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20 Year Volunteer Firefighter Robert Moore, RecognizeGood Legend

RecognizeGood honored Robert Moore with the 83rd RecognizeGood Legend award in a presentation at Travis County ESD 12 (11200 Gregg Lane, Manor, TX 78653) beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019. During this event, RecognizeGood made a $1,000 pay-it-forward donation to Alzheimer’s Texas in Robert’s name. Still on the job well into his

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Six Years of Perspectives on GOOD

Each spring, I get an opportunity to learn from dozens of different leaders about what doing GOOD means in their business. Working toward our mission of illuminating good in the community, we partner with Austin Gives – the Chamber of Commerce program celebrating philanthropy in the Austin-area business community – to interview their Generous Business

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Donna Snyder of Truth Be Told is first Legend recipient of 2019

RecognizeGood honored Donna Snyder with the 82nd RecognizeGood Legend award in a presentation at BBVA Compass (1703 W 5th St Suite 100, Austin, TX 78703) beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019. During this event, RecognizeGood made a $1,000 pay-it-forward donation to Truth Be Told in Donna’s name. An increasingly-rare Austin native, Donna

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2019 Ethics in Business Award Finalists Announced

RecognizeGood is proud to announce the finalists for the 2019 Ethics in Business Awards. Finalists were announced on CBS Austin’s “We Are Austin” show Friday morning, after the program celebrated all award nominees for 2019 at a reception hosted by Concordia University Texas. The announcement was made by RecognizeGood board members Earl Maxwell (CEO, St.

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The Links, Town Lake Chapter Presented with 22nd Lighthouse Award

RecognizeGood is thrilled to honor the Town Lake Chapter of The Links, Incorporated with our 22nd Lighthouse Award! The Town Lake Chapter of The Links has been of exemplary service to the Austin community for 31 years. The 100% volunteer organization was chartered in April of 1988, and aims to promote sisterhood among their members

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Say Thanks Austin 2019 Results Announced at City Hall

The 2019 Say Thanks, Austin campaign Closing Ceremony was filled with joyful tears and sincerest expressions of gratitude towards the nine local volunteers who have worked tirelessly to impact our community for GOOD. Fourteen year old Ian McKenna, champion for food security through Katie’s Krops, finished the campaign with the most Thank You votes.  And

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