2018-19 Community Impact Annual Report

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Empowering our community to live healthy lives; by providing prevention, intervention, and recovery support services for children and adults.

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Community Impact Report

2018 - 2019

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Our Mission and Vision ..................................................................................................... 2

Board of Directors ........................................................................................................... 4

A Message from our Leadership ..................................................................................... 5

SACADA Numbers for 2018-2019 .................................................................................... 6

Leadership and Staff at SACADA .................................................................................... 7

Services Provided at SACADA .................................................................................... 8-14

Red Ribbon Luncheon 2018 ............................................................................................. 15

Pars for Prevention Charity Golf Tournament 2019 .............................................. 16

Donor Recognition .................................................................................................... 17-18

Gifts-In-Kind .................................................................................................................... 19

Grant Funding .................................................................................................................. 20

SACADA in the Community ......................................................................................... 21-26

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SACADA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

PRESIDENT

Mr. Randall S. Garcia

Creative Campaigns

Owner

VICE-PRESIDENT

Mr. Dick Coons

WellMed Medical Management

Vice President of Business Development

SECRETARY

Dr. Jeanie Murphy

University of Phoenix

Director of Academic Affairs

TREASURER

Ms. Diana Y. Serna

Wells Fargo Bank

Senior Lead Auditor

PAST PRESIDENT

Mr. John P. Locke

Valero Energy Corporation

Corporate Vice President - Investor

Relations, Policy, Strategy, and Communications

MEMBERS

Mr. Edgar “Andy” Anderson

USAA

Senior Process Engineer

MEMBERS

Dr. Steve C. Henry

Retired

Mr. Jamie Hoggatt

Network Funding, LP

Branch Manager

Mr. T. J. Mayes

Phipps Deacon Purnell, PLLC

Attorney at Law

Ms. PeTrina McIntyre

U.S. Army South

Chief, Financial Services Division

Dr. Jennifer S. Potter

UT Health Science Center—Long School of Medicine

Professor of Psychiatry Vice Dean for Research

Mr. Jim Rector

Site Control

President

Dr. Ramon G . Reyes

Bandera Family Medical Group

Medical Director

Auditor II

Mr. Randy Carswell

Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

Senior Vice President—Chief

Accounting Officer

Mr. Allan K. DuBois

Law Office of Allan K. DuBois, P.C.

Attorney/Mediator

Ms. Sara E. Dysart

Attorney at Law

Dr. Abel Gonzales

The University of Texas at San Antonio

Director, Instructional Outreach Program

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADERSHIP

We feel extremely fortunate to live, work, and serve our community. Why? Because of the great

support the San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness (SACADA) receives from area

foundations, corporations, individuals, volunteers, our Board of Directors, and our loyal

staff. When we unite our efforts toward common goals, we can help thousands of children and

adults in our community live drug-free lives.

We believe that the prevention field across Texas has helped change numbers for the positive in

first use of substances among children. SACADA is the leading agency providing prevention in

four counties with over twenty-five certified staff. We deliver evidence-based strategies and use

data to determine where to provide services.

Our recovery coach team continues to remove barriers to recovery by providing hope and resources

to those who are struggling with the disease of addiction. We continue to work to remove

stigma associated with substance use.

In 2019, our Community Coalitions grew to not only implement strategies in Bexar County, but

now working in Comal, Guadalupe, and Kendall counties.

We are honored to have supporters that allow us to serve our community. We are indebted to

your generosity, and we offer our deepest gratitude for your time and commitment in supporting

SACADA. To those just getting to know use, we invite you to learn more about our impact and

how you can partner with us.

On behalf of our Staff and Board of Directors, we thank you and look forward to making a difference

in the lives of children and adults in our community.

