The Links, Incorporated

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www.linksinc.org

 Western Area

www.walinks.org

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to our Site

President’s Welcome

Hello and welcome to The San Antonio (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. Established on December 10, 1960, The San Antonio of The Links, Incorporated is an organization of dynamic and committed women dedicated to providing educational, financial, and vocational programs to the San Antonio community. Our mission is to impact the lives of culturally diverse citizens in the San Antonio community in the areas of education, health awareness and the arts

I invite you to learn more about our newly established umbrella program, “Achieving the Dream with eSTEAM: Conquering Obesity, Bullying and Illiteracy,” implemented in Fall 2013 at the Antioch Branch of Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio After-School Program (B&GCSA).

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I also encourage you to learn more about us and our community involvement, or how you can donate to our scholarship fund or become a sponsor. Thank you for visiting our web site and please share it with others.

Sincerely,

Jennifer R. Kelley, LCSW-ACSW, MBA
President
San Antonio Chapter

We Provide Service to Our Community

 

 

 

News & Events

 

14th Western Gala

was a HUGE SUCCESS...

For

Community Service Programs & The San Antonio Chapter of the Links, Incorporated Scholarship Fund

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If you would like to donate to support our programs, you can contact us at:

contact@sanantonio-linksinc.org

 

We Provide College Scholarships to Minority Students

RozSt. Philip's College President, Dr. Adena Williams Loston and Rosaland Anderson (left) representing the San Antonio Chapter of The Links, Inc. presented St. Philip's College Presidential Scholars recipient, Hecdris Collier (center), with $1,500. Collier is committed to complete a significant portion of her community service with the organization that has awarded her its scholarship.
ScholarshipThe San Antonio Chapter endowed scholarship Fund in 2012 with $20,000 for the Alamo Colleges Foundation to award minority college students scholarships for tuition and materials at St. Philips College. As of March 2013, the fund has been increased to$25,500.
 
The Links Foundation, Incorporated is the philanthropic arm of The Links, Incorporated. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended.