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James Dondero is the president and co-founder of the famous Highland Capital Management. He recently released a press saying that his firm had been given one million dollars in grants to aid The Family Place. The Family Place is located in Dallas and focuses on helping victims of family feuds.

They have an ultimatum of raising more than three million dollars for the legacy campaign. This announcement was made to the public at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas during the yearly Texas Trailblazer Awards Luncheon.

The grant will be administered through the philanthropic gesture of Highland Capital Management and will go toe to toe with all the capital raised during the campaign until the one million dollar limit is reached.

Since James Dondero made the announcement, the campaign has been received generously and an additional two hundred thousand dollars has been donated. The campaign is aimed at reaching sixteen and a half million dollars to be able to achieve their objectives as from link. Mike Rawlings, the Dallas Mayor and David Brown, the Chief of Police have made a passionate call to end this life-threatening menace and this grant will help a lot.

According to Crunchbase, James Dondero boosted that the individuals in the vast Dallas area are doers. His firm was impressed with how The Family Place implemented the strategy from its initial stage to the final. They are proud to be the investors of such a project and help in settling disputes.

Paige Flink, the Chief Executive Officer of The Family Place, said that this was the opportunity for all people and institutions that want to provide life-changing services and lifesaving shelter for the victims of family violence.

The Family Place Legacy Campaign is on the forefront of construction and operation of the expected Central Dallas Counseling Center that will help family violence victims. The facility will be in honor of Ann Moody and has been designed by the principle architecture firm Corgan.Learn more about James Dandero:

This will have thirteen fully equipped bedrooms, dental clinic, medical clinic and several rooms for counselling. It is estimated that the building will serve two thousand victims annually by providing critical amenities.