About The Alamo Trust

Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, the Alamo stands as a shrine to Texas Liberty. Visitors pay homage to the heroes of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo, a defining moment in Texas History. The Alamo tells that story of Texas independence, as part of its 300 year history to over 1.6 million visitors every year.

The Alamo belongs to the people of Texas. In 2011, the Texas Legislature and Gov. Rick Perry designated the Texas General Land Office (GLO) the custodian of the Alamo on behalf of the people of Texas. The General Land Office contracts with Alamo Trust staff to care for the Alamo grounds and historic structures, develop educational programs for visitors, and tell the story of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo and its role in Texas history.

Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge the indigenous people on whose historic lands Mission San Antonio de Valero, known today as the Alamo, was built. Dozens of Native American tribes and indigenous family bands inhabited this region prior to the building of Mission de Valero and continue to live in San Antonio, the broader United States, and Northern Mexico. These include bands of the Coahuiltecan language group, including the Payaya, Xarame, and Hierbipiamo; bands of the Sana language group; Karankawan-speaking bands; Apaches, including the Lipan Apache and the Ypandi; the Comanche; the Wichita; the Tonkawa; and many other indigenous groups. I ask you to join me in acknowledging these indigenous communities, their elders both past and present, as well as future generations. San Antonio enjoys a rich and culturally diverse heritage thanks to the indigenous people who once lived here and we wish to thank them for their many contributions to this city we all call home.

Alamo Trust, Inc.

Alamo Trust, Inc. (ATI) is a private 501(c)3 non-profit corporation led by Executive Director, Kate Rogers that manages day-to-day operations and staff at the Alamo. ATI is proud to offer daily activities such as entrance to the historic Alamo Church, school visits, a Living History encampment and demonstrations, educational film, and special exhibits, all free of charge.

All of its income and expenses are tracked and reported through the Texas General Land Office, and all revenues generated on-site are deposited with the Texas State Comptroller.

Alamo Trust, Inc. Bylaws
Alamo Trust, Inc. Social Media Terms of Use
Alamo Trust, Inc. Board of Directors

Alamo Trust, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), and reports its finances to GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations.

View and download GuideStar's report on Alamo Trust, Inc. 
Consolidated Audited Financial Statements for Alamo Trust, Inc. and Remember the Alamo Foundation 6-30-2020 
Consolidated Audited Financial Statements for Alamo Trust, Inc. and Remember the Alamo Foundation 6-30-2019

Remember The Alamo Foundation

The Shrine of Texas Liberty deserves the very best. Remember the Alamo Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, invites you to support and preserve the Alamo and help us tell the story of Texas independence as part of its 300-year old history to more than 1.6 million visitors every year. The Alamo is proud to offer daily activities such as entrance to the historic Alamo Church, school visits, a Living History encampment and demonstrations, an educational film, and special exhibits, all free of charge thanks to the generosity of our donors. We welcome your gift to support these programs and ensure that future generations will Remember the Alamo.

Remember the Alamo Foundation Bylaws
Remember the Alamo Foundation Board of Directors

Remember the Alamo Foundation is a 501(c)(3), and reports its finances to GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations.

View and download GuideStar's report on Remember the Alamo Foundation 
Consolidated Audited Financial Statements for Alamo Trust, Inc. and Remember the Alamo Foundation 6-30-2020 
Consolidated Audited Financial Statements for Alamo Trust, Inc. and Remember the Alamo Foundation 6-30-2019

Community Information

View and download the Alamo Bollards Information Document
View and download the Alamo Community Information Document
View and download the Alamo Human Remains Discovery Plan

A long-standing tradition at the Alamo started by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and a common practice at other historic sites such as Gettysburg, the Alamo permits cremated remains to be spread on site. If you would like to spread ashes on the Alamo grounds, please see our policy for cremated remains.