Kronkosky Charitable Foundation News Release Attachment January - May 2013

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1 Animal Cruelty Prevention Kronkosky Charitable Foundation News Release Attachment January - May 2013 Cowboy Capital Pet Assistance League, Inc. $2,000 Technical assistance grant -- accounting assistance. (CCPAL) Bandera, Texas San Antonio Area Foundation $100,000 KCF Initiated grant in support of construction of a training room at the Wells Center. Humane Society of San Antonio $50,000 An operations grant to help fund shelter services for lost or abandoned animals. SNAP dba for $50,000 An operations grant to help fund mobile clinic visits in Spay-Neuter Assistance Program, Inc. Houston, Texas Bandera, Bexar, Comal and Kendall counties, all to provide low-cost spay and neuter services for pets of persons unable to afford commercial services. Arts Activities Artpace, Inc. $75,000 A project grant to help fund an art education program for area students in grades K through 12. Circle Arts Theatre $20,000 Facility grant in support of renovation project to renovate the basement storage area and the backstage area. San Anto Cultural Arts, Inc. $50,000 An operations grant to help fund arts programming for youth living in the Westside of San Antonio. San Anto Cultural Arts, Inc. $50,000 A facilities grant, $50,000 $1 for $1 matching, to add capacity to its existing building to serve more youth. San Antonio Brass, Inc. $5,000 A project grant, with $2,500 $1 for $1 matching, to help fund a one-week summer camp program and a three-month, weekly summer training program focused on intensive brass instruction for area youth. Gemini Ink $50,000 An operations grant to help fund creative writing workshops, literature readings and other programs. SAY SI $75,000 An operations grant to fund visual and media arts instruction for middle and high school students. Tobin Center for the Performing Arts dba for $500,000 Facilities grant in support of the construction of the Tobin Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation Center for the Performing Arts. Character Development-Youth Boys & Girls Club of the Texas Hill Country $50,000 An operations grant, $25,000 $1 for $1 matching, in support Fredericksburg, Texas of its Comfort youth programs. Boys & Girls Club of the Texas Hill Country $50,000 An operations grant, $25,000 $1 for $1 matching, in support Fredericksburg, Texas of its Boerne youth programs. Episcopal Diocese of West Texas $75,000 Facilities grant in support of renovations and new construction of its summer camp facilities for at-risk youth. Page 1 of 6

2 SA Youth $50,000 A program grant, with $25,000 $1 for $1 matching, in support of its character development program for at-risk youth. San Antonio Area Foundation $5,000 A project grant to fund a salary survey for nonprofit organizations in the San Antonio area. Child Abuse Prevention AVANCE-San Antonio, Inc. $190,500 A continuation grant in support of Avance's parenting education program. Brighton School, Inc. $148,592 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting CASA of Central Texas, Inc. $75,000 An operations grant to help fund an advocate program for children in Comal County who have been removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc. $431,096 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Center for Family Relations $107,074 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Children's Advocacy Center of Comal County, Inc. $50,000 An unsolicited and unrestricted grant in honor of Mr. Albert Kronkosky, Jr. for its services provided in Comal County to families of children who have been sexually abused. House of Neighborly Service $138,640 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting McKenna Health Management $114,952 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Northside Education Foundation $181,757 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Seton Home for Pregnant Women $149,538 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Seton Home for Pregnant Women $147,370 Operating grant in support of its transitional residential programs for young mothers. Page 2 of 6

3 St. Paul Lutheran Child Development Center, Inc. $135,342 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church $63,643 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Boerne, Texas Voices for Children of San Antonio Community $50,000 An operations grant to identifying needs and strategies for Research Center improving the status of young children in Bexar County. Boysville, Inc. $178,892 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Converse, Texas Baptist Children's Home Ministries dba for $366,521 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting BCFS Health and Human Services CentroMed dba for $277,724 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting El Centro del Barrio, Inc. JCC dba for $60,815 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio JCC dba for $1,685 A project grant to fund Precious Minds, New Connections Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio educator training. Parents' Academy dba for $118,304 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Blessed Sacrament Academy St. PJ's Children's Home dba for $75,000 An operating grant to help support residential and other St. Peter-St. Joseph Children's Home services for abused and neglected children. YWCA dba for $192,267 An operations grant to fund continuation of its parenting Young Women's Christian Association Disabled Clarity Child Guidance Center $500,000 Facility grant, with $1 for $1 matching, in support of expanding capacity to provide psychiatric services to children in Bexar County. Guide Dogs of Texas $25,000 Program grant in support of training Guide Dog/Client teams to improve mobility and independence of persons who are severely visually impaired. Page 3 of 6

