SiebenCarey is not only committed to our clients, but also to the community in which we live in and work.
We strive to make a difference in the community by encouraging our lawyers and staff to participate in community activities, including volunteering with legal service, social service, educational, civic, religious and other community organizations.
SiebenCarey is a proud supporter of the following organizations:
- Minnesota Military Family Foundation
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Disabled American Veterans of MN (DAV of MN)
- Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly
- Camp Buckskin, a learning facility for challenged youth
- Family Focus, a non-profit foster care agency
- University of Minnesota Center for Autoimmune Diseases Research
- Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
- Achieve Services Inc., Training and Habilitation Agency
- League of Women’s Voters
- United Way
- Volunteer Lawyers Network
- Minnesota AFL-CIO
- Starbase Minnesota
- Tubman - Family Crisis & Support Services
- PAVSA, the Program for Aid to victims of Sexual Assault
- and many more…
Making a difference in the local community is an essential part of life at SiebenCarey and we believe that successful lawyers are involved in community service activities.
We make significant contributions, both through direct donations and through the volunteer efforts of our attorneys and staff.
Minnesota Military Family Foundation is a community-supported charitable foundation formed in November 2004. SiebenCarey has been a "founding sponsor" for annual corporate golf events since they began in 2010. The money raised by these events goes directly to the MMFF and 90% of those funds go to Minnesota military families.
SiebenCarey honored with ‘Above and Beyond’ award by Department of Defense - selected for exemplary support of its employees who serve in the National Guard or Army Reserve. Firm Administrator Cheryl Johnson was also individually recognized and presented with the Patriot Award.
Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project - Shannon Carey has been a Board Member since 2013. SiebenCarey is a sponsor for the Journey of Hope Benefit.
End Distracted Driving - Art Kosieradzki is an active member of this cause and spends hours every year speaking to groups and high school student about the dangers of distracted driving in an effort to stop distracted driving. Art founded Yes I Will, a Lakeville student group working with SiebenCarey and the Lakeville Police Department to help stop distracted driving.
Achieve Services, Inc. - Susan Holden is chair of Achieve Service’s Board of Directors and has served on the board since 2006. Achieve Service is a non-profit training and habilitation program serving adults with developmental disabilities.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - Paul Downes coordinates volunteers from SiebenCarey, family and friends to walk in the annual Race to Cure Juvenile Diabetes to raise money for the cause dedicated to find a cure for juvenile diabetes. Team Ryan’s Renegades!
Duluth AFL-CIO Labor Day picnic in Bayfront Park. Tony Rubin, along with his father and other political friends sing at the annual celebration which celebrates the labor movement and the contributions it has made to the American lifestyle.
The Fight Back Project - Founded by Angela Champagne-From after she survived a brutal attack. This Minnesota based non-profit organization's goals are to educate and empower women and children to fight back. Angela speaks at seminars, schools, and at community education groups.
YMCA - Michael Scully was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Award from the St. Paul YMCA Chapter in 2009. This award is granted for consistent and extraordinary leadership in community service. Mike serves on the Board of Directors. Jane Christensen was the recipient of this award in 2013.