A 20 Year Commitment to the YMCA Black Achievers Program

Written by admin   // August 20, 2012   // Comments Off

Hupy and Abraham , S.C. Proudly Supports its 20th Black Achiever

Hupy and Abraham , S.C. proudly supported the YMCA Black Achievers Celebration Breakfast held on Thursday August 16th, 2012 at the Hilton City Center . The law firm has been committed to supporting the Black Achievers program for 20 years.

The Black Achievers Celebration Breakfast recognized the past achievers, awarding “Achievers of the Year” and inducted in the new 2012-2013 adult Black Achievers class. This year’s symbol, BOA ME NA ME MMOA WO, which means “Help me and let me help you,” has been chosen to represent the theme, and how collaboration can strengthen the Black Achievers program and the community in which we live.

For more than three decades, the YMCA Black Achievers program has been changing the lives of teens and adults. The program is designed for academic achievement and career development of high school youth and teens of color. It also supports adults striving to become successful while helping the community. It is because of the collaboration between dedicated corporate sponsors, the many volunteer adult achievers, and the Milwaukee community that this program continues to succeed.

Hupy and Abraham , S.C. is proud to announce Veraunica Ruffin as the firm’s Black Achiever for 2012-201. Ruffin is currently the Executive Director for the Wisconsin Youth Company After School Program. Her many accomplishments have led her to successfully help children throughout Waukesha County .

Hupy and Abraham , S.C. supports YMCA Black Achievers and the tremendous role it plays in the success of teens and adults in the community. The YMCA Black Achievers Program is just one of the organizations the law firm supports. In 2011, the firm donated over $150,000 to more than 100 organizations.







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