The family law attorneys at Ward Potter LLC, share a passion for community service. Each attorney spends time outside of the office serving individuals and organizations in and around the Wichita community. Previous community service projects include leading a mentorship project with Hamilton Middle School. In 2012, Ward Potter (previously Ward Law Offices, LLC), was honored with the Wichita Public Schools Board of Education Good Apple Award for excellence in service to students. In addition to their collective community service work, each attorney at Ward Potter serves in various ways individually in Wichita and across Kansas.
Below is a sampling of some of the organizations our attorneys and staff work with to improve our community and help the people in our community in need of not only legal services but help in other areas of life.
Starting on July 1, 2020 and continuing for 40 days Ward Potter will be highlighting the things that make our community such a great place to live and raise a family. We want to share with you the small businesses, non-profits, and little-known treasures that we think are the secret to our strong and vibrant community. So, we hope you will join us on this adventure we call 40 OVER 40 – Forty Highlights Over Forty Days. We will take a day of rest on Sunday but Monday through Saturday you can expect to learn a little bit about this wonderful place we call Wichita. Be sure to follow/like us on all our social media platforms. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedInThis is a block of text.
The 3rd Annual Show Pride in Your Ride Car Show was an unforgettable evening! With the support of our guests and donors we raised over $2400 for OK Elementary School and Black Traditional Elementary! Special thanks to the following businesses who donated wonderful items for the raffle or provided support of our event: Hereford House, Plastic Surgery Center, Hall’s Culligan, South Central Kansas Mustang Club, Joe’s Car Wash, USD 259, Big Tool Store, and Janet Evans.