AUSTIN YES’ “Back to Basics” School Supplies Distribution

August is here, and for students in Texas, that means it’s time for back to school preparations. Over the past few weeks, AUSTIN YES, in partnership with attorney Thomas J. Henry, has been busy ramping up their free school supplies distributions for the 2021-2022 school year. This series of in-person school supply distributions is the first since the COVID-19 pandemic, when many students were remote learning. During the month of August, AUSTIN YES distributed school supplies to 50,000 Title 1 elementary schools and youth-focused organizations throughout south Texas including districts in San Antonio, Austin and Corpus Christi. 

Check out a list of Title 1 elementary schools and organizations we served for the 2021-2022 school year:

Adams Elementary 

Bellaire Elementary 

Carroll Bell Elementary 

Collier Elementary 

Columbia Heights Elementary 

E. High Gilbert Elementary

Gillette Elementary 

H.W. Schulze Elementary 

Morrill Elementary 

Rayburn Elementary 

Stonewall-Flanders Elementary

Vestal Elementary 

Wright Elementary 

Frank Madla Elementary 

Athens Elementary 

Five Palms Elementary

Hutchins Elementary 

Kindred Elementary

Miguel Carrillo Jr. Elementary

Neil Armstrong Elementary

Palo Alto Elementary

Price Elementary

Roy Benavidez Elementary 

Loma Park Elementary

Las Palmas Elementary 

Perales Elementary 

Roosevelt Elementary

Winston Elementary

Roy Cisneros Elementary 

Gardendale Elementary 

L.B. Johnson Elementary 

Stafford Elementary 

H.B. Gonzalez Elementary 

Charles C. Ball Elementary 

Douglass Elementary

Charles Graebner Elementary

Advanced Learning Academy

Franklin Elementary

Maverick Elementary

JT Brackenridge Elementary

Japhet Academy

Storm Elementary

Douglass Elementary

Ball Academy

Highland Park Elementary

Charles Graebner Elementary

Advanced Learning Academy

Franklin Elementary

Maverick Elementary

Jubilee Westwood

Promesa Academy

Harmony School of Innovation San Antonio

Upbring Foster In Texas

Centers for Children and Families – Post Adopt

Salvation Army

SA Threads


Be sure to check back April 1, 2022 to find out how your school can benefit from the AUSTIN YES “Back to Basics” project. 

AUSTIN YES continues to develop innovative ways to raise funds to support students throughout South Texas. Since our inception in 1998, AUSTIN YES has distributed 500,000 school supply kits. By providing each student with their own school supply kit, the organization hopes the act serves as a reminder that each student is important to our community and that they are equipped with the resources they need to learn and grow.