Highland Capital Management and Mary Jalonick, President & CEO of The Dallas Foundation, has decided to work together on the efforts of ensuring that the Highland Capital Management philanthropist budget of $3 million dollars goes towards good use. Read this article at investopedia.com.
Since 1929, The Dallas Foundation’s most zealous efforts were directed towards the helping magnitude of many good-hearted businesses of giving. Utilizing and creating charitable funds specifically based on clients` particular interests, has effectively helped clients serve the community. The founder of Highland Capital, James Dondero, greatest ideas were to specifically go towards an organization of an extended history, experience and recognition within the Northern Texas community, so he chose, The Dallas Foundation. Working together, both James and Mary, Jame’s specific vision of what he wanted to do within the community was accurately recognized by Mary with certainty and an accepted plan of action was put into place and executed brilliantly. Visit hcp.com to know more.
As the great community of North Texas knows, James has always been a huge supporter of the U.S. Vets and education. This information was definitely a starting point for Mary and her team to do their due diligence and develop a brilliant related philanthropist project. With the hard work and vision of The Dallas Foundation and the input of John, The Dallas Foundation was able to come up with the perfect philanthropist project group of ideas for John that he would very much so approve. Philanthropist efforts that most struck John’s interest was those of: The Dallas Zoo – Definitely an educational facility in the Northern Dallas area that is a kid’s favorite source of animal learning; The Perot Museum of Nature and Science – a popular Northern Dallas museum that children definitely enjoys, teaching them many valuable scientific lessons in the process; The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum – Another great children interest that is surely loved for its activities of learning, allowing kids participant opportunity in whitehouse roles within The Situation Room Experience. The museum is a huge supporter of veterans and the military as well. Visit their website for further details.
With the addition of the well appreciated help of Mary, came the help of Linda Owens. Linda Owens is most recognized as the former president and CEO of the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation. She was hired into the Highland Capital Management organization as a charitable giving manager. Her most primary responsibilities entails those greatly related to donations and grants towards the Northern Dallas community. Throughout Mary’s many valued efforts as president and CEO, she was able to build a strong and positive relationship within the Northern Dallas Community. With her efforts, came her new role with Highland Capital Management, which she has brilliantly managed and coordinated many charitable projects that has been a huge impact of gratitude throughout Northern Texas.
Highland Capital Management has been a huge contributor throughout the Northern Texas communities, partnering with an amazing staff that has allowed the company great opportunities, definitely worth the valued donating efforts. With a lasting relationship with The Dallas Foundation, Highland Capital Management is definitely looking forward to even greater charitable opportunities.