Abigail G. Moore

Abigail Garza Moore

Chief Executive Officer

Randall S. Garcia

Randall S. Garcia

Board President

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SACADA NUMBERS FOR 2018-2019

Our mission is “Empowering our community to live healthy lives; by providing prevention, intervention, and recovery

support services for children and adults.” In our 2018-2019 fiscal year, we had the following impact in

our community:

Total

People Served in

FY 2018-2019

99,876

Number of

Youth Receiving

Prevention Education/

Skills Training

5,709

Number of

Youth & Adults who

attended 718

Presentations

27,164

Number of

Youth & Adults who

attended Alternative

Activities

15,664

Number of

Youth & Adults who

received Alochol,

Tobacco & Other

Drug Information

47,718

Number of

Adults in Recovery

Served

3,134

Number of Adults

attending DWI, MIP,

ADAEP, Marijuana

Awareness, and First

Friday Workshops

487

• Curriculum Groups Completed - 318

• Number of New and/or Renewed Community

Agreements - 383

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LEADERSHIP AND STAFF AT SACADA

Management

Mrs. Abigail Garza Moore, LPC, LCDC, ACPS

Chief Executive Officer

Mrs. Lisa M. Juarez

Chief Operating Officer

Mrs. Gyna Juarez, ACPS

Senior Director, Prevention Resource Center

Mrs. Mary Almendarez, ACPS

Youth Prevention Director

Mrs. Melissa Scott, ACPS

Youth Prevention Associate Director

Mrs. Andrea Salazar, ACPS

Youth Prevention Associate Director

Ms. Diana Carreon, APS

Addiction and Recovery Director

Ms. Velda Robles Schalk

Development Director

Mrs. Vickie Adams, ACPS

Coalition Director, Circles of

San Antonio Community Coalitions

LPC - Licensed Professional Counselor; LCDC - Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor;

ACPS - Advanced Certified Prevention Specialist; APS - Advanced Prevention Specialist

Staff

Administration

Mrs. Beatrice Gutierrez, Bookkeeper

Mrs. Georgette Reyes, Accountant I

Mrs. Gloria Solis, HR & Administrative Assistant

Mrs. Rose Suarez, Information Specialist

Coalition

Ms. Amy Alston, Community Coalition

Coordinator - Guadalupe County

Mr. Boyd Baxter, Community Coalition

Coordinator - Comal County

Ms. Betsy Jones, Circles of San Antonio

Community Coalition Coordinator

Mrs. Aubrie Walker, Community Coalition

Coordinator - Kendall County

Ms. Vicki Thomas, Circles of San Antonio

Community Coalition Coordinator

Development

Ms. Kristel Gonzaba, Marketing Specialist

Prevention Resource Center

Mr. Uriel Hernandez, Tobacco Prevention Specialist

Mr. Marcus Kavanaugh, Public Relations Coordinator

Ms. Teresa Stewart, Data Coordinator

Youth Prevention

Mrs. Adorne Andoh, Youth Prevention Specialist

Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, Youth Prevention Specialist

Mr. Joseph Ibarra, Youth Prevention Specialist,

HYPE Coordinator

Ms. Adriana Jaramillo, Youth Prevention Specialist

Ms. Claire O’Brien, Youth Prevention Specialist

Mrs. Sandra Ramos, Youth Prevention Specialist

Mr. Tomas Reyes, Case Manager

Mr. Torrance Sephus, Youth Prevention Specialist,

Team Lead

Ms. Denise Smith, APS, Youth Prevention Specialist,

Team Lead

Ms. Delma Thornton, APS, Youth Prevention Specialist

Ms. Tammy Tran, Youth Prevention Specialist

Ms. Alessandra Ytuarte, Youth Prevention Specialist

Recovery Coaches

Mr. Jose Martinez, Recovery Support Peer Specialist, Supervisor

Mrs. Cynthia Alderete, Recovery Support Peer Specialist

Mr. Orlando Castillo, Recovery Advocate

Mr. Zachary Darrow, Recovery Advocate

Mrs. Liz Garcia, Recovery Support Peer Specialist

Mr. Leroy Garcia, Recovery Support Peer Specialist

Mrs. Nevia Gonzalez, Recovery Advocate

Yosepa Scott, Recovery Support Peer Specialist

Mr. Donney Vanblaricum, Recovery Support Peer

Specialist, Team Lead

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SERVICES OFFERED BY SACADA

YOUTH PREVENTION

The San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness launched Youth Prevention Programs in 1987

