Who We Are

RecognizeGood® is an Austin-based 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides the means for anyone to illuminate, connect with and learn from great examples of goodness. RecognizeGood is a partner and advisor to forward-thinking businesses, an advocate for the employees of those businesses, and an imaginative champion for all nonprofits in our community. With the help of all Central Texans who believe that goodness is an investment in our future, RecognizeGood is building the community we want to see for those who come after us. Since its inspiration in 2007, RecognizeGood has grown to include a variety of unique programs ranging from celebration to education, but the root remains the same – illuminating the GOOD in our community.


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Do you have a good story to tell? RecognizeGood is using visual and written storytelling to engage thousands of viewers and catalyze goodness in Central Texas through the power of inspirational example-sharing. Innovative social impact collaborations, boots-on-the-ground volunteer all-stars, and nonprofits transforming the lives of those they serve are just a few of the types of stories needed. Send your ‘good news’ story ideas our way!

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Recent Posts

The first predominantly African American Lions Club in Texas and the United States has been giving back to the Austin community for 55 years.

The first predominantly African American Lions Club in Texas and the...

35 years and over 3.5 million meals later, Frank Deutsch is still serving those in need

Frank R. Deutsch began feeding people through the Angel House Soup Kitchen in...

6,800 meals and counting one couple has set out to feed Austin

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13-year-old Gracie is on a mission to end hunger

13-year-old Gracie Garbade has collected and donated over $31,670 and 12,050...

Volunteering Untapped ATX brings hundreds of volunteers together to help nonprofits

The idea behind Volunteering Untapped ATX is simple, on the second Saturday of...

Toya Bell Joins RecognizeGood as Ethics in Business Alliance Program Director

We are SO very proud to welcome Toya Cirica Bell to...