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Hillcrest & Hoblitzelle Foundations invest in campaign

Nov 20, 2016

We are pleased to announce that two of Dallas’ most venerated private foundations have invested significantly in the campaign.

The Hoblitzelle Foundation and Hillcrest Foundation have generously given $150,000 and $200,000, respectively, to support the future that the Gene E. Phillips Activity Center and the Performance and Community Center will make possible.

“Parish Episcopal provides an exceptional education experience to students in our community. The Hillcrest Trustees recognized the opportunity to advance the education and development of our future leaders by supporting this campaign,” said Debra Phares, Philanthropic Director for U.S. Trust/Bank of America Private Wealth Management, on behalf of The Hillcrest Foundation.

Hillcrest’s and Hoblitzelle’s investments in the campaign put Parish two steps closer to the completion of the Gene E. Philips Activity Center and the Performance and Community Center – and to the limitless possibilities they make possible for our school and our students.

“Over the last half century, these two institutions have helped shape Dallas into the city it is today. We are grateful and honored by their belief in our vision,” said Dave Monaco, Allen Meyer Family Head of School.

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