The Legacy Senior Communities — the parent company of The Legacy at Preston Hollow — recently received a $25,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to help low-income seniors with housing, food, and basic necessities.
“This generous donation will truly make a difference by allowing us to fill the financial gap left at the end of every month and continue providing needed services to seniors on Medicaid,” said Preston Hollow resident Carol Aaron, chairman of the board of trustees of the Legacy Senior Communities. “We are passionate about helping seniors in Dallas, and we are thankful that Bank of America is partnering with us to reach our goals.”
Gillian Breidenbach, Bank of America’s corporate social responsibility market manager for Dallas-Fort Worth, said her company is working to meet the day-to-day needs of those who live and work in North Texas.
“When we work to identify critical needs in our neighborhoods and make the connections with nonprofit partners like the Legacy Senior Communities, we’re creating an economic future that is much more stable for some of our most vulnerable residents,” Breidenbach said.