Category: Giving Back

Oct 2

Before the 1980’s not much was known about the virus we refer to as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), or the terminal illness it would develop into, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Today, however, kids learn about HIV/AIDS as early as elementary school, and thanks to advances in medicine it has since been downgraded from a “terminal illness” to a “manageable chronic disease.” Unfortunately, the symptoms of HIV/AIDS can actually make it difficult for people to receive the treatment they need. Mainly, increasing difficulty in finding and keeping a job. Without a steady income people can struggle to pay for housing, food, clothes, and toiletries. Under those conditions, even people with health insurance can have trouble keeping to a medication schedule! That’s where Project Transitions steps in. Project Transitions is a non-profit organization located in Austin, Texas whose main mission is to support people living with HIV/AIDS by providing them with, “supportive living, housing, recuperative and hospice care.” This not only means they provide affordable transitional housing, but they also provide services that help them apply for permeant housing and get them closer to living an independent life.

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Jan 14

Instagram Likes Beautiful center pieces for this year’s Merry Merry Martini Mixer 2017! Come join the event tonight from 7-11pm at the beautiful Fair Market venue! #MMMM2017 #MerryMerryMartiniMixer2017 #EQTX #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge #atx #lgbt

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Sep 9

Instagram Likes What an awesome day of caring with HomeAway at Out Youth to spruce up the safe space for the LGBT+ teen community! What an great organization for a great cause! #lgbt #homeaway #outyouth #landscapedesign #giantjenga #jenga #landscapeconstruction #atx #atxlife

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Sep 9

Instagram Likes A day of caring with Out Youth and HomeAway #dayofcaring #outyouth #nativeedgelandscape #atx

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Sep 8

  Have you ever heard of PARK(ing) Day? For the last decade, designers, artists, and urban advocates have celebrated PARK(ing) Day, an international effort to temporarily reimagine metered parking spaces as public spaces that serve the community. Ranging from miniature parks and coffee shops to tutoring centers and free health clinics, PARK(ing) day interventions both contribute

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May 7

t’s starting now! Violet Crown Festival 2016! Come on out and see us, and enter to win on our raffle! #vccw #violetcrown #violetcrownfestival #atx #DominoThePig #DominoAtLarge #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge

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Apr 24

Instagram Likes Got the chance to show our waters some love with a little bit of cleanup out on the Colorado River this weekend! And couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day to do it 🌞🚣🏼 #nolittering #earthdayeveryday #cleanwater #coloradoriver #keepaustinbeautiful #livelovepaddle #nativeedgelandscape #ladybirdlake #austininspiresus

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Oct 3

Be sure to stop by Barton Creek Mall during the month of October to join @simonmalls and @susangkomen to raise awareness for breast cancer! Here’s a sneak peak at what we’ve done to help raise awareness- what gives you strength? #MissionPink #breastcancerawareness #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge #savetheboobiesmonth

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Jun 11

Often on this blog when we talk about rain, it’s to discuss the lack of it. However, as you know, we were blessed to have an incredibly wet spring. May being particularly drenched. The rains brought renewal and new life, where drought had destroyed. Plant life we had not seen in years flourished. Wildlife boomed.

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Feb 10

Our Installation Foreman went to a late lunch today, and did his part today! #payitforward #sharethelove #gooddeed #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape

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