Kemp Klein is Sponsoring the 2024 Annual Oakland County Bar Foundation's Fellows Reception
The Fellows Reception honors those who support the charitable works of the OCBF. Membership in the Fellows program is evidence of professional distinction and constitutes a professional honor. The number of Fellows is limited to less than 10 percent of the total active membership of the State Bar of Michigan who practice in Oakland County. In order to become a Fellow, you must be nominated by a current OCBF Fellow. This is an invitation-only free event for members of the OCBF Fellows program.
Kemp Klein Attorneys who are OCBF Fellows:
Amy Stawski – Life Fellow
Amanda Martin – Fellow
Thomas Trainer – Life Fellow
Stavroula Varlamos – Fellow
Robert Zawideh – Life Fellow
C. Leslie Banas – Life Fellow
Cynthia Brazzil – Life Fellow
Ralph Castelli – Life Fellow
Earle Endelman – Life Fellow
Brian Jenney – Life Fellow
Brian Rolfe – Philanthropist Fellow
The Event takes place Monday January 22, 2024, at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, MI.
For more information about the Oakland County Bar Foundation: https://www.ocba.org/?pg=ocbf
Kemp Klein Supported Oakland Literacy Council's Annual Ex Libris Event
Kemp Klein recently sponsored Oakland Literacy Council’s Annual Ex Libris Event. This fundraising event benefits adult literacy by funding new tutors, providing curriculum and technology for learners. Kemp Klein believes that literacy is vital, and in alignment with that belief, the Kemp Klein Foundation has supported Oakland Literacy Council for 29 years.
For over 37 years, the Oakland Literacy Council has enabled adult students to achieve individual literacy goals through a partnership with trained volunteer tutors. They serve native-English speaking adults who need basic reading, writing, and math skills, and foreign-born adults who need English reading, writing, or conversation skills.
Learn more about Oakland Literacy Council: https://www.oaklandliteracy.com/
Learn more about The Kemp Klein Foundation: https://kkue.com/community_involvement/
Sydney McMillan Supports Stage Nature Centers Nature Uncorked Annual Fundraiser
On behalf of The Kemp Klein Foundation, Sydney McMillan is supporting Stage Nature Centers Nature Uncorked Annual Fundraiser.
The City of Troy’s nature center is operated by the Troy Nature Society, a nonprofit organization that raises funds to support the programs and outdoor activities offered at the Stage Nature Center. This popular 100-acre nature preserve with two miles of walking trails and its large interpretive building are dedicated to the education of the community about the natural world. All proceeds from the event help underwrite the educational nature programs and operations of the nature center.
Nature Uncorked takes place at the Troy Community Center on Friday, November 10th, from 6-9pm.
The mission of the Kemp Klein Foundation is to provide support to charitable organizations and to promote volunteerism throughout the firm and community. The Kemp Klein Foundation is funded via proceeds from our casual Friday donations and contributions from the firm. Since its inception, the Foundation has contributed over $1,000,000 to hundreds of worthwhile causes which reflect our shared values.
For more information about this event visit: https://troynaturesociety.org/
For more information about The Kemp Klein Foundation visit: https://kkue.com/community_involvement/
Edward Nahhat visits Clawson Middle School's Plan for Success Class
Kemp Klein Attorney Edward Nahhat recently visited Clawson Middle School’s Plan for Success Class and shared the story of how he is able to find a way to keep his passions as part of his life. He shared his dream of bringing outdoor theatre to his community, and twenty-some years later, Shakespeare Royal Oak is still going strong at Starr Park each summer.
Everyone from the class wrote him this kind letter.
We are proud of the commitment our team has to community involvement.
Learn more about Mr. Nahhat: https://kkue.com/edward-m-nahhat/