Cherrity Bar Charity Cherries

Friends of The Cherrity Bar

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  • David Malley
    David Malley Co-Owner

    Drawing upon his success in business, David Malley is now taking his love of restaurants and bars and combining it with his passion to make a difference through The Cherrity Bar. David owns Longhorn Lot Maintenance, a commercial property maintenance company, and also is a real estate and restaurant investor. He loves to cook and, prior to opening his business, he worked in restaurant management for several years.

  • SA2020

    SA2020 is the caretaker of San Antonio’s shared community vision, created by San Antonians themselves in 2010. By reporting on community indicators, activating the public, and aligning efforts toward goals, SA2020 drives progress toward this vision for a thriving San Antonio. SA2020 works with Cherrity Bar to highlight the nonprofit organizations producing outcomes that move the needle on San Antonio’s shared goals. Interested in becoming an SA2020 Partner? Organizations can request more information when they apply to become a featured charity.

  • Mike Bernal
    Mike Bernal

    Mike Bernal is a lifelong resident of San Antonio, where he graduated from Robert E. Lee High School before embarking on a career in restaurant management. His first experience with giving on a broader scale started with a marathon. After 12 years of not running, Mike decided to enter a marathon, which led to his friends betting against him in the name of charity. That initial run transformed into an annual event, with the money donated benefiting a variety of local charities, including Boysville and St. PJ’s Children’s Home.

  • Charlie Biedenharn
    Charlie Biedenharn

    Born and raised in San Antonio, Charlie Biedenharn earned his B.A. in English from the University of the Incarnate Word and his MBA from The University of Texas McCombs School of Business. In 2011, Biedenharn teamed up with pastry chefs Jeremy Mandrell and Anne Ng to open Bakery Lorraine. Bakery Lorraine now has three retail locations, a donut shop, a commercial bakery, as well as plans to expand outside of San Antonio.

  • Ernie Bradley
    Ernie Bradley

    With over 27 years experience in the service industry, Ernie Bradley continues to look for ways to give back to his community. In his half a decade with the Gwendolyn Group as its operations manager, Ernie has channeled this passion for service back to the community through philanthropic initiatives at the group’s multiple locations, including regular contributions to the San Antonio Food Bank and monthly dinners to serve the Boys and Girls Club of San Antonio.

  • Greg Bolin
    Greg Bolin

    Greg Bolin’s career path dates back to high school, where he worked as a plumber’s apprentice part-time. After receiving his Master’s license, Greg and his wife Shannon decided to open their own plumbing company in order to provide the professional employment environment, as well as provide an unmatched level of quality and integrity. Today, the Bolins still focus on the same initiatives that they had in the beginning – faith, family, quality, and integrity.

  • Brian Dillard
    Brian Dillard

    Brian Dillard is President of the Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association and is also involved with several other local organizations including Centro, Ella Austin Community Center, and VIA Metropolitan Transit. He is passionate about empowering others to better themselves, their communities, and society as a whole. His favorite San Antonio charities are Eastside Boys & Girls Club, MOVE San Antonio, and the Ella Austin Community Center.

  • Jennifer Dobbertin
    Jennifer Dobbertin

    After graduating from Texas A&M University, native San Antonian Jennifer Dobbertin spent six years in Thailand working with nonprofits and obtaining her M.S. degree in International Relations. She currently splits her time as a realtor at H&M Real Estate Services and owner/operator of Tenko Ramen. Jennifer also sits on the development committee of Alpha Home, a nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment center for women. In addition, she supports Meals on Wheels and Grace Place Alzheimer’s Centers in San Antonio.

  • Cindi Martinez
    Cindi Martinez

    With over 20 years’ experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Cindi Martinez ‘s passion for helping others is undeniable. Upon graduating from St. Edward’s University, she taught in SAISD before earning her M.S. in Communication Disorders from Texas State University. Currently, Cindi works for Early Childhood Intervention at The Center for Health Care Services. In her free time, she enjoys collecting Fiesta medals with her husband and son. Cindi’s charitable interests include causes that support child development and music.

  • Josie Negley Gill
    Josie Negley Gill

    Josie Negley Gill is a seventh generation Texan and native San Antonian. Before earning her law degree, she worked as a public-school teacher and later in the music business while living in Los Angeles. Currently, she serves on the board of The Southwest School of Art. Josie lives with her three children on the river in King William and is passionate about a wide variety of issues ranging from women’s rights to the arts and culture scene in San Antonio.

  • Amber Palmer
    Amber Palmer

    With over 15 years’ experience as a social worker in San Antonio, Amber Palmer, LMSW, stands as a fighter for the less fortunate. In her current position as a District Social Worker for a local school district, Amber daily displays her passion for helping children and those who can’t advocate for themselves. Outside of the office, she is a mother to two boys and the wife of a Lieutenant for the San Antonio Fire Department. She is an active supporter of the SAFD and SAPD benevolent funds to aid local fallen and injured service men.

  • Cade Rensmeyer
    Cade Rensmeyer

    Born and raised here in San Antonio, Cade Rensmeyer currently serves as Director of Property Management for Orion Partners, Inc. Cade supports numerous local charities, but is most passionate about Autism awareness. This passion is personal to Cade, as his 15-year-old son was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism at an early age. Despite the vast advances in awareness over the last decade, Cade feels there is still a long way to go and urges all to get involved.

  • Eugene Simor
    Eugene Simor

    Eugene Simor brought his passion for local brews to San Antonio over 20 years ago, and as founder of Alamo Beer Company, he works closely with several different charities a month to promote their causes alongside Alamo Beer. Eugene is happily married and the proud father of four young children.  When he’s not busy brewing, you can find him sailing and traveling the world. In fact, he once mooned the Napa wine train on one of his travels … yeah, he’s definitely a beer guy!

  • Colleen Swain
    Colleen Swain

    As Director of the World Heritage Office, Colleen Swain is responsible for the overall leadership of the World Heritage Office, as well as promoting San Antonio’s five Spanish colonial missions through the implementation of the World Heritage Work Plan. In addition to her 17 years of public service, Colleen has 10 years of nonprofit and private sector experience. Two charities close to her heart are St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home and San Antonio Youth Literacy.

  • Troy Thomas
    Troy Thomas

    Upon graduating from Churchill High School, Troy Thomas started his 34-year career in the Adult Beverage industry and currently serves as the V.P. of Sales for the Southwest U.S. for the A to Z and REX HILL Wineries. He is the proud father of five children and five grandchildren and enjoys spending time hunting, fishing, playing the guitar and of course, wine tasting. Troy supports multiple charities monthly, including St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Child Fund International, and he also regularly donates to The Shriners Hospitals for Children.

  • Kim Webb
    Kim Webb

    Born and raised in San Antonio, Kim Webb attended San Antonio College upon graduating from Roosevelt High School. After working several years in accounting, she moved into the field of Commercial Property Management, where she is still going strong. Currently, Kim manages the San Antonio portfolio for EastGroup Properties, LP, based in Jackson, Mississippi. She is a proud mother to her daughter and granddaughter, and is also happily engaged. Two charities Kim holds dear are the ALS Association and Shriners Hospitals for Children.

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