During the past few weeks, hearing the anger, listening to the cries of despair, and seeing the hundreds of protests, the unrest, and the growing racial tensions in our country, it all causes us to delve deep into our hearts and souls to assess our thoughts, words, and actions.
As Quantum’s owner, I want to let every Quantum employee know that we do not, and will not, tolerate racial injustice of any kind. We do not and will not condone violence, and we will not allow hatred, in any form, to be a part of our corporate environment or the environment of the communities that we manage.
Our properties we professionally manage throughout the tri-state area are home to a large and diverse group of people – races, religions, and beliefs. We will continue to respect every one of our residents just as we will do every Quantum employee.
We can put on paper many more words to demonstrate our solidarity; however, what is most important is that we show it in our actions. Quantum will provide support to the communities, residents, and employees by demonstrating racial justice, tolerance, and a real community spirit for everyone.
Quantum Real Estate Management, LLC AMO
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.
The newly completed day lounge at Robert L. Walker House was dedicated and named in honor and recognition of New Image Community Baptist Church Pastor Donald Garner’s relentless service and commitment to the Robert L. Walker House.
Don’t Throw Your Trash Where the Fish Splash
By NHT Sustainability Manager Kathleen Berube
Few of us routinely think about our personal actions and the quality of our watershed. Why would we? We’re all busy, wrapped up in our daily lives. We don’t consider the impact of the bottle we saw on the ground, the trash that blew by or the soap we used to wash our car. Even though we may not be aware, our actions have a tremendous impact on the quality of stormwater. Many seemingly benign actions have a very real detrimental effect on aquatic ecosystems. Changing our behaviors is not hard, but sometimes we need a little reminder.
In honor of National Heart Month, each Mrs. Philippines resident donated one can of food. They put a heart on each can, and we called it “Canned Food with a Heart.”
We took the canned food to Oxon Hill United Methodist Church and donated them for the community. The residents were very happy with this successful program!
Residents at Wingler House enjoyed a holiday time together in song.
Residents and staff at Mrs. Philippines Home for Senior Citizens enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving lunch and were gifted Thanksgiving baskets provided by area organizations.
Thank you to the Property Management Association for sponsoring a Resident Bingo Game this November at Covenant Village Apartments in Germantown. The residents really had a nice time and the PMA spared no expense in making our residents happy and comfortable.