Posted on Oct 19, 2016

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On October 7, 2016, the Milwaukee Business Journal held its inaugural “Corporate Citizenship Summit,” which aimed to provide the local business community with information about corporate philanthropy and other ways that companies can serve their communities. The summit also gave instructions and suggestions for how businesses can expand their corporate giving programs and how to best proceed with a new strategy in place.

Several Wisconsin companies were mentioned during the event for their service over the past year, and Hupy and Abraham, S.C. held its place alongside many large business entities. The Business Journal compiled a list of the top 30 largest corporate charitable contributors in the state and Hupy and Abraham ranked as No. 26.

Hupy and Abraham, S.C. President Michael Hupy has been a champion and staunch supporter of giving back to the community. “This is a great honor because there are many large corporations like Harley-Davidson and BMO Harris and we were No. 26,” said Attorney Hupy.

The personal injury firm has always believed in doing well by doing good – which goes beyond the courtroom. The firm has given more than $500,000 to over 250 worthwhile organizations in the past three years alone.

In addition to giving to legal organizations, the firm has been deeply involved with the motorcycle community, local educational efforts and support for many groups that focus on medical research and improvement. The number of organizations impacted by these contributions is innumerable, and Hupy and Abraham will continue to support these causes for many years to come.




Jill Erin Wellskopf
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