The Angel Affair: An event with impact


Any Baby Can was born 40 years ago with the mission to serve families with children and youth facing serious health or developmental challenges. Since 1982, we have stayed true to that mission.

This year, Any Baby Can celebrates four decades of providing hope and health to families raising children with special healthcare needs, and we look forward to strengthening that legacy for many years to come.

While we are proud of how much we have grown, and the work we have accomplished, in large part through your generous support, the need continues. Your sponsorship will truly help make a difference in the lives of the children and families Any Baby Can supports. Without donors like you, we would be unable to have such a life-changing impact.

We are so excited to bring back The Angel Affair after two years, in time for our 40th Anniversary. We invite you don your best all white attire and spread your wings with us. It wouldn't be a proper celebration without you.

That’s a wrap on the 2022 Angel Affair!

After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, The 2022 Angel Affair took place on August 20th, at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. We were blown away by the support our community showed us – you showed up and showed out! Over $300,000 was raised to support families of children with special needs. Thank…

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Partnership Opportunities

For questions about Partnership Opportunities for The Angel Affair 2021, please contact our Development Manager, Lauren Benavides at 210.547.3009.

Visit our Facebook page to view photos from past Angel Affair events.

Our Impact in 2021

  • More than 3,800 individuals helped

    through our comprehensive case management, prescription assistance, autism services, and bereavement support programs.

  • More than 200 diagnoses

    touched and 8,000 visits through the case management program.

  • $2,030,000 of savings

    provided through our Prescription Assistance Program.

  • 545 individuals served

    with funeral assistance and licensed grief counseling for caregivers suffering from the devastating loss of a child.

  • More than 400 educators, first responders, and law enforcement officers

    received specialized training on autism, behavior strategies, and ways to better understand and communicate with individuals on the spectrum.​

  • And these are just the highlights!