as a school-based program for 4th and 5th graders. At the time, statistics showed that 1 in every 4 children,

in any classroom, had the disease of addiction in their family. Studies suggested that children of substance

users, although at increased risk for developing the disease themselves, could be empowered to understand

addiction as a disease that was preventable, and that they were not responsible for the behaviors of

others. Over the years, SACADA’s Youth Prevention program has grown to include children ages 6-18 and

has become a discovery and skill-building program for all children as they are faced with negative influences

in a more complex society.

In today’s world, many children and teens deal with adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) which can

be a precursor to mental health and/or substance use problems. SACADA’s program teaches children social

and emotional learning skills to help children think critically, cope with anger and frustration, mediate

trouble situations, understand how to take responsibility for themselves, and in general, how to live a

healthy and drug-free life.

SACADA is now serving Bexar, Atascosa, Bandera, Kendall, Kerr, Medina and Wilson counties. The

evidence-based substance use prevention services include:

Youth Prevention Universal (YPU) - Targets all children and teens teaching the Too Good for Drugs program.

Topics include goal setting, identifying and managing emotions, effective communication, relationships,

effects of using substances, risk of tobacco/vaping, and peer pressure refusal skills. The goal is to

improve social skills and reduce risks of substance use.

Youth Prevention Selective (YPS) - Targets children and teens at a higher risk. Often recommended by

teachers/counselors because of family situations. This program has the same principals as above, but

adds emphasis on handling anger, making healthy choices, resisting negative peer pressure, and setting

goals.

Youth Prevention Indicated (YPI) - Designed for individuals who exhibit substance risk-related behaviors.

These are students who have been found with substances and/or attended school under the influence.

This curriculum goes into more details about the effects of long-term use and the consequences. The goal

is to provide information to children to make the decision to be drug-free.

For more information regarding these programs and implementation, contact:

Andrea Salazar - asalazar@sacada.org

Youth Prevention Associate Director

Melissa Scott - mscott@sacada.org

Youth Prevention Associate Director

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HYPE

(Helping Youth Prevention through Entertainment)

HYPE is a youth coalition and performing arts group

made up of volunteer youth ambassadors with a passion

for dance who want to educate their peers about the dangers

of using drugs. These youth ambassadors perform

at school assemblies, after school programs, and community

events.

DID YOU KNOW….According to the 2018 Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use for our region, the

average age of first use for substances are:

Tobacco - 13.9 years Alcohol - 13.2 years Marijuana - 14.1 years

Synthetic Marijuana - 14.0 years Cocaine - 14.6 years Crack - 13.1 years

Steroids - 12.8 years Ecstasy - 14.5 years Heroin - 13.5 years

Methamphetamine - 13.5 years

Inhalants - 11.7 years

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SERVICES OFFERED BY SACADA

ADDICTION & RECOVERY SERVICES

The recovery program is designed to increase the prevalence

and quality of long-term recovery from substance use

disorders by mobilizing recovery support services in Bexar

and surrounding counties. Current initiatives include providing

direct peer-to-peer services to persons dealing with substances,

training on Stigma and Why Language Matters,

training on Opioid-Use Prevention and Narcan Reversal to

Traditional and Non-Traditional First Responders, coordinating

with First Responders to provide coaching immediately

following opioid overdoses, and working with new mothers

and babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).

SACADA’s recovery program partners with specialty courts,

law enforcement, treatment centers, hospitals, the re-entry

center, transitional living homes and various other agencies

across the region to support and enhance recovery-focused

community efforts.

