Oct
10
9:00 AM09:00

Booth at San Antonio Health Literacy Conference

10th Annual Texas Health Literacy Conference:
Communication Quality in Healthcare Organizations
October 10, 2014
La Quinta Inn & Suites in the Medical Center area

Nationally recognized experts on health literacy will give specific examples of ways to address health literacy issues in physician practices. The conference will also have small group sessions in which tools and strategies for improving health literacy in clinics and organizations will be shared.

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Sep
20
10:00 AM10:00

Our Team is Participating in Transplants for Children's Bicycle Tour for Children

 

Bicycle Tour for Children
Date: September 20, 2014 @ 8:00 am CDT

Location:
El Chaparral
15103 Bandera Road
Helotes, Texas 78023
United States
All the details are here.
http://www.scallywompus.com/site/events/216-tourforchildren2014

Purpose: 
Fifth (5th) annual cycling tour to benefit Transplants for Children presented by Toyota of Boerne.

If you want to volunteer, we need you.
click here and sign up to be a volunteer.
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0944ABA72BABFA7-volunteer?uToken=25EAC2F9FE04F9075EC2DDCD02E8

Tour Options: 
Ride through one of the most scenic regions in the Texas Hill Country with one of these routes:

10 mile family friendly ride
34 mile intermediate Hill Country ride
45 mile challenging Hill Country ride
62 mile performance Hill Country ride

Entry Fees: 
$50 per entry gets you a tshirt and finishers medal. Pick a size, s, m, l, xl generic sizes
Per person, includes tshirt and participation medal. 

Children under 12 and under for any event $30.
Children riding on the back of a bike, no charge.

All prices go up $10 after September 1st.
All prices go up $20 on race day.

Race day at El Chaparral Restaurant in Helotes from 5:30 am to 7:30 am. 
Contact: Bart Childers, bart@scallywompus.com

 
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May
6
10:00 AM10:00

Participating in The Big Give SA

 

 The Big Give S.A., a 24-hour day of giving that will take place from midnight to midnight on May 6, 2014.

The purpose of this community-wide giving challenge is to increase public awareness of the impact local nonprofits make in addressing our community’s social challenges, bring nonprofits and donors together, expand the idea of online giving, connect people to the causes that move them the most and, of course, make giving FUN. It is turning giving into a shared city-wide experience to significantly impact the future of San Antonio and collectively move the city forward.
 
The goals of The Big Give S.A. are to:

  • INVEST strategically in Bexar County nonprofits
  • DRIVE our community forward through collective impact
  • LEVERAGE giving with matching funds and prize incentives

On May 6, anyone can make an online gift to a participating organization and your gifts will give your favorite nonprofit the opportunity to earn matching funds and prize incentives.  You can give by phone, tablet, or computer and your gift has the capacity to leverage additional funding. 

More than 300 Bexar County 501(c)(3) organizations have registered to participate in The Big Give S.A

 
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Mar
22
6:00 PM18:00

Elegant Evening at Eilan Hotel

On Saturday, March 22, 2014, we honored Dr. Vivian Bucay, Mr. Henry Cisneros, and Ms. Leslie Mouton, three San Antonions who have used their experiences as patients to educate and advocate for others requiring similar care.

These three honorees exemplify the empowered patients that The Patient Institute endeavors to create.

The event was held at the exquisite Eilan Hotel and featured a wine reception, fine dining, a tribute to the late Howard A. Britton, M.D., Patient Institute Advisory Board member and previous honoree, and moving remarks by the honorees.  Leslie Mouton told of her battle with breast cancer and of her going public with the disease.  Vivian Bucay, a dermatologist, spoke of overcoming her Stage Four Melanoma, both as a physician and a patient.  Henry Cisneros shared his experience with prostate cancer and educating men about the importance of  screening and treatment options.

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