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Charity: Water

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Charity: Water

Every Monday we will be featuring a special blog called RecognizeGood Spotlight, where we will be highlighting a nonprofit or charity that is making a difference and doing significant good in the world. In today’s spotlight, we’d like to tell you about an amazing organization called Charity: Water, a nonprofit committed to bringing clean, safe […]

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Ethics in Business & Community

The Ethics in Business & Community Awards Return In May

The Ethics in Business & Community platform is an annual honor for individuals and community organizations who have demonstrated exemplary ethical practices. The purpose of the EIBC Awards is to provide a forum for acknowledging these individuals and organizations. We wish to facilitate a greater community dialogue and awareness about ethics in our community. The […]

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Colin's Hope

RecognizeGood Spotlight: Colin’s Hope

In June of 2008, Jeff and Jana Holst suffered a horrible tragedy. Their 4-year-old son, Colin, drowned in a swimming pool accident just days after completing his swim lessons. After Colin’s drowning, they learned that drowning is the number one cause for unintentional death in children under four. “It was such a frustrating thing to […]

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Joyce White

June 2012 Legend: Joyce White

We are often defined by our heritage. For Joyce White, feeding the hungry is as much a hereditary trait as the color of her eyes. During the Great Depression, her grandmother provided a warm meal and safe haven to hungry hobos. She painted her door to let others know that they were welcome. In that […]

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Our History

Recognizing Good is our Heart and our Passion!

Last week we shared a little bit about our history and how Recognize Good began. This week we wanted to share with you about our heart and passion, what we are all about. When we started RecognizeGood.org our passion was to see those who were making a big impact in our community be brought to […]

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Shelby Romero

April 2012 Legend: Shelby Romero

What started as a teen wanting to help sick kids turned into the largest donation of books ever to Dell Children’s Medical Center. Shelby Romero, a 15-year-old at Hutto High School and daughter of National Instruments (NI) employee Steven Romero, is behind the donation of 8,658 books to the hospital. It all started when Shelby asked […]

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