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"Thank you for sponsoring The Iron Angels, the first all-girls team competing in the BUILD Moto program!"
Hupy and Abraham, Thank you for sponsoring The Iron Angels, the first all-girls team competing in the BUILD Moto program! BUILD Moto is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to pairing teams of high school students with bike-building mentors in a collective effort to learn valuable life and interpersonal skills while working on motorcycles. The organization was founded by The Iron Horse Hotel in 2011. During the 2018 BUILD season, from January to June, nine teams were given the objective to transform a “barn find” motorcycle into an AMA qualified racer! All the teams started the season learning about basic motorcycle and mechanical skills, then tore the bike down, redesigned it, rebuilt it, and raced it in the American Flat Track motorcycle races at Beaver Cycle Club. Each team was also required to fundraise a certain dollar amount during the season. This money is put back into the BUILD program to fund future teams. Through this experience, the students learned about basic STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts, were able to practice general program management to meet timing and financial goals, and learned how social media is an effective tool for business purposes. This was an amazing challenge for The Iron Angels since 2018 was our inaugural year. However, we are proud to take home 3rd place overall in the competition! We also won awards for Best Social Media, People’s Choice, and Judges’ Choice. The overall results consisted of many different components including: the first design sketch submission, progress videos and board member visits, Milwaukee motorcycle events (including Mama Tried, Flat Out Friday, Iron Horse Bike Night, and Brewtown Rumble) a team visit to MATC’s machine shop, a dyno challenge, budget management and submission, a technical pit challenge, and of course the race. Our 2018 team consisted of 7 high school girls ranging from 14-18 and 7 adult women mentors from the local motorcycle community. It was so inspiring to see the students’ confidence grow over the course of our build, both in their technical abilities and their personal lives. We could not have accomplished this without your support and encouragement and would like to sincerely thank you! Iron Angels BUILD
"I knew from the moment I called I was in good hands."
I knew from the moment I called I was in good hands. I’m always treated with the same respect, big case or small. Thank you so much!C. Bradley
"I enjoyed the frequent updates to my case."
Overall, I'd recommend them to friends and family and if anything ever comes up in the future. I'll be sure to use them again as they're a fantastic law firm with staff that actually care about the client and not the amount of money they'll be making on the case. Very straight forward and easy to work with and I enjoyed the frequent updates to my case.B. Supianowski
"Your firm’s donation directly contributed to the success of this important event and the continued work of the Milwaukee Justice Center."
Dear Attorney Hupy, On behalf of the Milwaukee Justice Center and the Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation, I thank you for supporting the 8th Annual Milwaukee Justice Center Run/Walk for Justice. Your firm’s donation directly contributed to the success of this important event and the continued work of the Milwaukee Justice Center. With your involvement, we achieved our goal, raising over $13,000 for the Milwaukee Justice Center’s progams offering assistance to low-income, self-represented litigants in Milwaukee County. This year, over 300 people registered for the Run/Walk for Justice and enjoyed the brief break in our recently rainy weather for a beautiful night at the Milwaukee lakefront. Hosting the largest registered crowd to date, the 2018 Run for Justice was a night of fellowship and fun in support of access to justice in our community. Thank you for being a part of our work. We could not do what we do without you! Gratefully, Mary L. Ferwerda Executive Director
"We extend our deepest thanks for helping to make this day special for these deserving honorees."
Dear Attorney Hupy, On behalf of COA Youth & Family Centers, thank you for your generous sponsorship of $5,000 for our 2018 Parents of the Year Luncheon. Since 1982, COA has paid tribute to individuals who strengthen our community through their professional and volunteer work, and through their success in one of the most important jobs of all – being great parents! This year, we are proud to honor Shannon & Jon Greenberg and Rhonda & Greg Oberland as COA’s Parents of the Year. We extend our deepest thanks for helping to make this day special for these deserving honorees. For 112 years, at COA family has always been at the heart of what we do. COA was founded in 1906 by a dynamic group of women who sought to provide families in poverty the tools to achieve self-sufficiency and raise healthy, successful children. Today, COA’s serves more than 10,000 children and families including our family-centered early child, youth and community development programs. Thank you so much for your generous support. Together, we can honor two great families, and help generations of Milwaukee children and families build new traditions of achievement, self-sufficiency and lifelong success! Sincerely, Thomas P. Schneider Executive Director
"Thank your for your generosity and your support of our veterans and their families."
