Preston Hollow Women's Club is located in the heart of Preston Hollow, a Dallas suburb. Our club is open to women in the Preston Hollow area of Dallas; specifically within the boundaries of LBJ, NW Hwy, Central Expwy, and Midway Rd. We are a social and philanthropic organization that promotes a strong neighborhood through its various programs, philanthropic projects, and special interest groups. Our philanthropy projects support Preston Hollow Elementary School through fundraisers and by providing various supplies. Our special interest groups provide many avenues of interest and interaction for members, such as book clubs, wine tastings, biking, golf, gardening, bridge, bunco, and other fun activities.
As we shelter-in-place, we'll keep you connected with entertaining, engaging and educational platforms. Be sure to check our website and don't forget to visit our PHWC Facebook page. Also, look for our monthly emails of virtual activities.
September Virtual Meeting
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Trammell S. Crow is a Dallas businessman, philanthropist, entrepreneur and innovative leader in business development and operations. He is the founder of EarthX (formerly known as Earth Day Texas), “the world’s largest annual Earth Day celebration” and exposition and forum showcasing the latest initiatives, discoveries, research, innovations, policies and corporate practices serving to re-shape the future.
His philanthropy benefits various nonprofit organizations that are active in family planning, education, the environment, community initiatives and political causes. Mr. Crow’s passion for art extends to his role as president of the Crow Family Foundation supporting The Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art. Trammell ran Dallas Market Center, developed Infomart, developed Dallas Communications Center, the Studios at Las Colinas and DFW Teleport, President of Trammell Crow International developments in countries around the world.
Mr. Crow is co-founder of Texas Business for Clean Air and Texans for Clean Water. He has served on countless boards of directors and has supported many philanthropic and educational organizations both locally and globally. A sampling of his endeavors include the Development Board of University of Texas at Dallas, Paul Quinn College, the Dallas Community College District Foundation, Trinity River Improvement Association, Space Center Houston, Environmental Defense Fund Texas, the Texas Conservation Alliance, Green Cross International, Global Green USA, Nature Conservancy of Texas, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, Log Cabin Republicans and the League of Conservation Voters.
Amazingly, Mr. Crow makes room in his busy schedule to enjoy rock collecting and sharing his love of music, art and reading.
Registration is from June 1 to June 30, 2020. This will ensure you receive updates and information from PHWC.
Other important items for registration include updating the following:
We encourage you to pay your dues online by using a credit card. We will send instructions for registration and payment as we get closer to registration. Checks will still be accepted.
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To register, click on the event on the calendar and follow the register instructions.
Due to website parameters, some events may be specified as FREE, but will actually have a cost associated.
Preston Hollow Elementary School Video Spotlight
Trammell S. Crow