Parish Families and Dallas Foundations Get On Board, Pushing Campaign Past Halfway Mark

$5 million anonymous donation is among major gifts


The campaign to transform Parish Episcopal School's campus has achieved a major milestone. Thanks to the significant generosity of both Parish families and some of Dallas' most venerated private foundations, the School has raised $16.8 million toward the new Multipurpose Activity Center and the Performance & Community Center (PACC).


These donations include an anonymous $5 million gift that is the campaign's largest to date and one of the largest single investments in the School's history.  


The latest major gifts to the campaign, which total $6.8 million, include:

  • Anonymous ($5 million)
  • Kathy and Tim Eller ($1 million)
  • The Theodore & Beulah Beasley Foundation ($450,000)
  • Hillcrest Foundation ($200,000)
  • Hoblitzelle Foundation ($150,000)


These gifts allow the Board of Trustees to have more meaningful conversations regarding the PACC campaign and construction timeline. We are incredibly grateful for the leadership of these generous individuals and institutions, who have propelled the Parish community closer to achieving its vision: a transformed campus and limitless possibilities for students from PreK through the high school years. We look forward to communicating more wIthin the next couple of months.

Coming Soon!
The massive walls go up this week on The Gene E. Phillips Activity Center, so keep your eye on construction cranes hard at work on the Midway campus.

Later this spring, we'll reveal the renderings for the Performance & Community Center. This might be one more reason to hurry and secure your spot at the Gala on February 25!


Want to know more about the campaign and our future?

Contact: Amanda Meter

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