Community Association Recognition of Excellence in Service
Why should you CARE?
Board members: Free publicity draws potential homebuyers and honors hard-working volunteers!
Developers: Free publicity draws potential homebuyers!
Realtors: Free publicity draws potential homebuyers!
Managers: Free publicity draws potential clients and earns bragging rights!
Management Companies and Business Partners: Earn kudos and recognition for your charitable and philanthropic work; free publicity draws potential clients and evokes pride in current customers.
CAI Great Houston Chapter is celebrating community associations' accomplishments, unique activities and events. Large functions or small get-togethers, we encourage condominium and homeowner associations to keep/bring the spirit of "community" into your community. We'll recognize your association with a certificate and publish your story in our quarterly magazine, FACETS. Once a quarter, we honor the best of the best with special awards and recognition for the community and the submitting party.
There are six categories of recognition:
~Special Events - event specific, such as Christmas, spring, Halloween, Community Festival, etc. that may have volunteer, management and business partner participation with association or developer funding
~Beautification - landscape improvements that boost or improve the community's appeal and may have volunteer, management and business partner participation with association or developer funding.
~Bootstrap Projects - residents who pull together to improve their community when associations funds are not available using volunteer, management and business partner participation and donated resources.
~Conservation - going green or implementing green practices with association and developer funding.
~Helping Hands - people helping people, association assisting a family in need with volunteer, management and business partner participation and volunteer, association and or developer funding.
~Creative Solutions - volunteers, management or business partners solving a community problem with minor or not funding required.