Madonna Center

Serving the San Antonio Community Since 1939

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Who We Are


Madonna Center helps individuals and families improve their daily lives through education, connections to resources, healthy aging and a sense of community.

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Underserved FamilyOur Story

The Center is located in San Antonio’s Westside and for more than 78 continuous years, has provided numerous social services & education to low-income families.

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Visit the Center to learn more about our work and ways you might help. We are always in need of volunteers for 1-day, short-term, or long-term projects.


History of Madonna Center

The agency was founded in 1939 by the Sisters of Divine Providence as the Girls’ Club of San Antonio, and occupied a former residence at 403 Dwyer Avenue.

In 1941, the agency was accepted as a member of the Community Chest, the forerunner to today’s United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. Five “extension units” were set up in 1944 to better serve the membership from several parts of the city. Around the same time groups for women were organized, and when the girls requested co-educational groups, boys were admitted to some of the social clubs. From then on, the Girl’s Club emphasized family membership and had groups for adults as well as for boys and girls of every age.


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What We Do

Adult Learning

Children’s Programs

Madonna Center offers a variety of children’s programs including early child care education, after school program, summer camp, and child care staffing solutions.

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Adult Learning

Adult & Family Programs

We offer a range of programs designed to keep seniors active and involved while also providing families with basic necessities through our Emergency Assistance Program.

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Social Services

How You Can Help

Visit the Center to learn more about our work and ways you might help. We are always in need of volunteers and donation items. Individuals, organizations, groups, and families are all welcome!

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Educated children, resourceful individuals, and families, and a safe, healthy community.

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Volunteers Are Always Welcome!