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For Goodness’ Sake: HopeAustin

At RecognizeGood, it has and always will be our mission to share the GOOD in our community. In a time where our news feeds are refreshed more frequently than ever, we wanted to dig deeper and share the stories of our friends that are still out there on the front lines – the nonprofit staff

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How Businesses Are Responding to COVID-19

In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, now more than ever we need to band together to help those in need. Here are just a few of the businesses in the local Austin area doing Good in their communities to help those affected. The following is accurate as of 5/14/20. Kendra Scott  Stronger

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For Goodness’ Sake: BookSpring

At RecognizeGood, it has and always will be our mission to share the GOOD in our community. In a time where our news feeds are refreshed more frequently than ever, we wanted to dig deeper and share the stories of our friends that are still out there on the front lines – the nonprofit staff

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For Goodness’ Sake: Autism Society of Texas

At RecognizeGood, it has and always will be our mission to share the GOOD in our community. In a time where our news feeds are refreshed more frequently than ever, we wanted to dig deeper and share the stories of our friends that are still out there on the front lines – the nonprofit staff

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For Goodness’ Sake: Mission Accomplished

At RecognizeGood, it has and always will be our mission to share the GOOD in our community. In a time where our news feeds are refreshed more frequently than ever, we wanted to dig deeper and share the stories of our friends that are still out there on the front lines – the nonprofit staff

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For Goodness’ Sake: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas

At RecognizeGood, it has and always will be our mission to share the GOOD in our community. In a time where our news feeds are refreshed more frequently than ever, we wanted to dig deeper and share the stories of our friends that are still out there on the front lines – the nonprofit staff

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