In 1988, the dedicated Mission Road Staff started grilling delicious chicken and creating homemade beans, salad, bread and dessert and then delivering these yummy plates personally to thousands of offices and homes across San Antonio & South Texas.  Our team put in weeks of planning, mixing, baking and, of course, grilling to raise money to buy Christmas gifts for the vulne

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Unicorn Centers is honored to partner with our San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and businesses across San Antonio and South Texas encouraging business leaders to hire people with special abilities.  CLICK HERE to the 10/14/18 articles in the San Antonio Express-News by

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It is time to get our 40+ kids ready to head back to school. Every child in our loving care deserves to hop on the school bus feeling confident and well prepared for a new year.
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I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have not shared the unique experience to understand it, to imagine how it would feel. It’s like this ... when you are going to have a baby, it’s like planning a fabulous vacation trip – to Italy. You buy a bunch of guidebooks and make your wonderful plans. The Coliseum.
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We do a lot of things well here at Mission Road. Celebrating is at the top of the list!  CLICK HERE for our carnival photo album on Facebook.

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"Sweet Caroline! Bum Bum Bum!"

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"There is honor, victory and pride in every job, no matter how humble."  CLICK HERE to view our Unicorn Center 2018 Video

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Viva King Antonio & Texas Cavaliers River Parade! A big thank you to King Antonio, Richard Sparr, and his family and entourage, for topping off Fiesta with a happy to visit with our children. The children had a terrific and happy afternoon singing with King Antonio and sharing the spirit of Fiesta. Thank you for including our children in all you do.

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Viva Fiesta! Sheila, Ruth and Michael topped off the 2018 Texas Cavaliers River Parade with style, energy and joy. Brooks Development Authority invited Mission Road to participate as riders on their River Parade barge last night, and Sheila, Ruth and Michael represented us. And they did us proud!! They had been practicing their parade waves for more than a week.

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Gov. Greg Abbott named Alethea Bugg of San Antonio to the State Preservation Board Tuesday. An active community volunteer, Alethea Bugg is board president of the Friends of the Tobin Library at Oakwell; former chair of the Blood and Tissue Center Foundation, of which she remains a member; Mission Road Ministries board member; and KLRN Endowment Fund board member.

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