• A recovery coach will meet with their

mentee weekly or various times throughout

the month, depending on the level of need.

• A recovery coach will develop a “recovery

plan” to help mentee reach short and longterm

goals.

• A recovery coach will support, empower

and motivate their mentee along their journey.

Mentee may qualify for assistance with:

• ID Recovery (Birth Certificates/Driver’s

License/Social Security Card)

• Overdose Reversal Training

• Job Prep, Search and Resume

• Substance Abuse Treatment

• Sober Living and Transitional Housing

• Anger Management / Batterers Intervention

• Provide services at flexible hours

• Traffic Tickets/ Municipal Court Warrants

• Family Violence Prevention Course

• Link to Health Insurance, Medical and

Dental care

• Other Educational Training Programs

• Transportation

• HIV Testing/Counseling

• Childcare and Family Counseling

• DWI Classes & Drug Offender Program

requirements

• Community Service Hours

• Support with Probation Requirements

• GED Courses and Testing

• Other Referral Services

SACADA’s Recovery Support Team

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EDUCATION & TRAINING

Trainings for professionals, youth, clergy, and teachers are offered on drug and alcohol trends and other

related topics. SACADA provides workplace training to assist businesses in revising or developing policies,

training supervisors, educating and facilitating employees into staff programs for necessary assistance.

FIRST FRIDAY WORKSHOPS

First Friday Workshops give continuing education hours (CEHs) for professionals in the substance use

disorder field, but are open to the general public. Experts from various backgrounds present on topics

such as addiction, drug trends, mental health issues, cyberbullying, etc. Each workshop is 3-hours, earning

the participants a 3-hour CEH. SACADA is a certified CEH provider for LCDC, LPC, CCJP, Social

Workers, and LMFT.

COURT MANDATED EDUCATION

Ongoing classes are provided to youth and adults whose lifestyle choices have put them at risk for substance

use disorder. SACADA is a certified provider of the DWI Education Course and the Alcohol

Awareness Course (Minor in Possession) by the Texas Department of Licensing and Registration.

Other courses taught are the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Education (ADAEP), which is a 10-week

drug intervention education program for adults 18 and older and designed to educate on life-skills, substance

use disorder and healthy

behaviors. Our newest program is the Marijuana Awareness Education Course. This course provides

marijuana education on consequences, health effects, and resources available.

PREVENTION RESOURCE CENTER

SACADA’s Prevention Resource Center (PRC) is a data hub and prevention training liaison for Region 8.

The PRC produces an annual Regional Needs Assessment to serve as a community reference tool with region

specific substance use and related information.

Education & Training

Prevention Resource Center Team

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COMMUNITY COALITIONS

The Circles of San Antonio Community Coalition was created in 1998 by a group of caring individuals and agencies. The

vision is a community where young people are respected, appreciated, and provided the opportunity to live safe and

healthy lives. Our mission is creating change through collaboration with community stakeholders to educate and motivate

individuals, families, organizations, and institutions with the goal to prevent and reduce substance misuse.

The goals of the Coalition are to reduce substance use among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors

in our community that increase the risk of substance misuse, to promote the factors that minimize the risks of substance

misuse, and to establish and strengthen collaboration among partner organizations in support of the community’s

effort to reduce and prevent substance abuse among youth.

Beginning in 2019, SACADA now has coalitions in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, and Kendall counties. Each of the four

coalitions promote a drug-free community by:

• Mobilizing diverse partnerships,

• Developing, implementing and supporting community level change, and

• Increasing public awareness of the harmful effects of alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and non-medical use of prescription

drugs.

To get involved or find out more about SACADA’s Community Coalition, contact Vickie Adams, Coalition Director, at

vadams@sacada.org.

