An Educational Non-profit
Barrington Neighbors is a hub for services that meet our surrounding community’s needs by hosting diverse programs to support, enhance, and build quality of life in our neighborhood. Our diverse community is the area around Loop 410 from Salado Creek to Austin Highway, and as far north as Wurzbach Parkway.
As part of our efforts to increase quality of life for residents of our community, and to increase awareness of healthy eating initiatives, Barrington Neighbors oversees a Community Garden of 34 raised beds.
We seek to help solve hunger through providing meals to children in need. We partner with various groups to provide nutritious and tasty food to our children.
Barrington Neighbors 4-H Club
Our 4-H Club teaches leadership, citizenship, and life skills to children and teens.
Make a Donation
Our secure PayPal account serves as a hub for our fundraising. Click the button or scan the QR code below to visit our account. We are always accepting donations and guarantee 100% of all donations go directly into the free services and resources we provide to those in need in the Community we serve. Thank you!
We Empower and Serve the Community
We believe every child has the potential for success and leadership when given the right tools and mentorship. We strive to grow and develop a child's potential through our work and dedication.
Working in Service Together
The demands on nonprofit and community-based organizations to be the problem-solvers for the nation's urban neighborhoods and rural communities have increased tremendously since the National Neighborhood Coalition (NNC) was formed in 1979.
For businesses and organizations that are concerned about neighborhood issues and want to stay ahead in these challenging times, the NNC provides relevant and timely information about programs and trends, a policy voice in Washington, and a support network of organizations and individuals with similar goals.
Since 2011 numerous groups have worked together, supporting the mission of Barrington Neighbors.
They include St. Mary’s Hall, Homeowners’ and Neighborhood Associations - Heather Condominiums, Village North, Woodmont Townhomes, the Star Club Apartments. The Episcopal Diocese, the Church of Reconciliation, County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Council District 10, Catholic Life Insurance, GPM Life, Saint Mary's Hall, The Junior League of San Antonio, the Texas Cavaliers, HEB, WalMart, Texas Public Radio, WAVE Healthcare, Prairie View A&M University, and many other local businesses and supporters.