To encourage and promote all educational studies and historical and genealogical research that enhance the historical, cultural and civic significance of the accomplishments of the sixteen original Canary Islands families who founded the Villa de San Fernando, now the City of San Antonio.
To foster and perpetuate the preservation of documents and artifacts identified with the culture and life of the Canary Islanders’ history in San Antonio, Texas.
To initiate, and promote programs, lectures and civic events which are intended for the general public, and which are conducted to memorialize historical sites and buildings associated with the Canary Islanders’ history in San Antonio, such as San Fernando Cathedral.
To establish and promote the celebration of significant days and commemorative civic events that celebrate those special days linked to the Canary Islanders’ history in San Antonio for example:
February 2-Feast day of La Virgen de la Candelaria, Patroness of the Canary Islands.
March 9-Commemoration of the day the 16 families arrived at the Presidio San Antonio de Béjar.
August 1 - Commemoration of the establishment of the first civil government in 1731.
To remain non-political in structure and activity, yet a viable civic entity.