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"Your support makes a real impact, and we couldn’t be more grateful."
Dear Hupy and Abraham, S.C., Thank you for your generous gift to the Wisconsin Humane Society. Your support makes a real impact, and we couldn’t be more grateful. Because of you, we now have three campuses across southeastern Wisconsin, and impact the lives of more than 24,000 animals annually. Because of you, we are able to provide temporary shelter for animals living in domestic violence situations. Because of you, we can provide 500 free spay/neuter surgeries annually to one of Milwaukee’s most impoverished communities. Because of you, our growing humane education programs serve more than 8,000 children every year, planting the seeds for a more humane community in the future. We don’t receive any general government funding and we are not an affiliate of any of the national animal welfare organizations. We are dependent upon the local community to fund all of our lifesaving services. That’s you. And you couldn’t be a better friend to the Wisconsin Humane Society. We pledge to you that we will work tirelessly to continue to create a legacy for animals of which you can be deeply proud. Thank you for everything. With gratitude, Anne Reed Wisconsin Humane Society
"I really appreciate the opportunity I was given."
Mr. Hupy, Thank you for sponsoring me to play for the Wisconsin All Stars this summer. It was a great experience and got seen by a lot of college coaches. I really appreciate the opportunity I was given. Devin T.
"That money will go a long way in spreading awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer.."
Dear Michael, On behalf of The Annual Ride for Hope Ovarian Cancer Awareness Survivors, Volunteers and Committees, I would like to thank you for your kind and generous support. Your donation helped us reach our goal for 2017. We will be donating $30,000 to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. That money will go a long way in spreading awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer even more than we did July 30! I am sure we are saving lives—and that is what it’s all about! Over 500 people attended our 2017 event, including over 300 bikers – all enjoying a beautiful day with great food, wonderful live music and a vast array of auction items. But more importantly, we were all there to SUPPORT AWARENESS of the early symptoms of ovarian cancer. There are no tests to detect ovarian cancer. This is the reason we wholeheartedly support the NOCC. They work tirelessly to spread the importance of education and awareness of the early symptoms of ovarian cancer. NOCC also provides information to assist the newly diagnosed patient, provides hope to survivors and support to caregivers. Ride for Hope is so very grateful to have you as a partner to continue to spread knowledge and awareness of this deadly disease. Thank you again for your generous support. With gratitude, JuliAnne Scully President Ride for Hope
"We raised enough money to send 220 impoverished children to high school in September!"
Dear Jason, The James Arthur Albert Foundation gratefully acknowledges your generous contribution at our June 22, 2017 Books and Bricks for Belize fundraising event. It was a great night. We brought over 300 people together, and we raised over $90,000! We could not have done it without you. We raised enough money to send 220 impoverished children to high school in September! We are also awarding our first 20 university scholarships. And, we are constructing two new high school classrooms that will be finished by the start of classes in September. Our Foundation is run by lawyers and business people here in Iowa and Minnesota who volunteer their time. None of the money raised is spent for salaries for those of us who run this Foundation. And in Belize, we pend the contributions we receive with accountability few can match. We are giving three of our new university scholarships to three students we put through high school—Adelina Tush, Leon Chub and Henry Teck. Adeline just graduated #33 in her class. Leon was #2. Henry was the valedictorian. Henry is now going to University to become a nurse, and then he is going to return to his village of San Benito Poite as the first health care professional they have ever had. Those students would never have seen the inside of a high school without us. Multiply that by hundreds of children who now will have educations and a chance in life. Because of Americans. Thank you sincerely for your contribution. James A. Albert Professor of Law Foundation President
"Your financial support allows us to resolve legal obstacles for people who are in transition, moving from poverty to independence, self-sufficiency and financial stability. "
Dear Hupy and Abraham, Thank you for supporting Centro Legal by sponsoring our LeGala, hosted on June 22,2017, at Discovery World. For the very first year (of many, we hope!), we raised over $100,000 while hosting 300 people, and we deeply appreciate your help in making the event a success. As you know, Centro Legal is a non-profit law firm, and we provide free and nearly free legal services primarily in the family law area to over 1,500 people annually. Your financial support allows us to resolve legal obstacles for people who are in transition, moving from poverty to independence, self-sufficiency and financial stability. Our focus is to provide legal services that can help out clients create a safe, stable and healthy family environment, leading to brighter futures for our clients and their children. Throughout all out programs, we work with many other organizations, such as the Sojourner Family Peace Center, UMOS’ Latina Resource Center and the Hmong American Women’s Association, so that our clients can make permanent changes to improve their lives. Your generosity allows us to continue our important work in Milwaukee. Thank you for your commitment to improving the lives of Milwaukee families. Sincerely, Nicole Renouard Executive Director
"..You helped make it possible through your generosity and commitment.."
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Hupy: We missed you at the recent dedication of the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts. It was a great day for Northwestern’s theater community, and you helped make it possible through your generosity and commitment to the Maxine Hupy ’11 and Rexy Hupy ’13 Performing Arts Practice Room. I send all good wishes to you and your family for an enjoyable summer. Best regards, Morton Schapiro President and Professor
"You have demonstrated your belief that we can create peace in our community. "
Hupy and Abraham, Your generous purchase of an individual seat to our recent Sojourner Fashion Show 2017 provides crisis housing, system advocacy, and individual support to women and their children impacted by domestic violence. You are helping women, men and children transform their lives. Thank you! You have demonstrated your belief that we can create peace in our community. We value the trust you have placed in us and we assure you that Sojourner is leading the effort to eliminate violence in our community. We remain grateful for your partnership and we look forward to sharing our successes with you. Gratefully, Carmen Pitre President and Chief Executive Officer
"Your generosity supports research breakthroughs across diseases; caring for individuals from day one, and empowering families with services and support in hometowns across America."
Dear Jason, Thank you for supporting the 2017 Black-N-Blue Ball, held on May 19th at the Wisconsin Center. Once again, an impressive crowd of over 1,300, clad in black leather and blue denim, came together to raise over $1 million that will support local families and give kids the best week of the year at MDA Summer Camp. All funds raised through the Black-N-Blue Ball directly benefit the mission of the Muscular Dystrophy Association to care, cure and champion for those living with muscle disease. The Muscular Dystrophy Association is leading the fight to free individuals – and the families who love them – from the harm of muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle debilitating diseases that take away physical strength, independence and life. Your generosity supports research breakthroughs across diseases; caring for individuals from day one, and empowering families with services and support in hometowns across America. On behalf of all those served by MDA, we thank you again for your support. With Regards, Jenna Renno Director of Business Development Lyndsey Malek Fundraising Coordinator
"Your thoughtfulness means a great deal to them"
Dear Mike, I want to send a note of special thanks for your five-year commitment to support a Public Interest Law Society fellowship at the Milwaukee Justice Center. Our PILS students are a committed cohort of young women and men who have taken to heart the Law School’s famous credo to “do well and do good.” Your thoughtfulness means a great deal to them, as it does to me. I’m happy to thank you on their behalf – and they especially on behalf of the underrepresented population they will serve. Best wishes to you, Suzanne and your colleagues. Sincerely, Michael R. Lovell President Marquette University
Once again, you have stepped up to help our community. We’re very grateful.
Dear Mike, On behalf of Deans Kearney and Schultz, many thanks for your generous commitment to fund the Michael F. Hupy Fellowship at the Milwaukee Justice Center for the coming five years. Once again, you have stepped up to help our community. We’re very grateful. John Novotny Director of Law School Advancement Marquette University Law School