Crosspoint staff and residents continue to serve our community by participating in a wide variety of efforts to strengthen and beautify our city.
On April 13th, 7 staff and resident volunteers worked on a new Gardopia community garden project off of Broadway.
On March 9th, 16 staff and residents volunteered to return to the Gardopia garden on New Braunfels Avenue to prepare for the spring season. Volunteers weeded, rebuilt compost bins, spread mulch and helped complete framing for the garden’s new office and storage room. The Crosspoint crew was joined by 4 volunteers from the UT Health School of Nursing.
On February 16th, eight Crosspoint staff and resident volunteers teamed up with the Bexar County Sheriff and deputies to pick up trash and other debris from the streets and alleys of The Glen neighborhood.
On January 21st, our agency staff and family members joined in the MLK March to celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy.
On January 9th, Crosspoint continued its Baptist Temple work by finishing a community garden created from what was once an overgrown lot. In total, 32 Crosspoint residents and staff members volunteered to assist in these projects.
On December 22nd, Crosspoint assisted the San Antonio food bank in their efforts to serve those in need by organizing and packing food items during a food drive in preparation of the holiday season.
On December 8th, Crosspoint worked on both the interior and exterior of Baptist Temple Church performing landscaping work and interior painting alongside Pastor Jorge Zayasbazan and his team.