About the Alamo

Located in the heart of San Antonio, the Alamo stands as a shrine to Texas Liberty. Alamo Trust, Inc., or the Alamo, tells the story of Texas Independence as part of its rich and diverse 300-year history to over 1.6 million visitors every year and is the #1 most visited destination in the state of Texas. In 1960, the Alamo was designated a United States National Historic Landmark, and in 2015, it became part of the Lone Star State's only UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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 GLO contracts with Alamo Trust, Inc. to care for the Alamo grounds and historic structures, develop educational programs for visitors, and tell the story of the Battle and its role in Texas history.

About Alamo Trust, Inc.

Alamo Trust, Inc. (ATI) is a non-profit charitable organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) 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 and Long Barrack, 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 - June 4, 2020

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

About Remember The Alamo Foundation

Remember the Alamo Foundation (RTAF) is also a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization, specifically RTAF is a Type I supporting organization of ATI under Section 509(a)(3). The mission of RTAF is to provide support exclusively for the Alamo and its preservation, educational outreach, and public programs. We welcome your gift to support these programs and ensure that future generations will Remember the Alamo.

Remember the Alamo Foundation Bylaws - June 18, 2019

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.

Alamo Trust, Inc. Board of Directors

Headshot of Welcome Wilson, Jr.

Welcome Wilson, Jr., Chair

Headshot of Jim Dannebaum

Jim Dannenbaum

Headshot of Hope Andrade

Hope Andrade, Treasurer

Headshot of Peter J. Holt

Peter J. Holt

Headshot of Will Hurd

Will Hurd, Secretary

Headshot of Kate Rogers, Executive Director of Alamo Trust, Inc.

Kate Rogers, Executive Director; Advisor (Non-Voting)

Headshot of Francisco Cigarroa

Francisco Cigarroa, M.D.

Red McCombs, Emeritus

Hector Valle, Texas General Land Office Advisory Director (Non-Voting)

Remember the Alamo Foundation Board of Directors

Headshot of Welcome Wilson, Jr.

Welcome Wilson, Jr., Interim Chair

Headshot of Francisco Cigarroa

Francisco Cigarroa, M.D., Interim Vice-Chair

Headshot of Hope Andrade

Hope Andrade, Interim Treasurer and Secretary

Headshot of Phil Bakke

Phil Bakke

Headshot of JP Bryan

JP Bryan

Headshot of General Don Cook

General Don Cook

Headshot of John Crain

John W. Crain

Headshot of Jim Dannebaum

Jim Dannenbaum

Headshot of Dan Geddes

Dan Geddes

Headshot of Derrick Howard

Derrick Howard

Headshot of Abigail Kampmann

Abigail Kampmann

Headshot of James McAllen Jr.

James McAllen, Jr.

Headshot of Susan Naylor Sellers

Susan Naylor Sellers

Headshot of Ted Poe

Ted Poe

Headshot of Rebecca Quintanilla Cedillo

Rebecca Quintanilla Cedillo

Headshot of Tracy Wolff

Tracy Wolff

Headshot of Kate Rogers, Executive Director of Alamo Trust, Inc.

Kate Rogers, Executive Director; Ex-Officio

Red McCombs, Emeritus

Phil Collins speaking at the Alamo

Phil Collins, Honorary

Questions?

For any governance related questions, please email legal@thealamo.org.