Members of the Mockingbird Chapter of the National Charity League in the last year contributed 8,998 hours of community service to Dallas philanthropy partners working in crisis and violence intervention, education, elderly and animal support, and poverty and hunger prevention.Read more
Peter O’Donnell Jr., a longtime philanthropist whose efforts have been described as “visionary” on a frequent basis, died Oct. 10 at the age of 97.
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Eiseman Jewels co-founder and chairman Louise Eiseman died this week at 91 of natural causes at her home in Preston Hollow.
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After 30 years of helping schools assess their facilities, Dallas-based Building Solutions has seen what inequities in education look like. Now they’re taking up the social justice work of addressing that inequality.Read more
Native Dallasite – and former Hillcrest student – Jay Cole has helmed Crossroads Community Services since its inception in 2001, but in March, a new face will steer the ship.Read more
Preston Hollow’s Donna Wilhelm and Sam Self will be honored as the The Arts Community Alliance’s Silver Cup Award recipients in a luncheon this Spring, the organization announced.Read more
Tierney Kaufman Hutchins, age 35, and her unborn child, Keira Wade Hutchins, passed away on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, dueRead more
Richard Brettell, who oversaw the Dallas Museum of Arts as it became an anchor of the downtown Arts District andRead more
The University Park chapter of the Young Men’s Service League recently gave the ‘ultimate gift’ to the Bonton Farm Extension.Read more
The faces of religious fanaticism are young; the faces of interfaith cooperation are old. That’s what Eboo Patel realized in college.Read more
The Les Femmes du Monde award dinner Oct. 17 focused on two of honoree and First Lady of Texas CeciliaRead more