CAI's Legislative Action Committees are funded by member's contributions. The cost of government advocacy and representation in the state capitol represents over 80% of the LAC budget. Your contributions are critical to helping the LAC fulfill its advocacy mission, communicate with members and policy makers, and retain the services of professionals who help CAI shape the debate concerning issues important to our members.
Legislative Accomplishments: Click here to view our brochure which highlights recent efforts by our Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee in working with the legislature in Harrisburg.
Budget Resolutions - Support PA LAC: For over two decades, CAI’s Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee (PA LAC) has been your watchdog in Harrisburg, passing legislation to improve community associations, fighting off legislation that would harm community associations and going head to head with powerful and well-funded special interests like big banks and local government. These efforts come at a significant cost. PA LAC will keep acting as your watchdog in the state capitol. With your help, we can continue to advance issues in the legislature that are important to the success of community associations. Click here for a resolution your community association can adopt to support the Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee's advocacy efforts in Harrisburg.
Individual Donations - Click here to contribute $5, $10 or $25 today to help CAI fulfill our important advocacy mission.
Business Partners and Management Companies can help the Pennsylvania LAC by becoming a Legislative Advocate Sponsor at four different levels.Individual members can donate directly to the Pennsylvania LAC.
Community Associations - CAI's Legislative Action Committees in Pennsylvania and New Jersey have you covered! Contribute to the LAC through our Dollar a Door program. This form can be used for both the Pennsylvania & NJ LACs. Contributions will be forwarded to the appropriate LAC based on the state in which your community is located.
Your contributions help raise the LAC's profile in Harrisburg and give CAI the opportunity to be proactive in shaping legislative outcomes. Every dollar of your donation to PA LAC goes to support the efforts of CAI to represent and protect our members on state legislative and regulatory efforts.
CAI’s PA LAC is not a political action committee. No portion of your contribution to the LAC will go to any political party or candidate for any political office. Contributions or gifts to CAI are not tax-deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
2019-20 Legislative Advocate Program Honor Roll
CAI's Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee is grateful for the support of the following organizations. Their support helps to fund CAI's legislative action priorities. You can join the list of supporters below by becoming a Legislative Advocate sponsor. Or, have your community contribute to our Back the LAC Campaign. Click here for the Back the LAC flyer and support CAI's Legislative Advocacy efforts in Harrisburg
Barrow | Hoffman
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin
Steven L. Sugarman & Associates
Clemons Richter & Reiss
Austin Law Firm
Granor & Granor, PC
2019-2020 Community Association Supporters
$1000 or more
Eagle Lake Community Association
Hershey's Mill HOA
Pocono Pines Community Association
Saw Creek Estates
$501 - $999
The Grande at Riverview
Hemlock Farms Community Association
Highlands Community Association
Morgandale Condominium Association
Timber Trails Community Association
A Pocono Country Place Property Owners Association
Green Meadows Community Services Association
Highlands of Glenmore
Stillwater Estates Property Owners Association
Up to $250
A Pocono Country Place POA
Four Seasons at Farmington
Marcel Lake Estates POA
Montgomery Brook Condominium
Steeple Chase at Chester Hollow
Stony Creek Farms Community Association
Towamensing Trails Property Owners Association
Village Grande at Millers Run
Villas at Lamplighter Village
Wallenpaupack Lake Estates
Whitpain Farms HOA
Wyngate Community Association