Alexandria, Va., Sept. 22, 2016 – (RealEstateRama) — Be one of the first to own an original Yusuf Ibrahim. How about a oneof-a kind Anya Baker? Those are just a couple of the artists whose work will be featured in the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) Educational Foundation poster auction during the association’s fall meeting in October. Besides the auction, the three-day event includes the keynote luncheon, educational panels, committee meetings and networking opportunities. Preregister before Sept. 30 and save $50.
The auction, which benefits the foundation’s scholarship program, features artwork—created by children, seniors and adults with special needs living in affordable multifamily housing—that was chosen to appear in the 2017 NAHMA Drug-Free Kids calendar. This year’s contest tackled an important issue in many people’s lives with the theme, Words That Heal: Stop Bullying, Spread Kindness.
The pieces that will be going to the highest bidder include all of the national winners of the annual poster and art contest, as well as the honorable mentions. In all, 21 works of art will be available at the auction, Oct. 24.
NAHMA’s Regulatory Issues fall meeting, Oct. 23-25, takes place at the Fairmont Washington, 2401 M St. NW, Washington, DC. The October meeting is packed with everything you need to know about what is trending in the affordable housing industry.
The NAHMA room block single/double rate is $315. The discounted rooms are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and expire on or before Sept. 30 depending on availability. Reserve your room online today, https://aws.passkey.com/event/12050518/owner/56417/home.
Event registration includes admission to the keynote luncheon, as well as the committee meetings and educational panels, which feature representatives from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Agricultural Rural Development, and other industry experts. To see the full preliminary agenda, visit the Meetings page on the NAHMA website.
Who submitted your favorite poster for the 2016 calendar contest? Let us know using #nahma16 on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
For more information regarding the meeting, contact Brenda Moser, director of meetings and membership, by calling 703-683-8630, ext. 112 or emailing .
NAHMA is the leading voice for affordable housing management, advocating on behalf of multifamily property managers and owners whose mission is to provide quality affordable housing. NAHMA supports legislative and regulatory policy that promotes the development and preservation of decent and safe affordable housing, is a vital resource for technical education and information and fosters strategic relations between government and industry. Founded in 1990, NAHMA’s membership today includes the industry’s most distinguished multifamily owners and management companies. Visit www.nahma.org for more information.
About the NAHMA Educational Foundation
The NAHMA Educational Foundation is organized and operated exclusively as a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Founded in October 1994, the NAHMA Educational Foundation works to assist residents of federally subsidized housing as they strive to enhance their lives, job opportunities and children’s futures. Its mission is also to enhance the livability and standing of communities managed by NAHMA member companies nationwide. For more information, visit www.nahma.org/about/educational-foundation.
Jennifer Jones, Manager of Communications and Public Relations
National Affordable Housing Management Association
703-683-8630, ext. 100