COA Night with the Stars Article

Saturday, April 9, 2022, COA Youth and Family Centers held its annual “Night with the Stars” Gala at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center. The event is put on every year to celebrate outstanding students, COA staff and other people that help make the community a better place. Hupy and Abraham employees and their guests attended the event. The firm was proud to be the gala’s “Rising Star” sponsor, as it has been for many years in the past.

Hupy and Abraham Sponsors COA

COA is an organization that gives back to the community with programs for early childhood development, youth activities and families across Milwaukee. Every year, this event is held as a fundraiser to help COA run their programs and support the over 10,000 children they work with. With a night filled with silent and live auctions, raffles, prizes, dinner and more, the evening was a great success, raising over $240,000 to help children and families in the local community.

COA Night with the Stars

Several members of the community and COA staff were given awards throughout the night. The “Rising Star” award, which is sponsored by Hupy and Abraham, was given to Jayden Bandy. Jayden was a student with COA who attended the organization’s summer camp and then came back when he was older to work for COA as a counselor to help children in need at the same camp.


Hupy and Abraham is proud to support COA, and outstanding community members like Jayden, who work to help those who need it most. Attorney Michael Hupy, President of Hupy and Abraham, has been a proud supporter of COA for many years. Attorney Hupy has served on the board of directors for COA and has also been honored as one of COA’s Parents of the Year with his wife Suzanne. Hupy and Abraham also supports many of the other events COA puts on throughout the year, including their Skyline Music Series.

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