IREM Las Vegas Chapter 99, the Institute of Real Estate Management, donates one thousand dollars to The Mask Task Force, powered by the Las Vegas Fashion Council, to aid in the mask shortage, and to support our front line medical and health workers, senior centers, food bank, and more. The organization’s generous donation will provide 150 masks to Nathan Adelson Hospice, and 50 masks for UMC Hospital.
“IREM Las Vegas is grateful to have the ability to help our community’s care workers during these unprecedented times,” states, Natalie Miloro Allred, CPM®, ARM®, President of IREM Las Vegas Chapter 99. “We are honored to fight the good fight against COVID-19 and support those on the front lines! Together we are better!”
The Las Vegas Fashion Council is reaching out to the following entities, such as IREM Las Vegas Chapter 99, to assist in this effort: apparel industry, uniform companies, manufacturing companies, hotel entertainment wardrobe departments, designers and seamstresses. The Mask Task Force has creating a grass roots effort to reach out to our community in the fight the COVID-19 crisis to assist with donating in the following ways:
– N95 masks
– Volunteers for Production of reusable Masks
– Donations of materials
– Drivers to assist with distributions
– Financial donations to purchase fabric and materials
To learn more information for the #masktaskforce, please visit the website at http://www.lasvegasfashioncouncil.com/mask-task-force.
IREM was built upon a foundation of ethics. All individual members are required to abide by the IREM Code of Professional Ethics to maintain their membership. The Code is strictly enforced – violations are processed within a defined structure, including an established peer review process, and may result in disciplinary actions. The Code protects the public, promotes competition and reflects contemporary business practices.
For more information, visit the website at www.lasvegasirem.org.