SACADA Community Coalitions Team

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PRESENTATIONS OFFERED BY SACADA

The San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness (SACADA) offers FREE presentations as requested,

upon availability. Below is a list of topics. To request a presentation, contact the person listed.

Meaningful Connections (4-Part Series)

These presentations are designed for adults and are each 1-hour long. You may book the entire series or any topic

individually. To arrange these presentations for your group, contact Andrea Salazar, Associate Youth Director,

at asalazar@sacada.org.

• Relationships that Matter – Communication between parents and teens

• Signs of Drugs and Alcohol Misuse

• Beat Stress Before It Beats You

• Clearing the Smoke: What you Need to Know about Vaping

Prescription Drugs and Opioids

This presentation defines prescription drug misuse, universal precautions, and facts about prescription stimulants,

sedatives, and painkillers. Topics include a brief history of the opioid crisis and strategies to reduce risks of addiction

and overdose deaths. Ways to dispose of extra medication safely are discussed. 30-60 minutes. Contact

Vickie Adams, Coalition Director, at vadams@sacada.org.

Overdose Reversal (Narcan) Training

SACADA’s Addiction & Recovery Program offers Overdose Reversal (Narcan) Training. Attendees will receive an

update on the growing opioid epidemic in Texas. By the end of the training, attendees will know how to recognize,

respond and evaluate an opioid overdose and where to access Naloxone (Narcan). The training if offered to traditional

and non-traditional First Responders. Contact Jose Martinez, Program Supervisor, at

jmartinez@sacada.org to schedule a training.

Stigma and Substance Use – Recovery Is Possible

This training will cover the incidence of substance use disorders, definitions and background of substance use disorders,

definition of stigma and how stigma affects persons with substance use disorders and why language matters.

1-hour presentation. Contact Diana Boone, Recovery & Addiction Program Director, at dboone@sacada.org.

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PRESENTATIONS OFFERED BY SACADA (Continued)

Alcohol Education

This presentation talks about local underage drinking statistics, youth health effects and negative consequences,

and San Antonio’s Social Host Ordinance. 30-60 minutes. Contact Vickie Adams, Coalition Director, at

vadams@sacada.org.

E-Cigarettes

This presentation discusses the definition of e-cigarettes, youth e-cigarette use statistics, youth health effects, Tobacco

21 ordinance. 20-30 minutes. Contact Vickie Adams, Coalition Director, at vadams@sacada.org.

Marijuana: Drug Facts and Policy Updates

This presentation covers health effects, social issues, and policy considerations involved in decriminalizing or legalizing

marijuana for retail or medicinal use. 30-60 minutes Contact Vickie Adams, Coalition Director, at

vadams@sacada.org.

Activities

In addition to presentations to adults on alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs and drug trends, SACADA offers

positive activities such as Bingo, crafts, and other games. The minimum amount of time needed is 30 minutes for

each activity. To arrange for an activity with your group, contact Melissa Scott, Associate Youth Director, at

mscott@sacada.org.

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RED RIBBON LUNCHEON 2018

On October 23, 2018, SACADA held its annual Red Ribbon Luncheon at The Plaza Club with keynote speaker Darryl

Strawberry. Strawberry was one of baseball’s biggest stars before his career was derailed by substance use problems.

He helped lead the New York Mets to the World Series championship in 1986 and the New York Yankees to three World

Series championships in 1996, 1998, and 1999. He also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants.

