San Antonio Aquarium Needs Coats, Sweaters, Blankets for Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Kids

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San Antonio Aquarium, in conjunction with the Law Office of Rudy Castillo, is collecting coats, sweaters and blankets to benefit children affected by abuse, abandonment and neglect. 100% of all donations will benefit local children at the The Children’s Shelter in San Antonio.

San Antonio Aquarium, in conjunction with the Law Office of Rudy Castillo is collecting coats, sweaters and blankets to benefit children affected by abuse, abandonment and neglect. 100% of all donations will benefit children at the The Children’s Shelter in San Antonio.

New or slightly used coats, sweaters or blankets are being collected at the San Antonio Aquarium, 6320 Bandera Rd., now through November 22nd. For each donated item, donors will receive one free admission to the aquarium to enjoy over 50,000 sq. ft filled with thousands of species of animals.

Close to 700,000 people have enjoyed a visit to San Antonio Aquarium this year. Interactivity is the key to fun at the aquarium with feeding opportunities for stingrays, sharks, tortoises, iguanas, parakeets, lorikeets and caiman crocodiles. With over thirty exhibits, dozens of them touchable, San Antonio Aquarium invites families of Greater San Antonio to come and discover, explore and connect with the animals.

Memberships 50% Off

Memberships are more valuable than ever before. For the remainder of 2015, annual memberships are 50% off and include exclusive member only access to upcoming expansions before the general public has full access. A membership to San Antonio Aquarium also includes membership access to San Antonio Aquarium. Visit the membership page at sanantonioaquarium.net for details.

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About San Antonio Aquarium:

San Antonio Aquarium opened in San Antonio, TX in December, 2014 at 6320 Bandera Rd with a mission to provide children and families access to the excitement and learning opportunities of the ocean. Exhibits include sea jellies, sea horses, caiman crocodiles, rare and colorful corals, sharks, stingrays, and thousands of other species. In addition to marine life, guests can interact with tropical birds and friendly reptiles, and even enjoy animatronic dinosaur displays. Popular activities include Birthday Parties, Snorkel With the Stingrays, Sleep with the Sharks, Private Events and Field Trips. I-Guana Jump Bounce House is a sister facility in a separate yet adjoining building next door.

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