Dear Friends at Hupy and Abraham, On behalf of the American Legion Auxiliary Waukesha County Council, thank you for your extremely generous donation in support of the “Walk, Run and Roll for our Veterans and their Families” event held on June 9, at Fowler Park in Oconomowoc. 73 registrants and 24 volunteers enjoyed the great weather and routes through Oconomowoc and then had refreshments, listened to the J Ryan Trio perform, applauded those runners who were awarded medals, and listened with anticipation as the raffle winners were drawn. Your contribution enabled us to donate $2300 to each of the following facilities: Dayton House in Kenosha, the Hoptel on the grounds of the Zablocki Administration Medical Center in Milwaukee, and Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin Tiny House Initiative. Nearly a century ago, our organization was founded in the spirit of Service Not Self. Our mission is to support the American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our service members, veterans and their families. We are proud to be the world’s largest patriotic service organization. Once again, thank your for your generosity and your support of our veterans and their families. For God and Country, Jill C. Gust Cheryl Jacobs 2018 “Walk, Run & Roll” Chairs
"You are empowering individuals and their children at a time when they feel powerless."
Dear Hupy and Abraham, Thank you for celebrating survivors and their stories of hope at Be the Light! This special evening was uplifting, inspiring, and a true testament of the incredible work happening at Sojourner Family Peace Center thanks to you. The compassion and support was palpable as the audience stood up, cheered and high-fived Megan, Monica, Champa, Michelle, Natalie and the Family Peace Center staff at they courageously walked the runway. Thank you for supporting these women and empowering them after they have overcome so much. We hope you and your guests felt closer to our mission and were able to understand the amazing work of Sojourner through the words of survivors. Because of you 11,346 clients received life-saving services, 79,190 contacts were made to those who were hurting, 570 women and men eliminated violence in their interpersonal relationships through our Beyond Abuse program, and 2,208 women and men recovered from violence through Family Advocacy Support Services. Thank you for letting survivors know that they are not alone. You are empowering individuals and their children at a time when they feel powerless. From our Sojourner Family to yours, thank you for being the light. With gratitude, Carmen Pitre President and CEO of Sojourner
"I didn’t feel like a burden. I didn’t feel like a number.”
They kept me very in the know about every aspect of the case. Attorney James Carlson was handling the case. He was very patient and understanding and made sure I completely understood everything. I felt like he really cared and felt welcome to call him with any questions. I didn’t feel like a burden. I didn’t feel like a number.S. Pearson
"Thank you again, we appreciate you!"
Thank you for helping make the 5th year of “Cruisin for Critters” a great success!! With your support we helped both the Dane, and Columbia County Humane Societies share the proceeds raised from your generous donation. We were also able to provide much needed assistance to the Poynette, Arlington, Dekorra food pantry. The Mystery Raffle again was a success, along with our other raffles and silent auction. Beautiful weather added the final touch to a fabulous day! Thank you again, we appreciate you! The members of Star Chapter 166 Columbia County Humane Society and Dane County Humane Society The Poynette, Arlington, and Dekorra, food pantry
"Your donation will support services for those diagnosed with MS and those who love and care for them."
Dear Friends at Hupy and Abraham, S.C.: “Understanding and ending MS can’t come fast enough.” That’s a statement I’m sure you believe in as much as anyone involved with the MS Movement. We know there are still more questions than answers where MS is concerned, but we also know that we’re at a pivotal moment in time where significant progress is being made and breakthrough solutions will change the world forever. Your donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter for the 2018 Walk MS: Cedarburg, will be part of that. It will help fund research focusing on the priority areas of progressive MS, nervous system repair, gene/environmental risk factors, and wellness and lifestyle. It will support services for those diagnosed with MS and those who love and care for them. All of that is especially important in a state such as Wisconsin that has one of the higher prevalent rates of MS in the nation. Thank you for your gift and your belief in the Society’s mission. Sincerely, Colleen G. Kalt President