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Check out Our Upcoming Events

YELP-lv is involved with a host of community events. We encourage you to check this page often to find out what we're up to!

5th Annual Pocket Change Golf Tournament

5th Annual Pocket Change Golf Tournament, at The Quarry Golf Course, December 2, 2020, $150 per player. We are diligently seeking sponsorship to help differ the cost of this community event.


Donations per golfer/sponsorship can be paid in advance by going to, under the donations tab.


Come out and enjoy a round of golf with the community and help shape a child’s vision for success!  

For more information call 210-900-9121 or 336-338-2769

thank you for supporting, Lieutenant Dan

Buy a fish save a child!















Collaborative Community Children Coalition (C4) Fish Fry/ Gift raffle

 YELP-lv (Youth Entrepreneur Leadership Program) would like to invite you to the bi-weekly fish fry starting July 15th which will: 

 (1). Helping a child to survive and succeed on this blue marble called Earth.

 (2). Reduce teachers’ stress levels in the classroom (school works good conduct contract (W2c)).

 (3). Support the community bi-weekly leadership camp.

 (4). KMTC $20,000 Graduation Stipend

 (5).  The new American dream is to live below your means and help a child to dream.


     To Mr. and Mrs. One-Nobody (who are the unsung community heroes) Who supports the revolution of community change with your wisdom, blood, sweat, and environmental tears, we can give hope to our future generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. We will create empathetic, work-ready, global citizens.


San Antonio Leadership Academy Training


























  As a new business entity to the San Antonio, Texas community the director of YELP-LV (Dan McIver aka Lieutenant Dan} was provided the opportunity to be a part of the San Antonio's Neighbor Leadership Academy class. We wish you well on your adventure to learn the interworking of this beautiful, exciting city. Congratulations and welcome to the 2020 Neighborhood Leadership Academy.  The purpose of the NLA is to help uplift, strengthen and empower existing and emerging neighborhood leaders through an informational and educational curriculum that will assist the continual development of leadership at the community level with an emphasis on highlighting great neighborhoods and sustainability. The goal is to educate citizens about city services and create problem-solving leaders within the community to encourage organic leadership to be a part of the solution.


  The NLA is a four-month long program consisting of hands-on academic sessions in the areas of local government functions, leadership theories, coalition building and effective communication.  The Neighborhood Leadership Program is anticipated to begin in July and be complete in October with a ceremonial graduation proposed at City Council B Session in early-November.

We will be hosting our first Neighborhood Leadership Academy (NLA) Class on Wednesday, July 26, 2020 from 5:30-8:00pm in the Municipal Plaza Building B Room located at 114 W. Commerce Street. Dinner will be provided.

2017 Neighborhood Leadership Academy Schedule:

July 26, 2017 | 5:30pm-8:00pm | Municipal Plaza Building – B Room

How the City Works: A Comprehensive Look into Your Local Government

August 22, 2020  5:30pm-8:00pm |Carver Cultural Art – Civic Center

How the City Works: Delivering Your City Services

OPTIONAL SESSION: September 12, 2017 | 5:30pm-8:00pm | Stinson Municipal Airport

How the City Works: Understanding the Development Process

September 19, 2020 , 5:30pm-8:00pm | Mission Branch Library

Neighborhood Association Leadership: A Legacy for Generations to Come

October 17, 2020  5:30pm-8:00pm | Alamo Beer Company

The Best Us: Communication & Branding

November 8, 2020 5:15pm| Graduation Ceremony at City Council Ceremonials

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. We look forward to working with you!

Best Regards,

Jaime Lalley Damron


"By 2025, EastPoint will be a vibrant community, rich in diversity and opportunity, catalyzing progress throughout the Eastside."



October 25: A & T Homecoming Parade

Come join YELP in the A&T Homecoming Parade.


Location: The Intersection of Lee St. and Murrow Blvd. Follow the green flashing lights to other YELP members


Time: 6:45 a.m. - 11 a.m.


For more information, email us by clicking here.

Ongoing: Mercedes Benz Raffle!


YELP is selling raffle tickets to raise money for its programs! The first prize winner will win a Vintage 1982 Mercedes Benz Convertible Coup with a Hard Top. There are a dozen cash and gift prizes to win! 

The Vehicle was sold to a very happy camper. And the funds will be used to maintain YELPLV's  operation


Raffle Tickets are only $10 or 4 for $30. One ticket will enter you in the drawing 8 times! Need not be present to win! Get your ticket(s) today!!


Learn more about the prizes here.

Pop Up Food Distribution Sites

YELP-LV with the support of the San Antonio Food Bank has established two pop up food distribution sites in the poorest Peoplehood communities. Our goal to eradicate the Food Desert in the community is a coalition of love and working together to feed our families. We provide 2130 families basic nourishment on a monthly basis. We are expanding in our mission to see that no child goes hungry as the community feels the need to simply feed our future entrepreneurs and leaders. The need is there and we will face it head on.


YELP-LV in coordination with the San Antonio Food Bank are stepping in to help eradicate food deserts in the community. YELP-LV is presently providing life sustaining nourishment to 1700 families in need . Our mission is to expand this service to 6000 families a month. We need volunteers to make this mission goal a reality . Our children need good food to expand their minds and become empathetic, work ready ,global citizens who give back to society and live a profitable life that shares the limited natural resources. We must teach our children to be accountable for their fellow women and men.

Pop up food distribution managed by volunteers from YELP-LV.

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