Fort Worth-based Trademark Property Company has partnered with the United Way of Tarrant County to implore the tenants, partners and communities of its nationwide multifunctional properties to aid in Hurricane Harvey disaster relief.
As part of this effort, Trademark has pledged to match up to $150,000 in company-wide donations, and United Way is waiving all general and administrative fees so that 100 percent of donations directly benefit hurricane victims.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who have suffered tremendous loss as a result of the recent hurricane,” said Terry Montesi, CEO, Trademark Property Co. “As a company with deep ties to Houston, Corpus Christi and the Gulf Region, we are inspired by the stories of resilience and communities coming together. We’re proud that so many of our partners, tenants and employees are rallying to support these communities in their greatest time of need.”
Each Trademark Property, including Fort Worth’s Alliance Town Center, Waterside and WestBend, have formed their own “team” with their own individual fundraising goals to help the company reach its overall goal of $200,000.