Kinetic Kids provides unique experiences in Bexar and Comal Counties through physical and creative activities in a supportive environment for children with special needs who may otherwise be excluded.
The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country is dedicated to encouraging and fostering awareness of the natural and cultural history of Comal County and the Texas Hill Country through collection, preservation and interpretation of its rich history.
The GEAA promotes effective broad-based grassroots advocacy for aquifer protection throughout the 21 county Edwards Aquifer region.
The Gorge Preservation Society is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the enjoyment and conservation of a unique natural phenomenon by encouraging responsible, quality access opportunities through academic partnerships, economic initiatives and citizen involvement.
Friends of the New Braunfels Public Library is dedicated to providing support to the public library primarily through volunteer participation in the Friends Bookstore and used book sales to raise funds for the library. Donations to the Friends are used for our library to provide enhanced programming and resources for all ages.
The Foundation supports the Bulverde Area Library District through financial support thereby enhancing the community’s appreciation and utilization of the Library District’s library(s) as cultural and educational institutions.
The Friends of Landa Park serves as an advocate for the preservation of Landa Park with the goal of returning the park to its former grandeur as the Beauty Spot of Texas.
The CRRC serves the Canyon Lake area with an emergency food pantry, Meals on Wheels, financial crisis assistance, medical equipment loans, job counseling, thrift store and recreation center.
The Comal Trails Alliance is dedicated to creating a system of trails connecting communities and providing opportunities for education, health, and enjoyment of the natural resources located within Comal County.
New Braunfels CERT is a community-based emergency preparedness organization.CERT members receive special training to enhance their ability to support the City Office of Emergency Management, city first responders and all other city departments during emergency/disaster events. New Braunfels CERT assists with emergency/disaster response, search and rescue efforts, shelter coordination, community training, and first aid service for community events.