After months of quiet, the Canyon is seeing people again. You’ve been missed.
Video: Glenn Echols talks about his years working with Howard Butt, Jr. and Barbara Dan Butt.
As a solution to a big social problem like inequity, “relationships” may sound too simple or too soft. But lack of connection between people perpetuates a lack of empathy and understanding, which leads to a lack of vision for lasting change. And there’s nothing soft about relationships.
Who received and responded to the survey? The basic answer: older people of Christian faith in Texas who tend to have an abundance of resources. These mature, affluent, religious communities see themselves as oriented to the needs of people experiencing poverty in their areas.
We asked 20,000 people questions about what social concerns they feel need the most attention. We also gave them a chance to tell us about what they’re already doing in their community. Here's what we learned.
We undertook this survey as one early step toward an ambitious goal: to engage our community in a new conversation about why poverty and inequity exist and persist. To put it differently, we intend to inspire fresh thinking around an age—old question: “Who is my neighbor?”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: In July, the H. E. Butt Foundation will begin construction of a new office and convening complex on West Sunset Road, just a few miles north of downtown San Antonio.
Thanks to FII, H. E. Butt Foundation, City of San Antonio, Google.org Partnership, thousands of San Antonio families to have cash in hand.
Let's take a look back at last year.
River stewardship means safe water for critters and neighbors.