Holly Moore Kastleman and Jim Kastleman are co-owners of PaperCity magazine in Houston and Dallas. PaperCity was launched 14 years ago in Houston and 11 years ago in Dallas. Charitable giving and sponsorship are important missions at the magazine, with PaperCity Houston and Dallas donating pages of advertising, invitation design and printing, and other services, as well as extensive coverage of charitable events, including the Cattle Baron’s Ball and the American Cancer Society; Society for the Performing Arts; Crystal Charity Ball and Dallas Best Dressed; amfAR; Holocaust Museum Houston; Houston Ballet; Houston Symphony; Children at Risk; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Menil Collection; Dallas Museum of Art; AIDS Foundation Houston; Blaffer Gallery; Pink Ribbons; Heroes For Children; Dallas Theater Center; Ronald McDonald House; and many more. In 2009, PaperCity donated more than $250,000 in advertising to local charities.
Throughout 2009, Jim spearheaded the launch of PaperCity’s online efforts, which will include initiatives to service the nonprofit communities in Houston and Dallas.
Holly and Jim co-chaired the World AIDS Day Luncheon in 2008 and The Fay School Annual Fund for the past three years. Holly chaired “A Night at the Cocoanut Grove” benefiting Boys & Girls Harbor and co-chaired “A Girls’ Night Out” at Saks Fifth Avenue benefiting the Beth Sanders Moore Young Breast Cancer Survivors’ Program at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. Last fall, she co-authored a design book, based on ten years of interiors from the pages of PaperCity magazine, titled Domestic Art: Curated Interiors (Assouline).
Holly and Jim have two children: Ben, age 12, and Olivia, age 7.