Hartman Global IP Gives Their Support to Community Organizations

Hartman Global IP Gives Their Support to Community Organizations
By: Kyle Hovanec Last Updated: March 25, 2016

Hartman Global Intellectual Property Law, the premier IP Law office for Northwest Indiana and beyond believes in the strength of community and the strength of ensuring those living in the community are successful.

Hartman Global IP owner Domenica Hartman along with the rest of the firm strongly believe in the power of giving back and are actively involved with two major organizations designed to help kids in need.

"We have done a lot a work with both PATH (Positive Approach to Teen Health) and Kids Alive International, two organizations that are a tremendous asset in helping children," says Hartman. "These are organizations that give so much to children of all ages."

PATH is a not-for-profit whose mission is to help teens throughout Northwest Indiana by providing them with knowledge on health, social interactions and positive life benefits.

"It's such a great organization for middle and high school age students," says Hartman. "We have a been a large supporter of them throughout the years and have always supported their efforts towards the community."

Kids Alive International is an organization whose mission is to help young children in need. Each child is treated as a specific case and helps children who are orphans, from broken families and those suffering from poverty.

"Kids Alive International provides so much to young children," says Hartman. They are such a wonderful group that gives so much to young children who need it the most."

Along with PATH and Kids Alive, Hartman Global IP has helped a variety of other organizations throughout the years through both volunteered personal time and services. For Hartman, having the opportunity to help organizations and causes that she cares about is one of the highlights of her time working at Hartman Global IP.

"We have also helped out a few churches over the years who have requested out help," says Hartman. "I was also a Girl Scout leader for 17 years and my husband has been serving on the Valparaiso Soccer board for 18 years. We both have served on the St. Paul Catholic School and Andrean High School boards as well."

For Hartman Global IP, serving the community is held in just as much high regard as the quality level of service and expertise they deliver to their clients.

"We truly enjoy working with all of these wonderful organizations," says Hartman. "They have given back in so many ways over the years and we will continue to support these organizations that do so many great things."

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