This week we are spotlighting Google - a company well-known for its charitable work in local communities. Google has been an active member of the Austin community for the last ten years and has made a major Texanthropic impact through partnerships with regional organizations, volunteer work, and community grants. The company’s philanthropic efforts in Texas are broad, ranging from computer science education, to working to bridge the digital divide, to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Texanthropy Spotlight: Spring Branch Family Development Center – 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Award Winner
Today I’m highlighting the second-to-last of the 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Award Winner – the Spring Branch Family Development Center.
There were eleven GVA winners in 2016 and eight have been highlighted so far. Today I’m going to tell you about the winner of the GVA for Corpor
If you love Texas history and music as much as I do, then you will definitely want to check out the Texas Dance Hall Tour. Texas music legend Ray Ben
Texanthropy Spotlight: The Medical Center of the Americas Foundation - 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Award Winner
This week we are spotlighting The Medical Center of the Americas Foundation, El Paso, the winner of the 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Award for Comm
Brenda Gormley, the winner of the 2016 National Service “Make A Difference” Governor’s Volunteer Award, is this week’s spotlig
This week we are spotlighting Texas Christian University’s Office for Community Engagement, the winner of the 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Aw
It’s that time of year again! Nominations for the 2017 Governor’s Volunteer Awards are open, and First Lady Cecilia Abbott is once again c