Throughout Texas TAA members continue to serve communities and residents


Texas Apartment Association members across the state are working daily to serve residents and communities in outstanding and life-changing ways.

Shout out to the 100 Club Committee of the San Antonio Apartment Association, which assists The 100 Club with its efforts to provide assistance to the family of fallen first responders. SAAA’s raffle at The 100 Club’s annual spaghetti fund-raiser raised $10,000. Amazing work!

Austin Apartment Association Community Outreach Committee provided 50 “Welcome Home” kits for the Ending Community Homelessness Coalition to provide to homeless transitioning back to apartment homes. Inspiring work ya’ll!

We can’t pass up honoring Jackie Aguirre with Veritas Equity Management, Houston Apartment Association, for chairing the HAA Community Outreach Committee and actively participating in all its efforts, including assembling breakfast bags for homebound seniors for the Interfaith Ministeries’ Meals on Wheels program. Love this so much!

Check this out! The Tyler Apartment Association recently held its Suds ‘n’ Bubbles Supply Drive for PATH, the organization administering local rental assistance funds. Tyler collected almost 600 items for the drive, including laundry detergent, body soap, dishwashing detergent and shampoo.

Such a heartwarming story—life-changing work from Tropicana Properties with the El Paso Apartment Association, which helped to raise funds to replace a flooded vehicle for Felix Guzman, who was born with Spina Bifida and requires specialized retrofitting to allow him to drive.

Nice work Bryan/College Station Apartment Association for financially supporting three local charitable efforts, including a food bank for Hurricane Ida victims, the Giving Bak Foundation supplying appreciation meals for local health care workers, and ongoing financial support for the Tiny Hope Village, an effort to create 24 homes and additional supporting services for area homeless residents.

This is great! Great work Corsicana Apartment Association in sponsoring a table at the 10 Grand Country Jam benefiting the Navarro County Child Advocacy Center and CASA (court-appointed special advocates.)