BOMA Nevada Donates $7,500 to The Salvation Army for COVID-19 Relief Efforts

BOMA Nevada Donates $7,500 to The Salvation Army
for COVID-19 Relief Efforts
BOMA Nevada Board Member Chuck Eller (left) presents The Salvation Army’s Major Randy Kinnamon (right)

BOMA Nevada, the Nevada Chapter of the commercial real estate non-profit organization, recently donated $7,500 to aid in COVID-19 relief efforts of The Salvation Army – Southern Nevada.

Providing shelters and meals for hundreds of homeless every day, while also equipping Nevadans in need with supplies and medical beds during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Salvation Army was a natural fit for BOMA Nevada’s community outreach efforts.

“Times are hard for everyone right now, and we knew we wanted to give back to our local community and those in need here,” said BOMA Nevada Board Member Chuck Eller. “We saw all the good The Salvation Army was doing around COVID-19 in addition to the services they provide daily for Nevadans. We are grateful for the work this organization is doing and feel very fortunate to be able to aid in their efforts during this time.” 

BOMA Nevada, the Nevada chapter of the leading commercial real estate non-profit organization, provides tools and resources to its members to excel in its respective industry. Through advocacy, education, research, standards and information, BOMA Nevada brings endless opportunities to professionals within the commercial real estate industry in Nevada.

A core mission of BOMA Nevada is community outreach and advocacy. In addition to the donation, BOMA has asked its members and networks to consider donating to The Salvation Army – Southern Nevada as well as Helping Hands of Vegas Valley

For more information on BOMA Nevada, visit its website at bomanevada.org, and follow them on Facebook and Instagram at @bomanevada.