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Rotary Club Pflugerville

Rotary Club of Pflugerville Presented with 21st Lighthouse Award

RecognizeGood is proud to honor Rotary Club of Pflugerville with our 21st RecognizeGood Lighthouse Award! Rotary Club of Pflugerville has made an impact for 22 years and counting, supporting countless organizations in the Austin community. The club’s 55 members volunteer and support a variety of organizations including: Libraries of Love, Blue Santa, Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce,

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“How” to make good matter.

RecognizeGood has been working for years to promote the value of GOOD, helping convince our neighbors in the community that goodness matters – in our individual lives, in our social circles, in our businesses. Over time it’s become more and more clear that we’re part of a majority that subscribes to this idea and lately

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Dr. Ian Thomas

Dr. Ian Thomas Recognized for 7,000+ Volunteer Hours

Dr. Ian Thomas has logged over 7,000 hours reading to students with learning differences through Manor Elementary and educational nonprofit Learning Ally. RecognizeGood honored Dr. Ian Thomas with the 75th RecognizeGood® Legend award in a presentation at Learning Ally (1314 W. 45th Street, Austin TX 78756) beginning at 12:00pm on Friday, June 1, 2018. During this

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EIBC 2018

16th Annual Ethics in Business & Community Awards Announced

A packed house of over 650 joined together at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center for the 16th annual Ethics in Business & Community Awards, recognizing outstanding ethical business practices and celebrating the idea that doing good is good business in Central Texas. RecognizeGood honored award recipients in five categories, followed by the presentation

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Ian McKenna

Ian McKenna Honored For Impact

When 8-year-old Ian McKenna learned about classmates going hungry, he started donating produce from gardens he planted and cultivated himself. Today he’s grown and donated over 2,500 pounds of fresh produce to his neighbors living with food insecurity. RecognizeGood honored Ian McKenna with the 74th RecognizeGood® Legend award in a presentation at Liberal Arts and Science

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Business can do good, better.

Yesterday a couple of friends asked me to lunch – their business was actively giving back to the community but not in a strategic way, and they thought I might be able to lend some advice or pass along some best practices to help their organization make more of an impact. It struck me how

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