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  • Byron Hanke Fellowship | Foundation for Community Association Research
    community Within the field of community associations and common interest communities Hanke Fellowship projects are accepted for the following topics Financial Calamities and Collapses Insolvencies Termination Dissolution Receivership and Forclosures Aging in Place Buildings and Residents Sustainable Communities Definitions Benchmarks and Case Studies Projects may focus on either applied or theoretical research The Foundation is especially interested in substantive papers from the social sciences which place community association housing within political or economic organizational models In all cases the topic must have the approval of the graduate student s general academic advisor or of another full time faculty member who will supervise the Hanke Fellow s project The project topic must have potential of furthering understanding of residential community associations Evaluation and Selection A selection committee administers the Hanke Fellowship program including the screening and initial evaluation of applicants Evaluation of applicants is on the basis of appropriateness of academic achievements faculty recommendations demonstrated research and writing ability and the nature of the proposed topic and its benefit to the study and understanding of community associations The Board of Directors of the Foundation makes the final selection All awards will be based on merit without regard to race gender or religion Fellows are expected to prepare a research paper on community associations Review our style guide for specific program details MS Word Stipends and Payments Stipends and payments come from the Foundation for Community Association Research and are sent to recipients in three equal payments The first comes upon acceptance of the fellowship and his or her academic institution s certification that the student is both currently enrolled in the appropriate graduate program and is authorized to accept a Hanke Fellowship The second installment of the stipend will be paid at the beginning of the second academic term following the first payment upon confirmation of satisfactory progress by the Hanke Fellow s academic or project advisor The funds must be used for tuition books or other expenses of the Fellow s graduate education as documented by receipts submitted to the Foundation The final installment of the stipend will be paid upon completion of the project The Hanke Fellow will also be obligated to provide to the Foundation a copy of the final project in accordance with the Fellow s application The Foundation may publish the project if it is deemed appropriate The Hanke Fellowship stipends range from 3 000 5 000 over one year or as determined by the Foundation The Foundation Executive Committee maintains the right to determine the amount of the stipend Application Process The May 1 deadline for Fall 2015 has passed Project abstracts and applications for Fall 2016 should be sent directly to the Foundation for Community Association Research at foundation at caionline org or to 6402 Arlington Boulevard Suite 500 Falls Church VA 22042 attn Hanke Fellowship For more information contact the Foundation at 888 224 4321 or foundation at caionline org Download an application PDF Recent Fellowship Recipients Leslie Valencia pdf of Brooklyn NY

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  • Donate | Foundation for Community Association Research
    Foundation for Community Association Research to Foundation for Community Association Research 6402 Arlington Boulevard Suite 500 Falls Church VA 22042 Memorial and Honorary Donations Through donations of time and resources our colleagues are improving our communities by sharing their experiences and expertise A donation In Honor of or In Memory of a loved one is a respectful way to show your appreciation for their contributions to our industry How Do Honorary and Memorial Donations Work On our donation site you can select the amount you want to give and add the name of the person whose life you are honoring as well as the individual we need to inform about your gift we do not disclose gift amount unless you request this option We ll send you a tax acknowledgement receipt for your record keeping and send a letter to your recipient alerting them that you made a donation in their honor or in memory of their loved one Bequests A bequest in your will or trust can be tailored to complement your financial goals while also supporting the Foundation for Community Association Research It is the simplest way to make a significant gift to the Foundation without affecting your

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  • Who is Byron Hanke? | Foundation for Community Association Research
    Hanke opened his own consulting office In 1973 he received a grant from the National Association of Home Builders for 30 000 to create the Community Associations Institute and served as the chief consultant for the NAHB to design and create CAI In addition to serving as CAI s founder and contributing to CAI s original organizational and governance structure Hanke authored the first GAP Report on Architectural Review Hanke

