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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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#NPTechClubATX Volunteers

I’d like to thank the volunteers for the NTEN & NetSquared Nonprofit Tech Club Austin. They have kept the club up-and-running for several years, generously sharing their time and talents to do so. Thank you Stacy Dyer/Trianon Coffee, Susannah Erler, Jon Lebkowsky, Daniela Nunez, Dale Thompson, and thanks also to club co-sponsors NTEN (national) and NetSquared (global, affiliated with TechSoup). We deeply appreciate our expert guest speakers, who speak and share their knowledge for free, and Capital Factory and others for providing meeting spaces free of charge and other supportive services. Thank you, everyone for your service and for helping nonprofits learn the latest in nptech, for the greater good for all!

Carolyn Appleton

T-Werx Coworking

Thank you so much for always supporting local non-profits thru the C-Werx Team! Your Wine Basket Donation for the silent auction at our event on March 1st for Amplify Reveal Resource Center helped us raise over $14,000. Thank you!

Kathy Manning

Thank you for all your years of service, education, and contributions.

KERRI OSWALD

KERRI, THANKS FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE TO ENRICH THE LIVES OF SENIOR ADULTS IN AUSTIN. YOU HAVE MET THE NEEDS OF SO MANY WHO COULD NOT HAVE FUNCTIONED WITHOUT YOUR HELP. THANK YOU, THANK YOU

DIANE FAULKNER

Kathy Manning

For all that you do for T&C Sports!

Quan Cosby

This goes several years back, but when Quan Cosby was playing football for the Longhorns, not announcing the games, he made a huge difference to the children and families of Wonders & Worries. He arranged for our families to come to a special spring event with all the longhorns- it was like a Make a Wish for hundreds. The event itself, done yearly for a non-profit, was impressive in and of itself, truly a dream to be in the locker room, run on the field and be greeted by all the players and coaches. But what stands out to me is that Quan suggested it months before, and followed through with his generous offer, meeting me to go through the details the day after he had his wisdom teeth out. He was clearly in discomfort, but he overrode his pain to make sure every item of the special event was in place. He made memories for so many children struggling with parents with serious illness in his selfless act.

Meredith Cooper