Guest speakers at the breakfast included: (L-R) Dr. Leslie Hollon, Sandy Morander, Renee Flores, Mayor Ivy Taylor, Cody Knowlton, Lyndon Herridge, and Paul Bracher.
In 2014, Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio awarded the San Antonio Food Bank $250,000 to assist with the construction of a food distribution facility in New Braunfels. The Food Bank broke ground on Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Read and watch the report on KSAT12 to learn more.
The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio recently awarded the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio $1,050,000 in support of the Biggs Institute for Alzheimer and Neurodegenerative Diseases. Watch the interview with KENS 5 as Dr. Bill Henrich and Cody Knowlton talk about the Institute and the donation.
In 2015, Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio awarded Texas Medical Association (TMA) Foundation $7,500 in support of TMA’s Hard Hats for Little Heads head injury prevention program. This program provides free bicycle helmets and education to youth aged 3-14 years old and their parents. Watch the interview with KBTX News 3 Bryan/College Station to learn more.
A teacher who donated one of her kidneys to a student in her first-grade class is the recipient of the Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio’s 2015 Spirit of Health Award. Each year BHFSA honors someone who has contributed to improving community health. Painter won this year’s award for saving her student’s life and also…
Bexar County officials reported Monday that the $300,000 recently donated to the Hidalgo Foundation would be used to support the Early Intervention Program, a new initiative within the County Children’s Court. Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and others recognized the Baptist Health Foundation for their $250,000 contribution and the Katherine C. Carmody Charitable Trust of…
William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president of the Health Science Center, personally thanked Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio trustees Dec. 3 for their unprecedented grant of $1,050,000 toward South Texas’ first Institute for Alzheimer and Neurodegenerative Disease. The grant is the largest in the foundation’s history. Read more here.