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2012 - Dallas Morning News – "Museum rises in style"
2012 - Dallas Morning News – "Vision With a Mission – The Perot Museum’s embrace of downtown"
2012 - Dallas Morning News – "Unopened museum popular"
2011 - Dallas Morning News – "Letters to the Editor"
2010 - Dallas Morning News – "Partners Card promotion sets mark"
2010 - Dallas Morning News – "Fundraiser upbeat about $50 million challenge"
2009 - Dallas Morning News – "Couple honored for giving gifts"
2009 - Dallas Morning News – "The giving will"
2009 - Dallas Morning News Business Day – "Balance Business, Support"
2008 - Math Program Adds Backers
2008 - World Affairs Council of Houston International Citizen of the Year
2007 - Partners Card, Celebrating 15 Years of Shopping, Saving Money & Saving Lives
2007 - Casa de Esperanza Newsletter: Capital Campaign Leadership
2006 - Philanthropy World Magazine: Profile of Sally and Forrest Hoglund
2006 - Dallas Historical Society: Philanthropy Award for Excellence
2005 - National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon: Foundation of the Year Award
2004 - Dallas Morning News Business Day – “Getting and Giving”
2001 - M.D. Anderson Conquest Magazine: Profile of Sally and Forrest Hoglund

Grant Highlights
2011 - The new math
2011 - $185 million museum goal met
2009 - The Family Place
2008 - Musuem Planners Get Busy
2007 - New wireless computer lab encourages higher level thinking, Reasoning Minds
2007 - Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children: Researchers Link First Gene to Scoliosis
2007 - Dallas Museum of Nature and Science: Project Report on New Facility
2006 - Reasoning Mind: The Dallas Morning News



2006 Dallas Historical Society Awards for Excellence

Volunteer Community Leadership Award – to that individual whose generous gift of self has enriched the community.

11/14/2006

Since 1989, Forrest and Sally Hoglund have been selflessly using their resources and abilities to generate and/or support activities that have made positive differences in the lives of Dallas citizens. Through their efforts, and those of their extended family members, organizations in the education, health science and services, social services, and children’s health and development have benefited both in community awareness and expansion in order to meet goals and aspirations. Currently, Mr. Hoglund is chairing the capital campaign to raise $175 million for the new Museum of Nature & Science.


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