further support the community, the House Our Heroes Veterans Assistance Program provides stable housing, extensive supportive services, and temporary financial assistance to homeless veterans and veteran families at risk of homelessness. The proceeds of the 4th Annual House Our Heroes SA 5K Run will benefit ACG’s homeless veterans program. The race will be held on Saturday October 1, 2016. While being cheered on by volunteers and local celebrities, runners circle Woodlawn Lake Park, an 100-year-old natural oasis centrally located in San Antonio. Visit www.houseourheroessa.org or call 210-731-8030 for more information.
For more than 55 years, the mission of non-profit Prevent Blindness Texas has been to prevent blindness, preserve sight, and improve vision for Texans. Through thousands of vision screenings each year, the staff helps clients of all ages, such as children at risk of lazy eyes or adults at risk for glaucoma. They also strive to educate the public through media campaigns, public service announcements, and special events.