June 11, 2018 - Event Recap

Impact Austin 15th Anniversary Check Award Ceremony

Members, Community Partners, Friends, and Fans gathered together June 11, 2018, at Austin's City Hall Chambers to celebrate a special Impact Austin Tradition. Our Check Award Ceremony is held each year after the Annual Meeting where our Community Partners for the coming year are elected.

This year, we started out with a series of interviews of our 2018 Community Partner representatives by the talented Kim Barnes. You can view these at Impact Austin's Facebook Page (and don't forget to like and follow Impact Austin while you are there!) Stay tuned to our Facebook page and other social media where pictures and information will continue to appear.

Impact Austin Board Member Susan Palombo opened the meeting and thanked the City Council for their gracious permission to use the Council Chambers for this special event.

Alison AlterThe Honorable Alison Alter, Austin City Council Member, District 10, and an active Impact Austin Member welcomed us to City Hall and thanked Impact Austin for what it has done for the City and surrounding area.

The Check Awards began with recognition of our new Community Partners by Impact Austin Grants Co-Chair Becky Austen, assisted by Laura Kane.

Jeremiah Program Executive Director Shannon MoodyCOMMUNITY:

Jeremiah Program, Empowerment and Life Skills for Single Moms - represented by Executive Director Shannon Moody

 

 

 

EDUCATION:CIS CEO Suki Steinhauser

Communities in Schools of Central Texas, ASPIRE Family Literacy - represented by CEO Suki Steinhauser

Helping Hand Home for Children HEALTH and WELL BEING:

Helping Hand Home for Children, Families First - represented by Executive Director Ted Keyser

Executive Director CASA of Travis County Laura Wolf CATALYST:

CASA of Travis County, Increasing Volunteer Diversity - represented by Executive Director Laura Wolf

 

GIRLS GIVING GRANTS

Girls Giving Grants

Foster Angels of Central Texas - represented by Executive Director Tania Leskovar-Owens

Tania Leskovar-Owens


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