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Robert Godwin

Robert Godwin has been covering the non-profit scene in Austin from the time of blue jeans and backyard barbeques to the black-tie galas of today. With over 20,000 events recorded by word and photo, Godwin leads the leagues in rubber chicken consumption. As a constant witness to the power of publicity, he now seeks to enlist a legion of assistants by sharing his knowledge of the publicity process.

Upcoming Events

Posted at September 7, 2012 by Comments Off on Upcoming Events

Hospice Austin to celebrate the “Beauty of Life”

Come celebrate the Beauty of Life on October 11 at the Hilton Austin Hotel.  Sip mimosas and mingle with friends as you peruse the hottest fall lines from Austin’s favorite fashion merchants and bid on fabulous auction items. Enjoy brunch and hear a triumphant story about the
ability to create change from Kathryn Stockett, author of the best-selling novel “The Help.”

Funds raised from Beauty of Life will help Hospice Austin ensure end-of-life care is available to all the people in our community who need it, regardless of ability to pay.

For more information, visit

Capital City Village to celebrate First Anniversary

Capital City Village (CCV), a nonprofit group based in Austin, will hold an official First Anniversary Celebration and Membership Drive on September 27th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Laguna Gloria.    CCV is a membership organization that helps seniors stay in their homes longer. While this is the first “virtual village” to occur in Texas, the local effort joins a national network of over 70 villages. The “virtual village” concept began over twelve years ago in Boston, Mass.

“This event gives Austinites an opportunity to learn more about our organization and to consider joining us. Come by and enjoy some fiesta refreshments, and meet some of the neighbors and friends who are already taking part in the Capital City Village effort,” said Beth Jasper, Executive Director.

The members and volunteers of Capital City Village have joined together in pursuit of a common goal –to live comfortably in their own homes while remaining healthy and active. CCV membership includes access to free services such as minor home repairs, transportation and household tasks, in addition to pre‐screened service providers for other needs. CCV also offers health, wellness and educational programs, social events and cultural activities for their members. Capital City Village offers a community of mutual assistance to its members, helping to provide peaceof‐mind for adult children and relatives living at a distance.

For more information about CCV: or

Capital City Village is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a grant partner and funds recipient of St. David’s Foundation.

Please RSVP by calling 5125242709 or email us at

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