San Antonio. The Alamo and Countdown City. The area code is “210” for those out of towners. Home to 1.5 million residents, San Antonio is the 2nd largest city in Texas. Which means we’ve got a lot of love here, but we’ve also got a lot issues. Food deficiency, homelessness, and communities in need among them. This is where Project H.E.L.P. San Antonio steps in to embody the meaning of “Texans Helping Texans.”
While the name came later, the idea of Project H.E.L.P. began in September 2019 with a casual conversation on how to inspire friends, give back, have fun, and help change our city for the better.
We realized there was an opportunity to introduce a new and exciting movement built on the foundation of partying for charity and service to others. From idea to action, we held our 1st event on October 18, 2019, with 150 sandwiches and 200 survival kits distributed downtown, and by December, the organization was legally recognized.
Since its creation, Project H.E.L.P. has now expanded from its headquarters in San Antonio to Atlanta with plans for additional cities.
Our Mission is Simple – Help the homeless and less fortunate in the San Antonio communities and inspire a local movement of passionate volunteers to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most!
There are three ways you can be involved in Project H.E.L.P San Antonio: Donation. Volunteering for an event and partnering. Your help will not only support our quickly growing movement, but also ensure we secure our distribution goals and continue our mission of inspiring the San Antonio community through organized acts of humanity.
Survival H.E.L.P. Kits not only provide instant nourishment and convenient travel items but also include personal handwritten words of encouragement and inspiration to remind each person going through a life situation that they matter, and they have not been forgotten.
The Project H.E.L.P. SATX Wish List is another way you can participate and have a direct effect on lessing food insecurity and bettering the lives of those less fortunate.
We are a registered 501(c)3 – 84-4009222
Volunteers make a difference – and our volunteers are truly the fabric of our Project H.E.L.P. ! So come on out to our next assembly and distro event and have a great time for a great cause !
“By definition, “Humanity” just means a collective of human beings, regardless of sex, class and race. The action part - to show humanity - means being
compassionate, sympathetic, or showing generous behavior, still regardless of sex, class and race. Because
it’s not how we serve, but WHO we serve. For us, we choose to serve those who need it most. That’s our humanity.
It’s really just that damn simple.”
“Humanity is having compassion for those who often get ignored.
It’s treating others the way you would want to be treated. It’s being able to give back, not because you can, but because you want to. Kindness goes a long way and if we all took the opportunity to do something nice for someone else
I think this world would be a much better place.” <3
“It’s simple for me. I’m so, so blessed - I have solid friends and a loving family. A job I love, that keeps food on my
table and clothes on my back. I have a coherent state of mind and a clean record of health. And at a drop of a dime any of that could be taken from me.
I don’t for a second take that for granted. That though alone allows my heart to go out to anyone who may have
fallen on hard times. Take a step back and put others before yourself. Really stop and put yourself in their shoes. HUMILITY and HUMANITY go hand in hand.”
“Humanity, to me, is the ability to spread love. The ability to love and care for a stranger who may very well never be
able to reciprocate the energy given.
It’s the ability to look past judgement because for most of us we are only a couple rough patches away from being in the same position.
Humanity is the ability to lead with love even in the toughest situations, for the greater good of mankind.
“How can we call ourselves humans if we choose to ignore the agony of those around us? The two things we
often take for granted are mercy & grace. Humanity to me is imparting those things to others while spreading
love unselfishly. Encouraging people in a positive way at a time in their life when they need it the most has been more of a
blessing in my life than I have ever imagined. It causes reflection of humbleness & gratitude.”
"Growing up I’ve seen all forms of poverty and those images became valuable building blocks for my life. Giving back to the community is my way of showing respect to the people and situations that shaped me to be the man that I am. "
“Humanity demonstrates genuine empathy, mercy, dignity, care, respect and gratitude. By extending unconditional love to each and every
living being on Earth.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life.”
"Humanity is living like you’re one bad day away from being on the receiving end of the same mercy and decency you give those that need yours. Treating the people we help like we’d want to be treated. Humanity is the feeling of completion when we live up to our fullest loving capacity as humans sharing this planet."
As a registered 501(c)3, Project H.E.L.P San Antonio is open to receiving support, volunteers, and financial commitments from the local community and other nonprofits within the city
Strategic partnerships not only strengthen our organization but boost efficiency, increase engagement, and enhance our impact on humanity.
This is an important time for Project H.E.L.P. SA, as we build upon our initial success, establish ourselves within the San Antonio community, and create a strong network of Project H.E.L.P. Family Members - friends, volunteers, and participating partners.
Our ultimate mission is to come along side populations who are underserved. If your organization is interested, we welcome to opportunity to discuss a business relationship.
Thank you to these organizations and businesses for being a staple in the community and for providing your support and partnership to Project H.E.L.P San Antonio
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