Company raised money for funeral expenses after unexpected passing of two employees’ mother
CAMCO (Complete Association Management Company) of Nevada used the Valentine’s Day holiday to help two employees navigating a recent loss. The HOA management company hosted a taco lunch for staff, family, friends and CAMCO vendors from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on February 14th to help raise funds for funeral expenses for two team members who recently lost their mother.
Due to unforeseen medical complications, CAMCO employees Isabel Lopez and Cristal Vasquez lost their mother Nena in January. To care for her, Lopez and Vasquez needed to take time off from work and the family food business, Vasquez Catering, was temporarily shut down.
The Valentine’s Day fundraiser was held in the parking lot of CAMCO’s offices at 4775 West Teco Avenue in Las Vegas. During the event, Vasquez Catering raised funds by selling tacos. Attendees could also donate on site and to the family’s Go Fund Me page.
“Our employees are very close-knit, and our vendors never hesitate to step in to help out for a good cause. They’ve done it in the past and did it again,” said CAMCO Marketing Director Mary Rendina.
The act of kindness is one of many for CAMCO. It has hosted events to benefit the American Cancer Society, Raise the Future, the Guillen Foundation, among others, in the past year.
CAMCO manages more than 300 HOAs in Nevada. To learn more, visitcamconevada.com or search for @CAMCONevada on Facebook.