SWBC in the Community

In the Community

SWBC was part of the national 2020 Census Task Force. Along with other corporations, trade associations, and membership organizations across the country, we were dedicated to communicating the importance of participating in the 2020 Census.

In the Community

To kick off the school year, SWBC employees donated school supplies and organized a pizza celebration for the children at St. PJ’s Children’s Home.

In the Community

In November 2019, SWBC employees participated in the annual Thankful & Grateful campaign. As part of the campaign, employees sent co-workers flavored popcorn to express their appreciation, with proceeds benefiting the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas.

Investing in our communities is a fundamental element of SWBC’s corporate culture. Co-founders Charlie Amato and Gary Dudley have always promoted community awareness and involvement since the company’s inception in 1976. SWBC is dedicated to being a responsible corporate citizen and compassionate neighbor in the communities in which we live and work. 
Thank You From the San Antonio Food Bank
 
VideoThank You From the San Antonio Food Bank
#CareNotCovid with SWBC
 
Video#CareNotCovid with SWBC

EmployeeSpotlight

Mike Karageorge
Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Fun Fact: Mike is an amateur drummer mastering his skills in his spare time.

As a member on the Development Board for the University of Incarnate Word, Mike Karageorge helped raise over $200,000 in scholarships, despite a quick transition to a virtual fundraiser due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mike has also made significant impacts to the business community in San Antonio, which can be seen through his work on the Board of Directors for the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and as the Marketing Chair for the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation (SAEDF). Mike’s work with the SAEDF has contributed to the growth of 23,000 high-paying jobs in San Antonio over the past six years. When Mike isn’t providing his support to the business community, he and his family donate to Meals on Wheels, the San Antonio Food Bank, and also help under privileged youth year-round within the community.

Organizations WeSupport

SWBC is proud to align ourselves with numerous local and national charitable organizations*. These are a few that we'd like to recognize

*You are not required to support or donate to any of these organizations in order to do business with SWBC.

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