The Outreach Program is a cooperative effort between AACM Management Company members and Affiliate Partners to:
- Enhance the long-term viability of neighborhoods by halting neighborhood decline and improving the physical apperance of older neighborhoods.
- Provide an opportunity for the Managment Company Members and the affiliate Partners to join together to make a difference.
Holiday Toy Drive for the Arizona Army National Guard
Papago Park Military Reservation, members of Enlisted Association of the National Guard of Arizona distributed approximately 1,445 toys to over 300 children that were graciously donated by the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM).
Each year, AACM’s toy donations have grown in size and have touched many Families within the Arizona National Guard. As part of an ongoing event, we look forward to the continued generosity of the community and are very thankful that our military children get to experience the joy of Christmas.
Las Vistas Community
This community does not have the benefit of being a homeowner association, but is surrounded by several HOA's managed by AACM members. City Councilman, Michael Johnson, recommended this community within his district for a helping hand from AACM. Councilman Johnson and his staff will join AACM on site and has committed several City agencies to join with AACM for a day of helping the "Las Vistas neighborhood".
Arroyo Vista Community
This community is working to put their HOA back in good standing! They have elected a new Board and are bringing their community together! The Outreach Charity Committee is looking forward to bringing this neighborhood together with a community clean up project! A special Thank you to Senator Lopez who is a homeowner in this community.
Westchester Skilled Nursing Facility
Is a non-profit facility run by Volunteers of America, whose residents require constant skilled nursing care. There were two atrium's that were not attractively landscaped and were virtually inaccessible to the residents because there were no automatic doors and the gravel that was installed prohibits mobility by wheel chair or walker. AACM and it members rebuilt and repaired all aspects of the atrium's.
Pine Towers is a low-income property for the elderly and persons with disabilities. It is owned and operated by the City of Phoenix Housing Department. Volunteers poured new concrete sidewalks, added new gravel, removed debris, put in new plants and did general maintenance to the lawns.