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  • Adopt-a-Library Grant Recipients | Foundation for Community Association Research
    New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Fort Lee Public Library Fort Lee New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Mahwah Public Library Mahwah New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Morris County Library Whippany New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 North Brunswick Public Library North Brunswick New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Ocean County Library Toms River New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Washington Township Public Library Long Valley New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 98 99 Wayne Public Library Wayne New Jersey Sponsored by CAI New Jersey Chapter 99 00 West Orange Public Library West Orange New Jersey Sponsored by C R Realty Management Co Inc 98 99 North Carolina Chapel Hill Public Library Chapel Hill North Carolina Sponsored by CAI North Carolina LAC Committee 09 10 Ohio Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library Cincinnati Ohio Sponsored by CAI Ohio Valley Chapter 03 04 Columbus Board of Realtors Columbus Ohio Sponsored by CAI Central Ohio Chapter 00 01 Columbus Public Library Columbus Ohio Sponsored by CAI Central Ohio Chapter 99 00 Oregon Cedar Mill Community Library Portland Oregon Sponsored by CAI Oregon Chapter 10 11 Oregon s Chapter Office Portland Oregon Sponsored by CAI Oregon Chapter 10 11 Pennsylvania Big Bass Lake Library Gouldsboro Pennsylvania Sponsored by Big Bass Lake Community Association 10 11 South Carolina Chapin Memorial Library Myrtle Beach South Carolina Sponsored by Gold Crown Management Inc 07 08 George H Seago Library Summerville South Carolina Sponsored by CAI South Carolina Chapter 04 05 Horry County Memorial Library North Myrtle Beach South Carolina Sponsored by Gold Crown Management Inc 07 08 Seabrook Island Community Library Seabrook Island South Carolina Sponsored by the Seabrook Island POA 10 11 Tennessee Downtown Main Library Nashville Tennessee Sponsored by CAI Tennessee Chapter 00 01 Texas City of Denton Public Library in Denton Texas Sponsored by CAI Dallas Ft Worth Chapter 06 07 City of Ft Worth Public Library in Fort Worth Texas Sponsored by CAI Dallas Ft Worth Chapter 06 07 Davis Public Library in Plano Texas Sponsored by CAI Dallas Ft Worth Chapter 04 05 Farmers Branch Manske Library Farmers Branch Texas Sponsored by Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of CAI 08 09 Flower Mound Public Library Flower Mound Texas Sponsored by CAI Dallas Ft Worth Chapter 03 04 Frisco Library Frisco Texas Sponsored by Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of CAI 08 09 Irving Public Library Irving Texas Sponsored by CAI Dallas Ft Worth Chapter 06 07 Lewisville Public Library in Lewisville Texas Sponsored by Taylor Realty Associates LLC 08 09 Neighborhood Resource Center San Antonio Texas Sponsored by Dee McGee PCAM and Barbara Lowry PCAM 99 00 Utah Salt Lake City Public Library Salt Lake City Utah Sponsored by Hobbs Olson L C 07 08 Virginia Arlington County Department of Libraries Arlington Virginia Sponsored by CAI Washington Metropolitan Chapter 99 00 Fairfax County Regional Library Fairfax Virginia Sponsored by CAI Washington Metro Chapter 99 00 Herndon Neighborhood Resource Center Herndon Virginia Sponsored by the JF Business Funding and Finance 99 00 James City County Neighborhood Connections Office James City County Virginia Sponsored by Realtec Community Services Inc AAMC 02 03 Stafford County Regional Library Stafford Virginia Sponsored by CAI Washington Metro Chapter 99 00 Suffolk Public Library System Suffolk VA Sponsored by the Virginia LAC 10 11 Virginia Common Interest Community Board Sponsored by The Virginia LAC 08 09 Virginia Common Interest Community Ombudsman Sponsored by The Virginia LAC 08 09 Virginia Tech Library in Blacksburg Virginia Sponsored by Legum and Norman Inc 07 08 International Adopt a Library Grant Recipients Poland Center for Housing Initiatives CIM Warsaw Poland Sponsored by CAI 99 00 Recipients by Year 2010 2011 Big Bass Lake Library Gouldsboro Pennsylvania Sponsored by Big Bass Lake Community Association Cedar Mill Community Library Portland Oregon Sponsored by CAI Oregon Chapter EWA Beach Public School Library Ewa Beach Hawaii Sponsored by Gentry Homes Oregon s Chapter Office Portland Oregon Sponsored by CAI Oregon Chapter Seabrook Island Community Library Seabrook Island South Carolina Sponsored by the Seabrook Island POA Suffolk Public Library System Suffolk VA Sponsored by the Virginia LAC 2009 2010 Chapel Hill Public Library Chapel Hill North Carolina Sponsored by CAI North Carolina LAC Committee New Hampshire State House Legislative Library Hollis New Hampshire Sponsored by CAI New Hampshire Chapter 2008 2009 El Dorado Hills Library El Dorado Hills California Sponsored by Serrano El Dorado Owners Association and Parker Development Company Farmers Branch Manske Library Farmers Branch Texas Sponsored by Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of CAI Frisco Library Frisco Texas Sponsored by Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of CAI Hawaii s Public Library Kailua Kona Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Kauai s Public Library Lihue Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Lewisville Public Library in Lewisville Texas Sponsored by Taylor Realty Associates LLC Maui s Public Library Kihei Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library Kaneohe Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library Liliha Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library Main Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library McCully Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library Mililani Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Oahu s Public Library Waikiki Branch Sponsored by Hawaii Real Estate Commission Roseville Public Library Roseville California Sponsored by Inman Thomas LLP Sacramento Public Library Franklin Branch Sacramento CA Sponsored by Oliver Management Inc Virginia Common Interest Community Board Sponsored by The Virginia LAC Virginia Common Interest Community Ombudsman Sponsored by The Virginia LAC Worcester County Library Ocean City Maryland Branch Sponsored by Insurance Management Group Inc 2007 2008 Berlin Peck Memorial Library Berlin Connecticut Sponsored by Community Association Banc Carlsbad Dove Library in Carlsbad California Sponsored by La Bahns Landscaping Professional Community Management and AV Builders Carmel Mountain Ranch Library in San Diego California Sponsored