Now in long-term recovery, Darryl Strawberry and his wife, Tracy, now run Strawberry ministries with treatment centers

for teens and adults. The event had a great

turnout. Thank you to our generous sponsors:

• Presenting Sponsor - Valero

• Scarlet Sponsor - Ms. Sara E. Dysart, Attorney at Law

• Rose Sponsors - Mr. J. Cary Barton, Mr. Thomas G. Keyser, Dr. Jennifer Sharpe Potter, Laurel Ridge Treatment Center,

Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union, UT Health San Antonio, WellMed Medical Management, and Alamo Colleges

District/San Antonio College

• Table Sponsors - Anonymous Donor, Mr. Dick Coons, Creative Campaigns/Mr. Randall S. Garcia, Mr. & Mrs. Allan

DuBois, Dr. Steve Henry, Mr. Edgar “Andy” Anderson, Ms. PeTrina McIntyre, Dr. Jeanie Murphy, Ms. Diana Serna,

Palo Alto College, and Security National Mortgage Company

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PARS FOR PREVENTION CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT 2019

The 9th Annual Pars for Prevention Charity Golf Tournament was held on Friday, June 7, 2019 at the Hyatt Hill

Country Golf Club. We had a terrific day with 20 teams competing. The day began with breakfast prior to the

shotgun start and ended with an awards luncheon. Winners were:

1st Place Gross - Randy Carswell’s team

1st Place Net - Dick Coons’ team

2nd Place Net - Phillip Smith’s team

3rd Place Net - Valero team #2

Closet to the Pin/Men - Randy Carswell

Closet to the Pin/Women - Yuka

Longest Drive/Men - Mike Keating

Longest Drive/Women - Sara Dysart

A special thank you to our sponsors:

• Presenting Sponsor - Valero

• Breakfast Sponsors - John A. Savage Insurance and Capital Lending Group

• Lunch Sponsor - Sara E. Dysart, Attorney at Law

• Corporate Hole Sponsors - Akin, Dougherty, Klein & Feuge, Creative Campaigns/ Randall S. Garcia,

Law Office of Allan K. DuBois, Laurel Ridge Treatment Center, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union,

and, Toyotetsu Texas, Inc.

• Team Sponsors - ABC Supply/Brent Norton, Andy Anderson, Randy Carswell, Dr. Steve Henry, Dr.

Jeanie Murphy, Pay It Forward/Hamilton Barton, Dr. Jennifer Sharpe Potter, Phillip Smith, and,

WellMed Medical Management

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DONOR RECOGNITION

A special thank you to our 2018-2019 donors and sponsors. We truly appreciate the support of the work and

programs we have for our community.

DIAMOND ($4,000 - $10,000)

AT&T Employee Fund

Benevity Fund

Employee Community Fund of Boeing SA

John Locke

Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union

Sara E. Dysart

Valero Energy Foundation

WellMed Medical Management

PLATINUM ($1,000—$3,999)

Alamo Colleges District

Allan & Pam DuBois

Anonymous Donor

Dick Coons

Edgar “Andy” Anderson

J. Cary Barton

Jennifer Potter, Ph.D. & Michael Minter

John Savage

Laurel Ridge Treatment Center

Network for Good

Randall S. Garcia/Creative Campaigns

Randy & Michele Cadwallader

Security National Mortgage Company

Steve Henry, Ph.D.

UT Health Science Center

Warriors Heart

GOLD ($500—$999)

Abigail G. Moore

Brent Norton

Dixie Starnes Wenger Foundation

Dr. Richard Carr, Jr.

Jeanie Murphy, D.B.A.

Lisa Juarez

Phillip Smith

Santa Clara Land Company

Tammy Tran

Women’s Veterans of San Antonio

SILVER ($250—$499)

Alkin Doherty Klein & Feuge

Celia Kramer

Demetrius Christian

Diana Serna

Gloria & Gilbert Solis

Gyna & Sergio Juarez

Hamilton Barton/Pay It Forward

Hiren Patel

James Watts

Kendra Scott LLC Fundraiser

Randy Carswell

Sebastian Sanchez

Truist Credit

Velda Robles Schalk

Your Cause Wells Fargo

A note to our donors and sponsors:

We appreciate your generous donations to the San Antonio Council

on Alcohol and Drug Awareness and want to recognize everyone

accordingly with 100% accuracy. If we have

inadvertently made an error, please contact the

Development Office at (210) 225-4741 .

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with concerns or corrections.

