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Threads of Love San Antonio growth is evidenced by the dramatic increase in yearly production of items for the premature babies of San Antonio.  

Year        Items Produced       Year    Items Produced 

2000              1,434              2010           36,225 

2001              4,531              2011           43,135 

2002              7,992              2012           44,688 

2003            18,309              2013           46,617 

2004            26,649              2014           48,530 

2005            29,269              2015           49,414 

2006            34,795              2016           51,815 

2007            36,168              2017           51,608 

2008            33,625              2018           49,884 

2009            39,393 


                 Total to Date:        654,081 

Who we are

Threads of Love San Antonio is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the production and distribution of clothing and care items to the premature babies (living and deceased) serviced by local San Antonio hospitals, crisis pregnancy care centers, and Any Baby Can. It is a faith-based ministry relying solely on volunteers and on donations of money or materials to be used for charitable purposes. No officer, director or individual associated with the organization receives pay or remuneration for services rendered. In addition, all items produced by Threads of Love are provided to recipients at no charge.

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Physical Address:

19595 W IH10 Building #3, San Antonio, TX 78256 

(behind Oak Hills Church) 

Mailing Address:

5926 Valparaiso Way, San Antonio, TX 78249


Tuesdays   9:00am - 4:00pm

Thursdays 9:00am - 4:00pm

Threads of Love is at 19595 IH-10 West, Bldg. 3

We are on the campus of Oak Hills Church, Crown Ridge Campus.


From 1604, take IH-10 W to Camp Bullis Road. 

Exit Camp Bullis and take the turn around at the light.

From Boerne, take IH-10 E to Camp Bullis Road.

Exit Camp Bullis and go straight through the light.


Follow the access road PAST Summer Oaks Street 

The main Oak Hills Campus will now be on your right.

Pass the first driveway (marked for Oak Hills guest parking)

Take the second driveway from the access road 

and continue up through the parking lot, veering toward the left.

Threads of Love's building sits alone at the top of the hill.

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