4 I Care San Antonio, Inc. $50,000 An operations grant to help fund vision services for the indigent. Rainbow House Incorporated $66,000 Operations grant for this personal care facility licensed by the state to provide 24-hour care for individuals with traumatic brain injuries. San Antonio Family Endeavors $50,000 An operations grant to help fund safe, supportive, transitional housing for formerly homeless chronically mentally ill women and their children. San Antonio Lighthouse $35,000 Facilities grant in support of the construction of its new building to house programs for the blind. TEAMability, Inc. $75,000 An operations grant to help fund a program designed to expose children with multiple disabilities to life skills training. Mission Road Ministries dba for $50,000 Operations grant in support of its programs for persons with Mission Road Developmental Center intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Our House dba for $50,000 An operations grant in support of services to low-income, San Antonio Clubhouse at-risk Bexar County adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Triple H Equitherapy Center dba for $50,000 An operating grant in support of its programs to provide Horses Helping the Handicapped, Inc. equine assisted therapy to individuals with physical, mental, Pipe Creek, Texas cognitive, and emotional disabilities. Elderly Christian Senior Services $300,000 An operations grant to help fund its Meals on Wheels program that provides hot meals and frequent social contact to some 5,400 elderly annually. Texas Ramp Project $30,000 A project grant to fund materials to be used in volunteer Richardson, Texas construction of ramps for elderly and disabled persons. Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation $120,000 An operations grant to help fund Meals on Wheels and congregate meals for elderly persons in Comal County. Alzheimer's Association San Antonio and South $25,000 An operations grant, with $1 for $1 matching, to help fund Texas dba for programs for individuals, caregivers and professionals Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders dealing with Alzheimer's Disease. Association, Inc. Jewish Family and Children's Service of San $30,000 An operations grant in support of its program that provides Antonio, Inc. dba for case management services to seniors and disabled Jewish Family Service of San Antonio Texas, Inc. individuals in the community. Kronkosky Place dba for $150,000 An operations grant in support of the Center's Senior Rainbow Senior Center Nutrition, Meals on Wheels, Senior Activity programs and Boerne, Texas its Home-Health Closet program, all in Kendall County. Illnesses Alpha Home $75,000 An operations grant to help fund residential and out-patient services for women recovering from substance abuse. Page 4 of 6

5 Any Baby Can of San Antonio $70,000 Operations grant in support of providing case management services to families of children with special needs in Comal County. New Braunfels Christian Ministries $50,000 An operations grant to help fund a community clinic in New Braunfels serving persons unable to pay for primary medical and dental services. San Antonio Christian Dental Clinic, Inc. $125,000 An operations grant, with $50,000 $1 for $1 matching component, in support of providing free full range dental care for primarily low-income elderly, disabled, and homeless persons in San Antonio. San Antonio Food Bank $200,000 An operations grant to fund nutritionists to make presentations to community groups as part of a program aimed at preventing obesity. The Arthur Nagel Community Clinic $75,000 An operations grant for this Bandera, Texas community Bandera, Texas clinic. Autism Community Network-SA dba for $500,000 An operations grant, with $100,000 $1 for $1 matching Autism Service Center of San Antonio component, in support of programs that provide early diagnosis and treatment of children with Autism and for families unable to afford such care. The Y dba for $100,000 A program grant in support of providing diabetes and YMCA of San Antonio & the Hill Country obesity prevention programs at its Y Living Center in the Southside of San Antonio. Public Museums McNay Art Museum $100,000 An equipment grant to fund an upgrade of the Museum's computer hardware, software and audio-visual equipment. San Antonio Children's Museum $750,000 Capital grant, last dollars of first $40 million to be raised, in support of construction of a new 65,000 sq. ft. Children's Museum facility. The Briscoe Western Art Museum dba for $50,000 Operations grant in support of museum operations. National Western Art Foundation Public Parks San Antonio Parks Foundation $50,000 Facilities grant in support of design and installation of illumination at the Japanese Tea Garden. CRRC of Canyon Lake, Inc. dba for $65,000 Facilities grant to help fund an outdoor covered pavilion to CRRC of Canyon Lake, Inc. expand and improve the community park in Canyon Lake, Canyon Lake, Texas TX. Public Zoos San Antonio Zoological Society $100,000 A project grant to fund zoo passes for graduates of the parenting programs conducted by agencies participating in the Precious Minds, New Connections Initiative. San Antonio Zoological Society $250,000 Facilities grant, with $1 for $1 matching component, in support of constructing a new plaza including a restaurant and carousel in a centralized gathering place. Page 5 of 6

6 Wildlife Sanctuaries Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. $75,000 An operations grant for the care and rehabilitation of injured Kendalia, Texas indigenous and exotic animals. Grand Totals $8,752,712 Page 6 of 6

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