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Little Helping Hands

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Little Helping Hands

Today’s Spotlight shines on Little Helping Hands, an Austin non-profit group that’s been providing family-friendly volunteer opportunities since June 2009.  Families with children as young as 3 years old can visit the Little Helping Hands website (LittleHelpingHands.org) each month to find suitable volunteer opportunities created and organized by LHH.  The organization is truly a blessing for Austin parents […]

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Dr.Rudy Uriegas

May 2013 Legend: Dr. Rudy Uriegas

We at RecognizeGood are so pleased to present our Legend for the month of May, Dr. Rudy Uriegas.  Uriegas, or “Doctor Rudy” as he’s affectionately known, dedicated himself to medical mission work for over ten years now. As one of the founding board members of Sacred Heart Community Clinic, he worked countless hours on a volunteer basis for […]

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Ride On Center For Kids

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Ride On Center for Kids

You might have never heard the term ‘hippotherapy’ before. But the children and adults in the Austin area who have seen its results during treatment for things like cerebral palsy, stroke, and even speech impairment would surely swear by it.  Rare by any standard, Nancy O’Meara Krenek is one of roughly fifty Hippotherapy Clinical Specialists in the […]

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RecognizeGood Spotlight: Citizen Generation

The heart of RecognizeGood is to simply say “thank you” to those doing good things. Today’s Spotlight focuses on Citizen Generation, an organization created around the belief in the city of Austin as a national leader in philanthropy – and a belief in the younger generation as the key.  Over the past four years, founder Alex Winkelman has […]

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Cambria Sawyer

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Cambria Sawyer

A small story – a photo and a blurb, really – from the Stateman’s “Community News” sections arrived on the RecognizeGood desk last week.  A student at Dripping Springs High School, named Cambria Sawyer, collected $300.00. She planned to give the money to an orphanage in Mexico that she visited as a child.  The catch?  The money was entirely made […]

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Ethics in Business & Community Winners 2013

2013 Ethics in Business & Community Winners

After gathering today with some of Austin’s most respected and admirable citizens, honoring many and appreciating all, it would be difficult to call our 11th Annual Ethics in Business & Community Awards ceremony anything other than a resounding success.  Attendance was fantastic, and we owe a HUGE thank-you to every single person who joined us […]

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