“…we all have an obligation as citizens of this earth to leave the world a healthier, cleaner, and better place for our children and future generations.”
~ Blythe Danner
The Eiden & Hatfield team strives not only to provide outstanding legal services, but also strives to be upstanding community members. Our team is active in a variety of organizations throughout the community including Rotary, Mind Over Matter (M.O.M.), Inc., Junior Achievement, the Chamber of Commerce, Stepping Stones of Dunn County, the Bridge to Hope and United Way. Eiden & Hatfield is also a member of the Adopt a Highway program, which allows the E & H team the opportunity to clean our local highway throughout the year and often volunteers at activities such as Feed My Starving Children and the Get it Dunn Run.
Menomonie Rotary: Two goals of the Menomonie Rotary are to provide service to the community and grow good citizens. “Service Above Self” ensures that the members of rotary become better citizen through personal and professional development. For more information on Menomonie Rotary click here.
Mind Over Matter (M.O.M.): M.O.M. was established as a non-profit organization with a purpose to encourage “personal wellness” and “community betterment.” M.O.M. encourages participation in running races & other fitness events in commemoration of Kathleen Fisher’s memory and spirit. In an effort to serve the community and “pay it forward,” M.O.M. gives back through the Kathleen Fisher Memorial Scholarship and our Community Outreach funds. For more information on M.O.M. click here.
Junior Achievement: Junior Achievement is an organization that strives to inspire and prepare local youth for success. Junior Achievement provides in-school and after-school programs to students with a focus on entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness. For more information on Junior Achievement click here.
Stepping Stones of Dunn County: Stepping Stones is a non-profit organization that’s mission to prevent hunger, homelessness and isolation in the region. Stepping Stones is comprised of three programs, The Food Pantry, Stepping Stones Shelters and the Community Connections Program. The impact of Stepping Stones is felt throughout the region, with over 1.2 million pounds of food distributed in 2014. For more information on Stepping Stones of Dunn County click here.
The Bridge to Hope: Bridge to Hope is a non-profit organization that provides assistance through advocacy, education and support to victims of domestic violence. In addition to providing temporary shelter to abuse victims, Bridge to Hope partners with local law enforcement agencies to ensure victims of abuse are aware of its services and available resources. For more information on The Bridge to Hope click here.
United Way: The United Way focuses on education, financial stability and health in order to assist individuals in reaching their greatest potential. The United Way strives to meet its goals by providing mentoring for the local youth, literary programs, health and financial education and assistance with basic needs. For more information on United Way click here.