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15 years, $550,000 raised and Gary’s still running strong for The SAFE Alliance

Gary Walker has been racing toward an end to child abuse since 2005, raising over $550,000 for The SAFE Alliance along the way and training hundreds of people alongside him. Since the first marathon in 2005, when Gary and 13 members raised a little less than $9,000, Team FX has trained runners, walkers, and even

Per Stirling Members of RecoginzeGood Ethics in Business Alliance

In 2018, RecognizeGood awarded Per Stirling Wealth Management the Ethics in Business Award in the small business category, and for good reason. As a firm, Per Stirling is known for its award-winning ethics, its client-centric fiduciary culture, and the nationally recognized skill and expertise of its advisors, staff, and management team.  Per Stirling has always

Back to our roots and hosting a gratitude contest

When RecognizeGood first launched as a gratitude platform in 2009, the whole idea was to inspire others by simply saying thanks publicly to someone who made a difference in your life. On World Gratitude Day 12 years later, we’re back to our roots and proud to announce winners of a gratitude contest we put on

Florence has spent 20 years spreading laughter, love, care and giving back to the Montopolis children

For over 20 years, Florence Ponziano has been caring for children in the Montopolis neighborhood of Austin through her own programs and shelter, Florence’s Comfort House. Inspired by the interest of neighborhood kids who joined her to pick up trash near her home one day, Florence’s efforts to help children in need have grown ever

A Legend passes on but is never forgotten, looking back on 2016 Legend recipient Flo Macklin

In 2016, RecognizeGood awarded Flo Macklin with our Legend Award for her decade-spanning work with Meals on Wheels Central Texas.  At the time, Flo had made the tough decision to “retire” as a Meals on Wheels diver after spending 42 years delivering meals.  She started volunteering when the agency first opened its doors in 1972,

Sharing a love of art with Marbridge residents has made Mark and Alyssa Love Legendary!

 Mark and Alyssa Love, are making thousands of impacts on art students with intellectual disabilities by volunteering to teach art and crafts to the students at the Marbridge Foundation. The Marbridge Foundation operates a residential campus south of Austin that provides work and living space for hundreds of Austinites with cognitive disabilities. Arts and crafts