Community Involvement
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Community Involvement

Nicolet Law Office, S.C., is more than just a law firm; it’s a part of the community. We are proud to live and work in the places we serve and to help our friends, neighbors and fellow community members with their legal needs.

Our commitment to the community goes beyond our legal practice. We are routinely involved in local initiatives and activities that focus on a wide range of causes and goals. Examples of this involvement are highlighted below.

February 2020

Nicolet Law Office, S.C., Announces $2,500 College Scholarship Video Essay Contest

December 2019

Donated toys to Organization HELP 2019

Donated to the Hudson Christmas Light Project 2019

July 2019

Northland 300 Border Battle Golf Tournament. This event benefits Special Olympics.




Donated To Feed My People In 2018 And 2019


2017 (All Year)

We’re celebrating our 10th year in business by giving $10,000 to charitable organizations in the communities we serve. Learn more about this initiative, and consider getting involved in your community today!

September 2017

Nicolet Law Office, S.C., is once again proud to be a sponsor of the Chippewa Valley Footslog!

November 2016 (And Ongoing) – Wills For Heroes

Attorney John Foss is a member of the Wills for Heroes program, where lawyers volunteer their time to help first responders (and their spouses) create wills and other estate planning documents. This program is designed to make sure that emergency personnel who are out there helping others in a crisis have access to important estate planning tools.

Recently, John participated in a Wills for Heroes event at the Hudson Police Department. Throughout the year, he continues to volunteer his time to this organization and the first responders it helps.

Learn more at the State Bar of Wisconsin’s program overview page.

October 2016 – Chippewa Valley Footslog

Nicolet Law Office, S.C., was a Gold Level Sponsor for the first ever Chippewa Valley Footslog. Proceeds from the event benefit the Chippewa Valley Montessori School in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Pictures from the event below!



September 2015 – Walk To End Alzheimer’s (Eau Claire)

The Nicolet Law Office, S.C., team joined with 42 other teams to build awareness and raise funds for Alzheimer’s research and care. Our team raised nearly $500 for this great cause.



Getting Involved

If you would like to become more active in the community and help us make the places that we live and work even better, please consider checking out the following resources:


  • Volunteer Match
  • Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Hudson Hospital & Clinic volunteer program

Eau Claire

  • City of Eau Claire – Volunteer Connection
  • Eau Claire Community Foundation
  • Volunteer Match


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