Somos Southwest Key, it’s more than a phrase. It’s a declaration of pride in the work we do day-in and day-out.
Congratulations to our Spirit of Service Award winners! This time, we’re revealing our Top Tier Programs, CommUNITY, and Above & Beyond award winners.
Congratulations to our Spirit of Service Award winners! This time, we’re revealing our Rising Stars & Innovation Award winners.
Congratulations to our Spirit of Service Award winners! This time, we’re revealing our Leaders of the Year & Forever Familia Award winners.
We’re proud to honor three more #SWKHeroes. Congratulations to Alejandra Calderon, Stefanie Miranda and Lazara Arroyo!
We’re proud to honor four more #SWKHeroes. Congratulations to Danny Cardenas, Emily Martinez, Reina Cossio and Jessica Rivera!
If you’re interested in entrepreneurship, you’ll want to pay attention to Diana Anzaldua and her work. As a social entrepreneur, Diana has made a huge positive impact on her community.
Today, we’d like to share the first round of SWK Heroes with you while we continue to evaluate and prepare even more stories to share. Congratulations to Celia Garza, James Gonzales, Gladys Sanchez and Guillermo Flores!
Six years ago, Alyssa Hernandez spent her evenings assisting immigrants at a local emergency shelter located at Immaculate Conception Cathedral in Brownsville, Texas. She was the only volunteer at the time with medical experience, helping incoming immigrants to recover from injuries and illnesses after a dangerous journey to the United States.
Southwest Key employees love to go above and beyond—because serving kids and families is more than a job, it’s a calling. That’s exactly what Melissa Juarez and her team exemplified while venturing around Laredo, TX on a hot day to deliver supplies to families struggling under the economic effects of COVID-19.