Tricentennial Commission creates community service initiative

A new San Antonio area community service project has been officially established by the Tricentennial Commission, according to a recently distributed press release by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. 

San Antonio is celebrating its tricentennial anniversary in 2018.   File photo

A new San Antonio area community service project has been officially established by the Tricentennial Commission, according to a recently distributed press release by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. 

The Tricentennial Commission wanted to create an initiative to inspire more volunteerism in the communities of San Antonio. It established Serve 300 SA to target volunteers of all ages to get involved with service in the community. 

San Antonio is celebrating its tricentennial anniversary in 2018. The chamber said it supports commission's efforts to improve the city and county. 

“With the collaboration of volunteers, donors and civic-minded residents, the impact of Serve 300 SA will be tremendous and observed throughout 2018,” Tricentennial CEO Edward Benavides said. 

The Tricentennial Commission plans to partner with other local and regional nonprofit organizations on "capacity-building" projects. This will be administred through online applications being accepted until April 30, after which community projects will be selected based on their alignment with Tricentennial Guiding Principles.

Projects must take place in 2018 to qualify.  

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