CSI Presents $5,000 Donation to the NAHMA Educational Foundation

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CSI continues its commitment with a pledge to donate up to $100,000 based on NAHMA Member participation in 2012. The Foundation’s fundraising efforts provide scholarships to residents of affordable housing communities.

Last January, CSI announced that they would be donating a percentage of their revenues generated through engagements with NAHMA Members - up to $100,000 - to the NAHMA Educational Foundation.

“We’re pleased to support NAHMA and the NAHMA Educational Fund”, say Jason Scutt, a principal of CSI. “It’s a great cause that makes a difference to local communities and we look forward to increasing our contribution in 2012.” Scutt adds, “We also appreciate the NAHMA members support of CSI! To date, participating members include Alco, Tesco, Community Housing Partners, PRD, Interstate Realty and others.”

“I have had CSI review the cable contracts in place with my company,” states Scott Reithel of Community Housing Partners, Inc., “and have been very pleased with the results – in many cases it was like found money! The challenge, in today’s market, is knowing what you don’t know. CSI was able to quickly determine the value of our assets and navigate preferred terms. They did all the work and we reaped the benefits! CSI works on a contingency basis which was no risk to us. Best of all, they are a committed donor to the NAHMA Educational Fund. A win-win!”

The NAHMA Educational Foundation has been active in the affordable housing community for more than 15 years. During that time, the Foundation has been tirelessly dedicated to providing grants and scholarships to the underprivileged and supporting the promotion of the arts and drug-free activities in low income communities. It is for this reason that CSI has chosen to offer their support.

Scutt adds, “The way we view it is that if we can help a member’s bottom line and the Foundation while we are doing it – that’s a great win-win.”

For more information on the foundation visit the website here.


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