First and foremost, we would like to thank you for taking
the time to read our story, and for supporting our cause.
Any donations made will go to Timbo's employees, to help them make ends meet after this forced closure.
We are a small mom and pop, and 6 families will be deeply affected.
Timbo's was started by Tim Lang and his wife Teresa after
the closing of Little Hipps when Mr. Hipp died of cancer 13
years ago. Little Hipp's was the only job Timbo ever had. He
worked there for 27 years. Presently, we have been at this
location for ten years, but the increase of property taxes in
central downtown San Antonio has made it nearly impossible for
our little mom and pop to keep up.
6 families were devastated with a stroke of a pen, when the
landlord delivered a 90 days notice to vacate the premise on
March 31, 2017. Any funds will help these 6 families move
forward in this difficult time. One of our workers provides
housing and support for an aged mother, another has 4 young
children, and the list goes on.
Anything that you contribute will mean the world to them.
Thank you, Timbo and crew.