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At Hupy and Abraham, we believe in doing well by doing good—and that goes beyond the courtroom. The employees of the firm are active supporters of their respective communities throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Attorney Michael F. Hupy has spearheaded our law firm’s efforts to give back to the community. Under his direction, the firm has supported numerous causes, including Feeding America, the YMCA, the Boy Scouts of America, and various scholarship, safety and fingerprint programs.
He also led the firm’s pro bono efforts along with donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to various charitable causes. Through Attorney Hupy’s leadership, Hupy and Abraham has donated more than $500,000 to more than 250 worthwhile organizations in the past three years alone.
Also dedicated to improving the community is Attorney Jason F. Abraham. He is a board member for the Ridin’ to a Cure Foundation, benefiting breast cancer research. “Ridin’ to a Cure” is a Harley Owners Group event that Hupy and Abraham has sponsored since 2006 to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. This event has significantly grown in its 20-year history from its inaugural ride in 1994 to the most recent “Ridin’ to a Cure” event, bringing the total raised to almost $5,000,000.
Attorney Abraham is also a steering committee member of the Black-N-Blue Ball benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association, a lifetime member of ABATE of Wisconsin, and a member of ABATE of Iowa.
Hupy and Abraham has extensively sponsored motorcycle education and safety seminars for decades. The extremely successful “Watch for Motorcycles” campaign has reached over 10 million people through print publications, television, radio, bumper sticker promotions, airplane banners and the Internet.
Additionally, Hupy and Abraham supports:
- Local scholarships
- Feeding the hungry
- Medical funding and research
- Veterans affairs
- Crime solving and crime prevention
- And many others....
Our charitable efforts are just one of many things that distinguish us from other law firms. Please read below for more information on the work we have done to make an impact on our communities so far. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to partner with the firm.
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Legal Aid Society Celebrates 102 Years As one of the nation’s oldest public interest law firms, the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee has provided free legal services to Milwaukee’s most vulnerable residents since 1916.
Hupy and Abraham Breaks Fashion Rules at Make-A-Wish Wisconsin’s “Wear White for Wishes” Event The event was hosted by the Young Wishmakers of Wisconsin and sought to raise funds to send a 2 ½-year-old named Enoch to Walt Disney World Resort.
COA Celebrates Leadership and Love Each year, COA helps over 10,000 children and families at its 12 locations.
Year of the Child at Milwaukee Community Journal Brunch This year’s brunch honorees were among those in the Milwaukee community that have dedicated their lives toward bettering the experiences of local children
Centro Legal Event Raises Funds for Low-Cost Legal Services As a legal nonprofit, Centro Legal offers fee and low-cost legal services as a pathway to a better life for those that need it.
“Be the Light” Event Focused on Stories of Courage and Strength Wisconsin’s largest nonprofit provider of domestic violence prevention and intervention services, Sojourner Family Peace Center serves nearly 10,000 each year.
Celebrating Innovative Future at Grateful Plate 2018 Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin now feeds nearly 400,000 people each year, as the leading hunger relief organization in the state.
The American Family Children’s Hospital Radiothon Hupy and Abraham, S.C. Partner Chad Kreblin was on the air over the radio to support the American Family Children’s Hospital Radiothon in Madison, Wisconsin.
KidShare 2018: Every Child Shines The funds raised at KidShare go directly toward the JCC’s programs.
Donation Victim from Michael Hupy Gets Settlement After being conned by a man who claimed to be her property manager, Alishia Evans was removed from the home that she believed to be renting at gunpoint.