Online Response Center for IREM members (and others) impacted by Katrina | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) has created a dedicated online Hurricane Response Center to aid members, their families, and other impacted by Hurricane Katrina. This action follows an earlier announcement that IREM®, through its IREM Foundation (a 501(c)(3) foundation), is soliciting tax-free donations from members and staff; 100% of all contributions collected will […]


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The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) has created a dedicated online Hurricane Response Center to aid members, their families, and other impacted by Hurricane Katrina. This action follows an earlier announcement that IREM®, through its IREM Foundation (a 501(c)(3) foundation), is soliciting tax-free donations from members and staff; 100% of all contributions collected will […]
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Online Response Center for IREM members (and others) impacted by Katrina

Online Response Center for IREM members (and others) impacted by Katrina | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) has created a dedicated online Hurricane Response Center to aid members, their families, and other impacted by Hurricane Katrina. This action follows an earlier announcement that IREM®, through its IREM Foundation (a 501(c)(3) foundation), is soliciting tax-free donations from members and staff; 100% of all contributions collected will be channeled to ongoing hurricane relief efforts.

The main components of the IREM Hurricane Response Center are:
•A “check-in” list of members in the affected areas who have contacted IREM to let other members know their whereabouts and how they are faring;
•A section in which members can offer housing and jobs for those who are hurricane-impacted;
•A section where those who are hurricane impacted can indicate their need for housing, jobs, and other support services.

As well, the center contains links to other hurricane-related resources.

Suggested Links:

  • Hurricane follow up With Hurricane Katrina, one of the worst storms to ever hit the US mainland, leaving billions of dollars in property damage in her wake, many property owners are asking “What could I have […]
  • Biloxi, Mississippi Air Force Base After Katrina: One Year Later One year ago, Keesler Air Force Base, located in Biloxi, MS, and home of the 81st Training Wing, sustained a direct hit from Hurricane Katrina. The base’s industrial and housing areas […]
  • Illness cited as top reason for home-based workers In a survey of over 1,000 home-based customer service workers, over one-fourth of them had a major illness or a major illness in their family that prevented them from working a traditional […]
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