The Palmier Foundation recently contributed to Houston’s Hurricane Harvey relief efforts by donating $1,000 on behalf of my Alabama property Emerald Greens, soon to be rebranded to One Club Gulf Shores. This money will help with kit preparation for people displaced by the flooding, and will include socks, blankets, toiletry kits, sheets, pillows, pet supplies, and much more, which will be distributed through Hatching Hope of Alabama, a foundation based in Birmingham, Alabama.
Co-Founded by Keli Lynch-Wright and her son Ashton Wright, Hatching Hope of Alabama works to assist victims of disasters in the apartment industry, by picking up and delivering donations to those affected, and spreading the word. The organization aims to unite communities and make a difference for those in need.
It’s wonderful seeing my two worlds come together by doing something positive for the community. Having Gulf Shore’s One Club team up with The Palmier Foundation has allowed us to provide Hatching Hope of Alabama with a donation that will further assist people who have been displaced from their apartment homes. I’ve worked with Keli Lynch-Wright for many years, and am proud to contribute to her foundation’s charitable efforts.
As Houston residents work towards recovery, I’m inspired by the outpouring of goodwill the city has seen, and feel honored to be a part of it.