While thousands of people throughout the country are responding to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, Erickson Living, developer and manager of Eagle’s Trace retirement community in West Houston, Texas, is no exception. In an effort to provide direct support to many of the 500+ Eagle’s Trace staff members and their families, Erickson Living has established the Eagle’s Trace Employee Relief Fund.
“This unprecedented storm has brought tremendous personal challenges to Eagle’s Trace staff, including the loss of property and personal belongings,” said Alan Butler, Erickson Living’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by this devastating storm, and the Erickson Living family is committed to assisting the dedicated Eagle’s Trace professionals and their families with the help and support they need.”
Throughout the duration of the storm, the Eagle’s Trace team did an exceptional job showing their commitment to the well-being of residents and each other. The selfless acts of staff and residents not only supported community preparedness, but also fostered a spirit of caring and support that served as a valuable encouragement during a very difficult time.
On September 7, CEO Alan Butler, along with other Erickson Living Corporate Executive Team members, will be visiting Eagle’s Trace to share Relief Fund details, as well as learn more about ways the company and retirement community can support future relief needs.
Erickson Living is a nation-leading developer and manager of continuing care retirement communities based in Baltimore, Maryland. The company has a network of 20 properties in 11 states and serves more than 24,000 residents. The company’s employs more than 14,000 dedicated professionals and for the past two years has been named a Washington Post Top Workplace in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Eagle’s Trace: Located in Houston, Texas, the scenic 70-acre campus is home to more than 785 residents. The community employs more than 500 dedicated professionals and on multiple occasions has been named a Houston Chronicle Top Workplace. For more information about the community and the Employee Relief Fund, please visit the Eagle’s Trace Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/EaglesTrace/.