Community Involvement

Broihahn Management & Consulting, LLC and our staff are actively involved in various community organizations that share our same values.




Our thoughts at IREM® go out to everyone affected by the devastating floods in Houston and surrounding areas due to Hurricane Harvey. The impact of the storm was immediate and horrifying, and we know that we are only at the beginning of a long and overwhelming road to recovery for the victims, many of whom are likely part of our IREM® family of members and clients. Thousands of people will need shelter and resources in the upcoming weeks and months. 

If you are able to help, please consider the following organizations:

Also, please note that FEMA will be making housing vouchers available to those who are displaced. Anyone affected should contact John Carleton, (202-870-4486) or Blair McDonald (972-795-5795), who are leading the housing assistance planning effort at FEMA. More detailed information can also be found here.


  1. Give priority to protecting the power plant and fire pumps, important motors, controls, and emergency power generators.
  2. If possible, shut down the electricity in the building to minimize electrocution hazards and distribute emergency flashlights to staff and tenants.
  3. Open basement or lower-level windows to equalize water pressure on the building’s foundation and walls.
  4. Do not use open flames in case there are gas leaks from ruptured mains.
  5. Watch for and avoid electrical wires.
  6. If water enters the building and evacuation becomes impossible, move all staff and tenants to an upper floor or rooftop and wait for rescuers.
  7. Avoid attempting to drive through floods or rising water – nearly half of all flash flood fatalities are auto related.



The Road Home Dane County provides opportunities for homeless children and their families to achieve self-determined goals and affordable, stable housing.

The Road Home History

After two years of work by a core group of religious leaders and shelter providers, The Road Home Dane County (then known as Interfaith Hospitality Network of the Madison Area) opened our doors on April 26th, 1999 as an overflow shelter for families who could not be served by the existing shelters.  Since that time, we have expanded to providing eight more programs that assist families in moving to stable housing and other successes.  The Road Home currently serves about 150 homeless families with children each year in Dane County.

Learn more by watching this video.  The Road Home Video.


The Salvation Army Madison, Wisconsin

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian 
Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission 
is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

The Salvation Army is an international organization founded by William Booth, a London minister, in 1865. In Wisconsin, its Madison Corps is the local unit that governs the activities of The Salvation Army of Dane County.

For over 126 years, the Madison Corps has offered spiritual ministry, social services, and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents annually without discrimination.  We currently serve the most vulnerable members of our community through a wide range of programs, as well as extensive case management services.  While we strive to provide compassionate care, a primary goal of all of our programs and services is to improve the life skills and circumstances of those we serve.


March Of Dimes Madison, Wisconsin

March of Dimes helps moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. And if something goes wrong, we offer information and comfort to families. We research the problems that threaten our babies.Imagine a day when every baby is born healthy.
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Premature birth can happen without warning and for no known reason. To fight this problem, the March of Dimes launched a national multiyear, multimillion-dollar Prematurity Campaign to raise awareness of the problem of prematurity and to reduce the rate of premature birth.



The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin is home to the ARCW Medical Center - Wisconsin's largest and fastest growing HIV health care system. Through its integrated medical, dental and mental health clinics along with its pharmacy and dedicated social services that include food pantries, a legal program, and social work case management, more than 3,300 HIV patients in Wisconsin gain the health care and social services they need for long-term survival with HIV disease from ARCW.

ARCW is also a leading provider of innovative and aggressive prevention services to help at-risk individuals stay free of HIV.

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