First of all, volunteering in a way that violates the shelter-in-place, social distancing rules is a very bad idea. Most volunteering work that would violate those rules has been shut down anyway. As is true Read More
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Central Texas’s 7,000 nonprofits are in a unique position to enage their clients in the election process, but too many are worried about crossing a line. Because they’re beholden to the general good will of Read More
It’s common for parents to want to foster generosity and empathy in their kids, and it goes beyond satisfying school requirements and competing for college admissions. We know that people who have a strong emotional Read More
W’ALL Austin, a dynamic and ever-evolving art park, music installation and fundraising campaign, is opening to the public with its official launch during this year’s East Austin Studio Tour. Located at Mosaic Sound Collective, an Read More
Who volunteers more, women or men? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women out-volunteer men …. but not by as much as you might think. The most recent data reports that 21.8 percent of Read More
Austin YES made a special visit to each Del Valle Independent School District elementary school on Thursday, August 29 to distribute free school supply kits to students. Austin YES is a nonprofit organization that provides Read More
Today, St. David’s Foundation, the largest grantmaking organization that solely impacts Central Texas, announced the successor to Earl Maxwell, who will have served as CEO of St. David’s Foundation for 20 years when he retires Read More