Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Bill Kaiser has recently been elected to serve as president of the Dubois County Community Foundation’s board of directors for a one-year term. The Dubois County Community Foundation is a public charitable foundation serving Dubois County in southwestern Indiana. Prior to being named president, Kaiser served the Foundation as a board member and legal counsel for seven years.
“We are proud to see Bill elected president of the board of directors for this foundation,” said Tobin McClamroch, Co-Chairman of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. “His professionalism and practice, as well as his commitment to the Jasper and Dubois County communities, will serve him well in this role.”
The Community Foundation exists to build a culture of giving and improve the quality of life in Dubois County. In 2012, $425,000 in grants were distributed to organizations such as Survivors of Suicide for Dubois County for suicide prevention certification for trainers, A Kid’s Place for a summer camp program, and Dubois County Special Olympics to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in the Indiana Special Olympic Summer Games in Terre Haute.
“I have great appreciation for Bill’s willingness to lead the Community Foundation forward. His experience and leadership will help further the Foundation’s mission as we strive to be more focused, responsive and engaged in our community’s philanthropy,” said Brad Ward, CEO of the Dubois County Community Foundation. “With his energy and passion, Bill will assure our Community Foundation continues to serve as a catalyst for change. As a donor and volunteer board chair, he will be a leading example of the difference one can make.”
Kaiser is actively involved in the Dubois County community. He has served as legal counsel or on the board of numerous local and regional organizations, including the Redevelop Old Jasper Action Committee, Dubois Strong and the Finance Council for the Diocese of Evansville. In his practice, Kaiser has extensive experience in the areas of corporate law and real estate, zoning and planning, land use, and environmental law. He is also experienced in serving a wide range of business clients, from large manufacturing concerns to entrepreneurs. Additionally, he provides pro bono assistance for various local nonprofit and youth organizations, including Survivors of Suicide; Strings, Inc.; Foundation of Hope; Peers Educating Peers; and Step Ahead Council.
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Dubois County Community Foundation is a public charitable foundation that supports donors in their charitable giving and awards grants to effective nonprofit organizations serving Dubois County. The Foundation’s goal is to connect community members with the needs they care about most and empower them to make a difference in Dubois County through philanthropy. For more information, visit http://www.dccommunityfoundation.org or call 812-482-5295.