RecognizeGood Thank You Notes

OUR GOAL: WE ILLUMINATE those around us doing good for good’s sake, and believe by making our gratitude public we have the chance to inspire others and pay good forward.

RecognizeGood’s Thank You Notes provide both physical and digital means for the illumination and sharing of everyday GOOD. Opportunities to show gratitude are endless, but by making a Thank You public at RecognizeGood.org we have the chance to inspire others.


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Joel, Bobby, Earl, et al

Thanks for the Ethics in Biz Awards! Keep rocking it!

Robin Loving

Mr. Harold Buckspan

This man helped get help when my daughter had an accident. Her surgery was going to be expensive and he help me through this organization paid for the hospital so I was really grateful for him for doing all of this for me. This happened many years ago and although he is no longer here.  I have never forgotten the thoughtful of this man. He was such an inspiration that I often think about all the things he did for me. He was my mentor at work and he always believed in me.

Michael Gardner and Chad Wolver of Azul Analysis

Thanks to Michael Gardner, President and Chad Wolver, Founder of Azul Analysis for taking the time to speak to Nonprofit Tech Club Austin on May 3. “Leveraging Financial Dashboards for Success” was a one of our most-attended events of 2021! Clearly, Central Texas nonprofits need the professional guidance you provided. #NPTechClubATX is all-volunteer and our guest speakers share their knowledge free of charge as a public service. #Grateful

Carolyn Appleton

John Hernandez of HelpAction

Thanks to John Hernandez, founder of HelpAction for taking the time to speak to Nonprofit Tech Club Austin on April 5. “HelpAction: Volunteering by Text” was a home run! The new project is poised to grow across Texas and beyond. #NPTechClubATX is all-volunteer and our guest speakers share their knowledge free of charge as a public service. #Grateful

Carolyn Appleton

Thanks Alex Wiesenthal at Capital Factory

Alex Wiesenthal is Senior Event Coordinator at Capital Factory. She is always so nice to work with, and she is very responsive to our Nonprofit Tech Club Austin requests for information. Capital Factory has been a partner with our club for the past several years, and it has been extremely generous with free meeting space, with sharing our events on their master calendar, and more. Alex is our point person and we are so grateful for her help.

Carolyn Appleton

Dallas Emerson, Nonprofit Tech Club Austin Speaker

Thanks to Dallas Emerson of The IT Guys for speaking to our all-volunteer Nonprofit Tech Club Austin on March 1, 2021 about, “How to Talk Tech: Translating the Jargon and BS of IT.” Dallas spoke free of charge as a public service and we deeply appreciate his taking the time. Our club mission is to help individuals and nonprofits find cost-effective tools and techniques to make their work easier and more effective.

Carolyn Appleton