Legend’s own “Cup of Ambition” feeds others

Austin is well-known for both its live music and its spirit of community service. Combining the two is so Austin. Perhaps no one embodies Austin’s spirit better than Deidre Gott, who’s been serving dinner to Austinites experiencing homelessness through the ARCH for over a decade – and amping up her support with a musical flair

Legendary three decades of service.

After 35 years of volunteering with Junior Achievement teaching just about every program offered, Bill Taylor is an education all-star. Bill began teaching with Junior Achievement while living in Houston, then when his career moved to 3M Austin he requested to continue that work in the state capital. In a typical school year, Bill has taught about

1 Million fed through Youth Legend’s Mission

Mace is a 13-year-old “hunger fighter” who turned his Thanksgiving experience into a determination that has allowed him to serve over 1 million meals for our community. Half a lifetime ago – or 6 years ago if you’re Mace Massingill – his family encouraged guests to bring food donations to their Thanksgiving. Mace went with

Legend steps up to feed more students than ever during pandemic

Taking principles from her childhood, Monica’s organization has grown to serve more than 1800 students at 60 different schools across the Austin area. Monica von Waaden was born in El Paso and comes from a family of givers who made regular trips across the U.S. / Mexico border to deliver food to families in need.

RecognizeGood Legend provides safe, clean water to 250,000+

Eric Bailey has traveled over 71,000 miles to donate his engineering expertise through Well Aware, building clean water systems that have helped transform nearly a quarter of a million lives. Eric Bailey has been a volunteer with Well Aware, an Austin-based global charity that partners with East African communities to build clean water systems, for

“Double Legend” Bill Phillips Recognized at Meals on Wheels

In his 14 years of delivering more than 50,000 warm, healthy meals, Bill Phillips has volunteered over 7,200 hours and saved Meals on Wheels Central Texas more than $180,000 in the process. Bill Phillips knows the streets of Austin better than most anyone. After 14 years as a volunteer delivery driver with Meals on Wheels Central