Skip to Content

Safeguard Your Intellectual Property ®

Contributing to our community is important to the Partners and staff at St. Onge IP. We want to make a positive difference to our community, the arts, legal profession and to emerging entrepreneurs and innovators.

By giving back to the community, we not only help serve those in need but it also deepens our personal and professional skills, for the benefit of all our clients.

Our involvement in community activities energizes our firm and makes all of our effort truly worthwhile. Below are some of the projects we have been involved with:

  • The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County is a hunger-relief organization that provides groceries and meals to soup kitchens, food pantries, child care programs, homeless shelters, senior centers, domestic violence safe houses, and rehabilitation programs in our area. St. Onge IP Partners and staff collect and donate food for holiday food drives and volunteer their time unpacking food donations and stocking shelves at the Food Bank.
  • The Connecticut Invention Convention provides elementary, middle, and high school students of Connecticut with the opportunity to develop critical-thinking and creative problem-solving skills through invention and innovation. Over 15,000 students participate each year and present their inventions at local, regional, and statewide events. St. Onge IP has provided sponsorship to the organization and our attorneys have volunteered as judges at their events.
  • Tommie Cares Foundation is the charitable arm of Tommie Copper which St. Onge IP has supported various initiatives of over a number of years.
  • SCORE of Fairfield County helps small business owners and prospective owners to navigate the complexities of running a small business. Our attorneys have spoken at seminars and counseled participants in SCORE programs.