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  • The Big Picture | Foundation for Community Association Research
    logo or other image in our banner display at the 2016 CAI Annual Conference and Exposition in Orlando For a 40 donation we ll include your 3 x3 picture For an 80 donation we ll include your 6 x6 picture For a 180 donation we ll include your 8 x8 picture For a 300 donation we ll include your 10 x10 picture For a 500 donation we ll include your 12 x12 picture Please consider making a tax deductible donation to help us reach our goal of 14 000 By becoming part of the Big Picture you ll ensure that our research remains available to everyone striving to live work and thrive in community associations From everyone at the Foundation you have my heartfelt thanks for your continued support Warm Regards Robert W Browning PCAM RS Browning Reserve Group Big Picture Campaign Cabinet Pamela Bailey CMCA AMS PCAM President Chaparral Management AAMC Marilyn Brainard Public Member at CAMICB Community Association Managers International Certification Board Robert A Travis CIRMS CPIA Director Marketing Community Association Underwriters of America Inc How to Be Part of the BIG PICTURE Big Picture Flyer and Campaign Ads pdf Half Page Ad One Third Page Ad A picture s worth a thousand words and becoming part of the Big Picture is easy Step 1 Donate Now Step 2 Enter your donation amount of 40 80 180 300 or 500 In the Designation Optional field please enter Big Picture For a 40 donation we ll display your 3 x 3 picture For an 80 donation we ll display your 6 x 6 picture For a 180 donation we ll display your 8 x 8 picture For a 300 donation we ll display your 10 x 10 picture For a 500 donation we ll display your 12 x 12

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  • Bequests | Foundation for Community Association Research
    percentage of the balance remaining in your estate or trust Benefit to your estate Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime You can modify your bequest to address changing circumstances You can direct your bequest to a particular purpose be sure to check with us to make sure your gift can be used as intended Under current tax law there is no upper limit on the estate tax deduction for your charitable bequests General Bequest Language I give devise and bequeath to the Foundation for Community Association Research located at 6402 Arlington Blvd Suite 500 Falls Church VA 22042 the sum of or a description of the specific asset for the benefit of the Foundation for Community Association Research and its general purposes The Foundation for Community Association Research is a recognized 501 c 3 entity Our tax identification number is 23 7438451 Frequently asked questions about bequests Will my gift be tax deductible Historically bequests have been deductible for federal estate tax purposes In addition the gift is usually exempt from state inheritance taxes What if I ve already written my will or trust You can amend a will or trust to make a gift without rewriting the entire document Your attorney can prepare the simple statement called a codicil which adds a new provision while reaffirming the other terms of your will Similarly he or she can prepare an amendment to your revocable trust to add the Foundation for Community Association Research as a beneficiary What s the difference between a will and a trust A will serves as an instruction manual to your survivors about how you want your property distributed It s a revocable document that only takes effect after your death A revocable trust also called a living trust is a legal entity

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  • Foundation Staff | Foundation for Community Association Research
    of Education for CAI Jake Gold CAE is the Director of the Foundation he can be reached via email at jgold at caionline org In addition to his Foundation responsibilities Jake also serves as the Senior Director of Education for CAI Melinda Kelejian is Director of Development for the Foundation she can be reached via email at mkelejian at caionline org Shari Lewis is Education Manager for CAI and the

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  • Board of Directors | Foundation for Community Association Research
    Elise V Saadi Esq Mesa AZ evsaadi at aol com Vice President Jack McGrath The Grande at Colts Neck Condominium Association Colts Neck NJ dirjwm a verizon net Treasurer Kathy Beaulne AMS PCAM Finance Manager Sienna Plantation Residential Association Inc Missouri City TX KKathyb at clubsienna com Secretary Philip Adams CMCA PCAM Community Group Inc Richmond VA padams at communitygroup com Immediate Past President Lynn Voorhees R C S R S Director of Community Association Services DW Smith Associates LLC Farmingdale NJ lvoorhees at dwsmith com Directors of the Board Lynn Boergerhoff MPH President Woodstock Homeowners Association Bloomington MN lynnab7 at gmail com Joe Bunting CMCA LSM PCAM Executive Director Amelia Island Plantation Community Association Amelia Island FL joebunting3 at gmail com Kathryn C Danella CMCA LSM PCAM General Manager Boca Pointe Community Association Inc Boca Raton FL kcd at bocapointe com Skip Daum Association Headquarters of California Capitol Communications Group Granite Bay CA caiclac at aol com James H Dodson IV CMCA AMS PCAM Executive Director Ewa by Gentry Community Association Ewa Beach HI jdodson a ebgca net Paul D Grucza CMCA AMS PCAM Director of Education and Client Integration CWD Group Inc Seattle WA paul at cwdgroup com

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