Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

A couple and their pets were airlifted from the second floor of their home on the Texas Bayou as the water flooded their home quickly and unexpectedly. That couple includes a past president of Community Associations Institute (PCAM #35).

A woman and her two daughters made a difficult decision to stay at their home in the neighborhood in which was to be evacuated because they didn’t have a vehicle that would get them safely to a shelter or a friend’s house. That woman is also a past president of Community Associations Institute and one of the most well respected large-scale community managers in the world.

Another woman and her husband are stuck in Idaho remotely leading her team as they help themselves and their communities navigate the torrential rain and record flooding. Meanwhile, her management company office building has flooded and is a complete loss. This woman is currently on the CAI Board of Trustees and is President of the CAI Houston Chapter.

These are three of the millions of stories coming of Texas in the past few days as Texans endure flooding, tornadoes, and some of the most challenging and devastating conditions served up by Mother Nature.

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