Hogarth’s named Philanthropists of the year; they’ll gas up the chariot and drive to the Masquerade Ball in October.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON  April 8, 2013  When Murray Hogarth was named Burlington’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010,  he was inducted into the Economic Hall of Fame by himself.  This year the Burlington Community Foundation named Murray and his wife Diana as the Philanthropists of the year – they will be celebrated at the Masquerade Ball in October.

Murray Hogarth is the founder and President of Pioneer Energy,  Canada’s largest independent gas station chain.

Murray Hogarth, president Pioneer Group and Burlington’s Philanthropist of the year.

“Diana and Murray Hogarth, their family, and their corporation, Pioneer Energy, exemplify all this award represents including consistent and significant giving over a number of years and sectors, illustrating outstanding community leadership and volunteerism. We truly look forward to celebrating the Hogarth’s philanthropy at our Masquerade Ball.” says Colleen Mulholland, President and CEO, Burlington Community Foundation.

Established in 1999 by a group of local volunteers and philanthropists to improve the quality of life in Burlington, Burlington Community Foundation gives grants, collaborates with donors to build endowments, and connects community leadership. For Masquerade Ball tables, tickets or to become a Proud Supporter, contact Sandra Baker, sbaker@burlingtonfoundation.org, 905 639 0744 x 223.

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