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$400,000 awarded to four Local Nonprofits by Impact San Antonio by La Prensa, La Prensa SA | Monday, October 30 2017 Original article can be viewed by clicking here SAN ANTONIO - Impact San Antonio awarded $100,000 each to four nonprofits including Northside Education Foundation/Construction Careers Academy, The Magik Theatre, Project MEND
Elizabeth is a sweet 2 year old with no definitive diagnosis. Elizabeth is a little girl with global developmental delay, low muscle tone, and scoliosis. The low muscle tone and scoliosis have affected Elizabeth and her ability to walk without assistance from her caregivers.While at a routine doctors visit, Elizabeth was prescribed a
She found herself paralyzed from her legs down, with no reason why. Like many of us, Dolores is an active adult who enjoys being a member of her community and church. Three years ago, Dolores started struggling with minor back pain and, eventually, mobility overall. She sought out help from her
"He is able...to be a kid again." Ethan is a 7 year old little boy recently diagnosed with Perthes Disease, a rare childhood condition that affects the hips. Perthes Disease can be incredibly painful and uncomfortable, and prohibits the child from walking, running, jumping, or playing. "For six months prior to
Grant helps nonprofit get medical equipment for veterans by Emily Baucum, News 4 San Antonio | Thursday, June 1st 2017 Original article can be viewed by clicking here SAN ANTONIO – A local group that helps people get their hands on expensive medical equipment just got a big boost from the Texas