HOA buys personal alarms for kids following attempted abduction - Story | WOFL:
"The community is not waiting for law enforcement to increase their sense of security. Instead, they are footing the bill for each kid to have a personal alarm. "We've raised over $2,000 in the past couple of days," said parent Stephanie Lerret. "It's a dual-button switch where the student has to hit both buttons to activate if they're in an uncomfortable situation."
I can't tell from the article whether or not this headline is correct. "HOA buys" suggests that the association is using their funds to buy the alarms. But the body of the article seems to suggest that parents, or the association BOD, are raising money from voluntary contributions and buying the alarms with those funds. The latter approach seems more likely to me, given that using money from assessments for an expense like this could be questioned.