The personal injury law firm of Hupy and Abraham is proud to announce that it has been placed on the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Corporate Charitable Contributors in Wisconsin list.
This ranking was determined through a company-submitted survey that compiled 2018 cash contributions made throughout Wisconsin, and was unveiled at the Corporate Citizenship Summit on September 27, 2019.
“We are honored to be in the company of such large and influential businesses that service the people of this great state,” Managing Partner Attorney Jason Abraham shared his sentiments expressing gratitude for this placement.
“Many of Hupy and Abraham’s initiatives include engaging employees while connecting to the community and we are so proud to be recognized at this intersection of business and corporate citizenship.”
Hupy and Abraham has given more than $1 million to over a thousand worthwhile organizations. In 2019 as part of the firm’s 50th anniversary celebration, a special donation was given to Camp Hometown Heroes after a community poll selected the nonprofit.
In addition to monetary donations, the amount of volunteer hours completed by employees were included on the list. Hupy and Abraham’s employee participation landed the firm in the Top 15 for volunteering, despite being the third smallest company listed.
Hupy and Abraham will continue to uphold its standards to provide superior service and results for its clients and giving back with those successes.