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Beth Scantland Woolfolk is an SVPSA Board Member and founding partner and has been a critical guiding force for the organization since it launched in San Antonio in 2016. Her diverse background and experience as a philanthropist and entrepreneur, in addition to her work running the charitable arm of DOCUmation, have been instrumental in the growth of SVP and the nonprofits it supports.
For more than 100 years, the House of Neighborly Service (HNS) has been like a second home to families on San Antonio’s Westside. It was founded in 1917 by Presbyterian missionaries and has been operating out of the same, historic building designed by Harvey P. Smith since 1929. The capacity of HNS to serve people and families will grow significantly once work is completed later this year on the restoration and expansion of that building through the Building Hope Capital Campaign.
SVPSA has launched the applications for a unique leadership training opportunity for leaders in nonprofits. The courses are taught by local experts on practical skills every leader needs including fundraising, marketing and communications, financial management, Human Resources, board management, strategy planning and technology.