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Carol and Jack have inspired a 90% success rate and over 25,000 collective volunteer hours from their supporters

Boasting a 90% success rate and garnering over 25,000 collective volunteer hours from their supporters over 10 years, Carol Kallendorf-Speer and Jack Speer’s impact on formerly impoverished Austinites through Everyone’s Dream Come True Foundation is enormous. Twelve years ago, Carol and Jack realized that the system of helping deserving people rise out of poverty was

One man dedicates his Saturday’s to distributing clothing to those experiencing homelessness

Every Saturday for the past 10 years, William Kerby has distributed hundreds and thousands of pounds of clothing and life’s essentials to those experiencing homelessness in the Austin area through Kerby’s Clothing Ministry. Kerby’s Clothing Ministry (KCM) provides clothing, shoes, jackets, backpacks, household goods, and even pet food to those experiencing homelessness. Founder William Kerby

Austin Junior Forum has distributed $1.7 million in grants to local non-profits over the past 36 years.

Austin Junior Forum has distributed $1.7 million in grants to local non-profits over the past 36 years. For 51 years, Austin Junior Forum has been using its #powers4good to serve the Elderly, Women, and Children in the Austin area. AJF is a consortium of women that take their everyday skills (#powers) and use them for

For 18 months, Briana and Jacqueline have delivered free groceries to 65,000 Austinites

Over the course of just 18 months, Briana Murphy and Jacqueline T. Freeman have worked as full-time unpaid volunteers for Black Women In Business, and their efforts have provided free groceries to over 65,000 Austinites in need. Briana and Jacqueline have been a part of every aspect of BWIB’s Community Food Relief Program since its

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

Volunteer in Elgin, Texas

Saturday RecognizeGood visited the Elgin Volunteer “Job” Fair where we were able to speak with several agencies, non-profits, and philanthropic organizations from around the City of Elgin. The goal of this event was to connect Elginites with local organizations to make a meaningful impact on their community. If you are looking for a place to