San Antonio Threads was mentioned in the San Antonio Express News Excerpt: In Edgewood ISD, one of the city’s poorest school districts, Santa looks like campus police officers, who take it upon themselves to make sure students get a gift for Christmas. All through December, police collected toys and warm clothes and delivered them to
San Antonio Threads On Spectrum News A local family recently received a surprise after having lost their home due to a fire. Philanthropist Kym Rapier, along with her spokeswoman Karina Villa and San Antonio Threads were able to surprise the Gonzales Family with much need new clothing, shoes, personal care items, and toys. Click Here
San Antonio Threads was recently featured on KSAT News’ Community Spotlight: The feature reads: San Antonio Threads is making a difference in the city of San Antonio by providing young people with new clothes, shoes, underwear and personal care items for free! “We provide a safe and nurturing shopping experience for teens in need of
San Antonio Threads was recently surprised by an unexpected donation from philanthropist Kym Rapier. As mentioned on KSAT.com, San Antonio Threads was among 4 non profit organizations that were given a substantial donation by Kym Rapier. San Antonio Threads received a generous donation of $150,000! Some of the other organizations that also received donations were
Rivard Reporter James McCandless wrote a featured article on San Antonio Thread’s President Cathy Hamilton. Excerpt: “In her five years as a court-appointed advocate for Child Advocates San Antonio(CASA), Cathy Hamilton repeatedly witnessed children and teenagers in foster care who couldn’t afford new clothes. They habitually wore old hand-me-downs and, in some cases, clothes that were falling apart. Last year,
San Antonio Threads’ own Cathy Hamilton was featured on TheStoryExchange.org’s 1,000+ Stories Campaign. “Success is making a difference and helping others who have been forgotten about.” -Cathy Hamilton Click Here to read the interview with Cathy Hamilton where she talks about how she started San Antonio Threads and the challenges she’s faced along the way.