One of Texas’ most prominent business leaders is taking a stand for underserved children. Marcus Hiles, the CEO of Western Rim Property Services, advocates firmly for every student’s right to receive the highest quality of education, regardless of his or her family’s socioeconomic status. Putting a plan into action, Hiles purchased over 3,000 backpacks and filled them with binders, pencils, note cards and other school supplies, and then he personally donated to children in need throughout the Dallas/Forth Worth area.
After successfully planting a total of 30,000 trees in the past 10 years, Hiles has announced that the annual planting goal of 2,500 trees is part of Western Rim’s long-term objectives. “We have seen firsthand the impact our efforts have had, both aesthetically and environmentally,” he notes. “These initiatives are just the beginning. We purposely plant and donate parklands beyond any government development regulation because we know that our labor today will benefit the ecosystem for future decades. My goal is to continue increasing the tree canopy in all of our neighborhoods as well as create municipal parks, jogging trails, and reserves. Our commitment to proven ecological solutions grants our renters the optimal quality of life in a thriving community.”
Increased growth necessitates increased sustainability efforts, environmental stewardship, and prioritization of a healthy lifestyle. Marcus Hiles, one of the prominent residential developers in the Dallas area, is honored to have the opportunity to donate land for community parks and provide the much-needed property for natural recreation spaces. Trees, plants, and wildlife are essential for a happy life, allowing families, couples and individuals a place for recreation and relaxation. These areas thrive when people take initiative, such as Hiles, and remain devoted to environmentally friendly priorities.