BOMA Community Service
BOMA International supports our communities in a variety of ways, both by promoting the efforts of BOMA local associations in the communities where we live and work and setting an example of the philanthropy and leadership that continues to strengthen BOMA! The purpose of this page is to highlight the great work being done within the BOMA network and serve as a source of inspiration for those looking to lead a new community service initiative through their BOMA local association. To share the great work your local association is doing, please contact your local BAE or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can submit your information. Read on to see how BOMA local associations and members are giving back to their communities in their own words below.
And stay tuned: Each year, as part of our annual conference, BOMA International hosts a community service initiative in our host city to give back to the community. This year, we will be partnering with BOMA/Boston and Bridge Over Troubled Waters, a Boston-based organization that works with at-risk youth in the city. This initiative will launch during BOMA International's July 12 Board of Governors meeting and run through the annual conference this October 6-9 in Boston. With your support we hope to raise $10,000 by providing the survival kit supplies online or by dropping them off at our Conference October 6-9 in Boston, through donations of funds directly to Bridge prior to the Conference, or with gift cards. Donations can be made through the BOMA designated page—Bridge Over Troubled Waters. Purchases through BOMA designated Amazon page can be made there as well. When using the designated page to make your purchase through Amazon, please have the items shipped to Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Attn: Barbara Baxter (BOMA), 47 West Street, Boston, MA 02111. We will be tracking our goal AND your name will be entered in our drawing, sponsored by Kings III, where you have a chance to win one of two $250.00 gift cards. Look for the thermometer near the registration desk at conference to see if we’re making our goal.