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 we have the chance to inspire others.

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Monica von Waaden of Hope Austin

For all your hard work and perseverance in ensuring that the kids of Austin have access to food. For your commitment to the underserved of Texas. You have a big heart!

Joan Walsh

Catherine Laria

Thank you Ms Laria for all you have done to help me shape my future. It is such an honor to be a part of the program that saved my life. Thank you for your courage and dedication to the women and dogs that are all learning new life skills through the Paws in Prison program. Thanks also to Recognizegood for making it possible for our communities to show support to our favorite legends!

Melinda Brannock

Von Waaden

Thank you Monica Von Waaden for all that you do!

Toby Nichols

Deidre Gott

Thank you for all your work at First Steps, Austin!

Catherine Laria

For everything thing you do to save the lives of hurt, neglected and abused dogs and for offering inmates a path to pride, confidence, hope and new beginnings. For literally saving lives and giving second chances of a good life of purpose to both animals and incarcerated women.

Jill Burns Suski

Joell Darnell McNew

As a new Longhorn parent, I am thankful for Joell’s passion, desire and voice to fight for the Safety of our students. I am thankful for your knowledge and your ability to multi-task your personal life and your leadership role in SafeHorns. I am grateful for all of the security knowledge you share with new parents and I am grateful for your keeping Haruka Weiser’s spirit alive.

You are a warrior for our Longhorns, more often than not, standing on your own, to continue this fight in crime awareness and safety for students and visitors in around the University of Texas at Austin. Thank you for all that you do.

“Warriors confront the evil that most people refuse to acknowledge” – Bohdi Sanders

Deanna Vereb

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