At Kindrachuk Dobson, we take pride in being an integral part of the community in which we work. Marty, Stephanie, and the staff are all committed to working with various non-profit organizations to ensure their sustainability. We believe that through active involvement in the the non-profit sector, we can help to make Lloydminster a better place to work and to live.
Our Committment to Sports
Marty has been actively involved in the Lloydminster Bobcats Junior “A” Hockey Club for many years. He has assisted primarily in fundraising efforts for this non-profit organization, including doing a lot of the behind-the-scenes work for both the online auction every year in February, and the 1st annual “Evening of Champions” gala in September 2008. In addition to Marty’s Bobcats involvement, he coached minor hockey for many years.
Our Committment to the Non-Profit Sector
Marty has been actively involved in the Lloydminster & District United Way as Past-President.
When Lloydminster decided to build a brand new multiplex facility at the south end of Lloydminster, a number of community leaders came together to make this dream a reality for the citizens of Lloydminster. Marty was proud to be a member of the Multiplex Steering Committee through the initial planning and fundraising stages…
Stephanie has been actively involved in the Rotary Club of Lloydminster since her relocation to Lloydminster in September of 2006. As a member of the Rotary Club, Stephanie has helped to found the Rotaract Club of Lloydminster, a Rotary club for young adults aged 18-30. Stephanie is a Past-President of the Rotaract Club of Richmond, British Columbia. Stephanie was excited to bring her knowledge of Rotaract to Lloydminster to encourage the up-and-comers of Lloydminster to engage in community & international service from a young age.
Stephanie also enjoys bringing her energy and ideas to the table as the Vice-Chair of the Board of the Lloydminster Interval Home Society. Stephanie is truly inspired by the committment and dedication of the staff and management of the organization in making a difference in the lives of abused women and children.
Our Committment to Access to Legal Services
Both Marty and Stephanie strive to ensure that legal representation remains available to all members of our community and beyond. They have both been members of the Legal Aid of Alberta roster, and continue to do pro bono work for members of the community in need.
Our Committment to Education
Marty and Stephanie are involved in assisting the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School Tech Prep Committee, giving presentations to high school students and mentoring the students to expand their knowledge about a career in the legal profession.
Stephanie has worked conscientiously to expand awareness for Family Mediation and the Collaborative Family Law Process, dispute resolution process primarily for divorce and custody cases whereby parties work together to move beyond conflict in a civilized, respectful, and cost-effective manner which puts children and relationships first. Stephanie believes that if professionals and community members are aware of alternatives to the traditional court battle which infuses so many separation and divorce matters, they would be willing to engage in these processes.
Stephanie has written numerous educational articles about common divorce, mediation and other family law topics.