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Doing Good Is Good Business: Lillian Diaz Gray

In this series, called “Doing Good is Good Business,” RecognizeGood asks Austin-area business and community leaders that exact question – why IS doing good is simply good business? In this conversation, we hear from Lillian Diaz Gray of Bank of America Merrill. RecognizeGood: One of the things that stands out about you is that you really

Doing Good Is Good Business: Baylor Scott & White Health

In this series, called “Doing Good is Good Business,” RecognizeGood asks Austin-area business and community leaders that exact question – why IS doing good is simply good business? In this conversation, we hear from Ann-Marie Price of Baylor Scott & White Health. RecognizeGood: Ann-Marie you’re coming up on six years with Baylor Scott & White

Legendary volunteers receive a lasting tribute for their lasting impact on our city.

RecognizeGood is excited to announce our 2020 Legend Award recipients’ commemorative bricks have been placed in Lakeshore Park along Ladybird Trail by the east entrance to the Boardwalk for all to see! To commemorate these legendary volunteers lasting impact on our city, each award recipient receives a personalized brick. Our Legend’s commemorative bricks are part of

Kirsten, a tireless advocate for Saint Louise House, has delivered over 43,000 pounds of food.

Over the past nine years, Kirsten Voinis has delivered over 43,000 pounds of food to Saint Louise House families. But that is just the tip of the iceberg of the many ways Kirsten has supported families on their journeys from homelessness to healthy, independent lives. Kirsten started her service to Saint Louise House families as a food

John and Jennifer Garrett: Doing Good is Good Business

In this series, called “Doing Good is Good Business,” RecognizeGood asks Austin-area business and community leaders that exact question – why IS doing good is simply good business? In this video, we hear from John and Jennifer Garrett of Community Impact Newspaper.      John: “CI’s culture is our values – it’s Jennifer’s, and

When it comes to serving those in need, there’s one woman who does it all.

Ebonie Trice founded Mission Accomplished seven years ago in response to the rise in homelessness in Austin and has now served thousands of neighbors in need. Ebonie founded her nonprofit after her own struggles left her with a clear realization of the gaps not traditionally covered by existing programs assisting those affected by homelessness. The