A Poem A Day

Michael Blair  #ButterflyKisses Today’s #ButterflyKisses story honors the work of Michael Blair, of Austin, TX. He worked as a writer and director in advertising for over 50 years. Recently, he has written over 800 poems to “lift people’s spirits.” Since August 2,...

Your Chariot Awaits

“Madam, Sir, your chariot awaits.” It’s not just a fairy tale anymore.  Today’s #ButterflyKisses story honors the important work of Chariot.Org in Central Texas.  “Chariot enriches lives and communities by providing transportation and socialization to non-driving...

ATX Good News

ATX Good News With Judy Maggio and Leslie Rhode Today, at Iron Butterflies Project, we honor the work of Austin journalists Judy Maggio and Leslie Rhode with our #ButterflyKisses. These veteran television anchors have created a new “storytelling adventure” called ATX...

Butterflies in the Garden

 By Verlie Edwards Although we are still in the throes of Winter 2022 (North Texas recently survived a three-day ice/snow event in February 2022), I am looking forward to Spring. Just as a butterfly goes through a metamorphosis, I believe that we do something similar...

Center for Transforming Lives #ButterflyKisses

#ButterflyKisses Center for Transforming Lives For more than 100 years, the Center for Transforming Lives has served women and children experiencing poverty and homelessness in Tarrant County, TX. In 1907, it was formed as the first YWCA in Texas. In 2015, the...

Multicultural Refugee Coalition

Multicultural Refugee Coalition #ButterflyKisses Today’s #ButterflyKisses story honors the work of the Multicultural Refugee Coalition (MRC) in Austin, TX. The mission of MRC is to create livelihood opportunities for refugees resettled to Austin, TX, through...

Mariposa Flies Forward With New Family

The word Mariposa means butterfly in Spanish, so it’s the perfect name for the newest mascot for Iron Butterflies Project. Mari, who is partially blind, was about nine years old when her human mother died. Her grief-stricken father couldn’t keep her and she...

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