Original Article can be found on ExpressNews.com. Cathy Hamilton smiles as she takes a quick break in her shop, San Antonio Threads, a charity where children and teens who are in foster care or are homeless can get new clothes and shoes for free. Hamilton started the nonprofit to help kids build self-confidence. As a
San Antonio Threads was referred 4 youth who would be representatives at THRU Project’s 5th annual gala. We were excited to be a part of their journey! THRU Project provides foster youth, ages 14 and up, with a volunteer mentor, free bus passes & cell phones, crucial life skills training, and affordable & stable housing.
Remember that wonderful feeling when you put on new clothes and they fit and looked great? Cathy Hamilton, the founder and CEO of San Antonio Threads, wants young people in need, between the ages of 12 and 21, to experience that as a way of improving their appearance, boosting their self esteem and letting them
SAN ANTONIO – More than 3,000 teenagers are in line to get free clothes this year, the result of an unexpected $3 million gift from San Antonio philanthropist Kym Rapier. The donation to San Antonio Threads will change the course of the small nonprofit, which up until now could only serve a few school districts.
Event Details Taylor’d For You, as seen on San Antonio Living, celebrates the versatility of fashion for men and women of all ages, body types, and style preferences. The Taylor’d For You Fashion Show seeks to further expand its brand to the city of San Antonio, while supporting San Antonio Threads. Come revel in fashion
San Antonio Threads was mentioned in the San Antonio Express News Excerpt: In Edgewood ISD, one of the city’s poorest school districts, Santa looks like campus police officers, who take it upon themselves to make sure students get a gift for Christmas. All through December, police collected toys and warm clothes and delivered them to
San Antonio Threads On Spectrum News A local family recently received a surprise after having lost their home due to a fire. Philanthropist Kym Rapier, along with her spokeswoman Karina Villa and San Antonio Threads were able to surprise the Gonzales Family with much need new clothing, shoes, personal care items, and toys. Click Here