National Multifamily Housing Council
With more than a decade of experience in real estate investing, Jason Cohen leads Jason Cohen Pittsburgh, a platform of partnership opportunities for those interested in real estate investing. Involved in numerous aspects of investing, Pittsburgh resident Jason Cohen stays current with investment trends through the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC).
An organization where leaders of the apartment industry gather, the NMHC offers a platform for advocacy, insight, and action. The national association represents leaders of the $1.3 trillion apartment industry, with most of its members working as principal officers, including managers, developers, and owners.
Each year, the NMHC and its members raise money for a selected charity, with the organization raising more than $1.3 million since the undertaking began in 2012. In December 2016, NMHC selected Shelters to Shutters as its beneficiary for 2017.
Nonprofit Shelters to Shutters helps transition people from homelessness. Real estate professionals provide employment and housing opportunities, giving participants a way to become self-sufficient. Started in 2014, Shelters to Shutters now operates in 11 US cities.
Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center
Jason Cohen, a member of the real estate consulting group Jason Cohen Pittsburgh, has successfully invested in a range of properties in the greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, area and beyond. Outside of the professional arena, he and his company support multiple community outreach organizations and charitable nonprofits, including the Animal Rescue League.
From its Pittsburgh headquarters, the Animal Rescue League has protected animal welfare and public health for more than a century. In addition to providing shelter and veterinary services for companion animals such as dogs and cats, the League supports a fully licensed wildlife rehabilitation clinic.
The Animal Rescue League Wildlife Center is located on Verona Road in Verona, Pennsylvania, where it cares for and medically treats a wide range of sick, injured, and/or orphaned native Pennsylvania wildlife. When animals are well enough to return to the wild, the Center does so in a responsible and humane manner.
The Wildlife Center currently admits close to 4,000 animals on an annual basis. Its staff members draw upon more than 23 years of combined rehabilitation experience and maintain a successful release rate that is nearly twice the national average.