Alamo Leadership Society - United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
Alamo Leadership Society

The Alamo Society donors contribute $500 – $999 or more annually to United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County.

United Way Alamo Society members not only help shape the future of our community, they also set a powerful example for others to follow. Alamo Society members support children, students, individuals and families across San Antonio and Bexar County.

United Way brings together people, resources and strong community partners to impact lives today and for future generations. Alamo Society members affirm this collective impact. An investment of $500-$999 annually will help us to continue to identify and solve our community’s most critical issues.

MEMBER BENEFITS

  • A personal United Way representative who can answer your questions throughout the year
  • Invitations to exclusive leadership society events
  • Opportunities to take part in the work of United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County with other leadership society members and their families, experiencing the impact of one’s gift firsthand
  • Take advantage of exclusive programming from our Membership Groups, Emerging Leaders and Women United

Events

  • Family Volunteer Day - United Way of San Antonio and Bexar CountyAlamo Leadership Society - United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County

    Family Volunteer Day

    March 9 | Join us for our spring Family Volunteer Day! This is an exclusive opportunity for Leadership Society donors to volunteer with their families while benefiting Mission Road Ministries, a United Way Impact Partner. Invites are sent to members via email.

Member Eligibility

The Alamo Society donors contribute $500 – $999 or more annually to United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County.

Get In Touch - United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County

Get In Touch

Jennifer Martinez

Director of Individual Giving
Email | jmartinez@unitedwaysatx.org

Jennifer Martinez oversees the Tocqueville Leadership Society and individual giving for United Way. She works closely with the Tocqueville Cabinet to engage, retain and support members to build a better San Antonio. Prior to joining United Way, Jennifer led the fundraising and scholarship program efforts for Las Casas Foundation and she continues to engage with local arts and education initiatives in her spare time.