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DONOR RECOGNITION (Continued)

BRONZE (Up to $249)

Abel Gonzalez

Adorne Andoh

Alex & Ani Fundraiser

Allergy Asthma Associates

Amazon Smile

Amy Alston

Anne Holt

Armando G. Valadez

Betsy Jones

Boyd Baxter

Brandon Chapa

Cara Hausler

Carlos Gil

Cristina Ramos

Curtis Martin

Cynthia Alderette

David Acosta

David Roque

Denise Smith

Diamantina Gurule

Diana Carreon

Diana Martinez

Don Hagy

Donney & Jo Vanblaricum

Dora Bailon

Doug Becker

Dr. Nancy Amodei

Elizabeth Garcia

Eric Lopez

Eric Thomas

Fidelity Charitable Trust

Fiesta San Antonio Commission

Gary Sweaney

Georgette Reyes

HCA Caring for the Community

Isabel Roel

BRONZE (continued)

Jacob Warren

James Gutierrez

Jane Hudak

Janet Young

Jennifer Banda

Jessica Zapata

Jesusa Ramos

Jim Barshop

Jim Sherrill

JME Counseling

Joe Hernandez

John Sebastyn

Johnnie M. Hall

Jose Martinez

Joseph Warren

Josephine Wilfongreid

JY+JY Management

Kay Speier

Kelly M. Cross

Kristel Gonzaba

Krystal Rocha

Leigh Ann Greenberg

Linda Aguerro

Lori Hma

Lydia Hamner

Marcello Hernandez

Marcus Kavanaugh

Maria Velazeuz

Mark Cromer

Marrisa Mendoza

Mary Helen Gutierrez

Mary Helen Lopez

Matt Guiver

Michael Lopez

Mitchell Moore

Miguel Antonio DeHoyos

BRONZE (continued)

Minierva Mendiola

National Foundation

Nevia Gonzalez

Orlando Castillo

Pablo Villanueva

Pete Vargas

Ramiro Guzman

Richard McSwain

Robert Parker

Rose Suarez

Rosie Gonzalez

Ruben Alcantara

Samuel Guerrero

Sonia Gonzales

Sophia Houy

Stacy Sellers

Steven Waters

Susan Valdez

Suzie Badgett-Goen

Taryn Lauber

Teresa Stewart

Thomas Smith

Tyson Gaenzel

Uriel Hernandez

UTSA Alpha Sigma Rho

Vance Bradford

Veronica Kaupert

Vicki Thomas

Vickie Adams

Vince Rodriguez

Wally Hedgecock

Yolanda Valenzuela

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IN-KIND DONATIONS

We want to thank the following in-kind donors who generously gave to our Pars for Prevention Charity Golf Tournament,

our Red Ribbon Luncheon, and provided food for our entertainers for our annual Red Ribbon Concert.

GRUENE HISTORICAL

DISTRICT

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GRANTS & SPECIAL FUNDING FOR 2017-2018 FISCAL

NAME AMOUNT PROGRAM

Baptist Health Foundation

Employee Community Fund of Boeing S.A.

Greehey Family Foundation

Najim Charitable Foundation

Mays Family Foundation

$25,000 Recovery Support Services

$10,000 Little Warriors Camp

$10,000 Youth Prevention Programs

$50,000 Youth Prevention Programs

$10,000 Recovery Support Services

Valero Energy Foundation $10,000 Red Ribbon Luncheon 2018

Valero Energy Foundation $10,000 Pars for Prevention Golf Tournament 2019

Valero Benefit for Children

Warriors Heart

Women Veterans of San Antonio

$20,000 Youth Prevention Programs

$2,700 Little Warriors Camp

$500 Little Warriors Camp

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South Texas Centre—Dave Coy Building

7500 U.S. Highway 90 West, Suite 201

San Antonio, Texas 78227

Phone: 210-225-4741

Fax: 210-225-4768

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