Arizona community management group helping needy children

Posted By Mike Padgett

Dec. 10, 2008

In the holiday spirit, one of Arizona’s largest community association management companies is assisting a nonprofit group that helps abused, neglected and at-risk children.

AAM is donating $5,000 and hundreds of dollars worth of art supplies to Free Arts of Arizona, a nonprofit organization that – according to its Web site – is dedicated to inspiring and transforming the lives of abused children “through the power of artistic expression.”

AAM has donated to several nonprofit groups in the past. They include Gabriel’s Angels; Teach for America; Heifer International; and Arizona Animal Welfare League.

“We decided years ago that we wanted to do something to make a difference in our community, and to show our support for those in need, especially during the holiday season,” said AAM President Amanda Shaw.

AAM, founded in 1990, provides management services to more than 350 community homeowner associations throughout Arizona. Earlier this year, the company opened a branch office in Albuquerque, N.M.

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Dec 10th, 2008

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