For Immediate Release:
December 14, 2017
Contact: Samantha Lake
Princeton, NJ — For those Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) members calling Texas and Florida home, CFMA has recently donated more than $20,000 in the wake of the effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
CFMA members, now more than 8,100 strong, have a tradition of helping each other in times of need. The aftermath of flooding in Louisiana in 2016 brought about a groundswell of support and the events of 2017 have seen a similar response.
With more than $15,000 raised through contributions from CFMA members, chapters, and Regional Conference attendees, along with $5,000 from CFMA’s Chairman’s Fund, CFMA has been able to provide monies to replace clothes, appliances, and furniture and begin reconstruction work.
“You can’t really put a price tag on what it costs to replace a home but we wanted to try to show our support in some way. The generosity and graciousness of our members runs deep and we just hope this effort will begin to ease these tremendous burdens,” notes CFMA President & CEO, Stuart Binstock.
CFMA, headquartered in Princeton, NJ, is an individual membership organization and the only association dedicated to bringing together construction financial professionals and those partners serving their unique needs. CFMA provides invaluable resources and education to its more than 8,100 members via the headquarters office and 99 Chapters across North America. CFMA promotes industry best practices and continuing education in support of its mission: To be essential to the growth and success of construction financial professionals. Visit www.cfma.org for more information.