Community Involvement in Columbia, MO
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
— Winston Churchill
At the Law Office of Mike Campbell, we fully believe in giving back to our community. Beyond our advocacy for safety in our local community, we encourage each member of the firm to get involved with not-for-profits and community outreach programs.
As a firm, we are also big believers in supporting local businesses and activities. We regularly promote local businesses on our social media feeds. You can see firm founder Mike Campbell at a number of community events around the Centralia or Columbia area, including fall festivals and Holiday events.
Missouri Symphony Society
Mike currently serves as the Development Chair for the Missouri Symphony, where he works to raise contributions and awareness for arts in the local community. The Missouri Symphony is a local “not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and engage diverse audiences through exceptional performances of symphonic music and to educate and mentor young performers.”
Part of the Missouri Symphony’s focus is on its youth education program, the “Missouri Symphony Conservatory”. The Conservatory was founded in 2007 to train, educate, and mentor young musicians in the mid-Missouri area. The Conservatory consists of a Children’s Chorus and two orchestra ensembles: Junior Strings (grades 3-8) and Chamber Players (grades 8-12).
Phoenix Health Programs
Mike is a former member of the Executive Board for Phoenix Health Programs, Inc., a non-profit treatment center for drug addiction and alcohol abuse in Columbia, MO. Phoenix Health Programs has been a leader in the Mid-Missouri area for over forty years in assisting individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol abuse.
International Order of Odd-Fellows, Lodge No. 203
Mike is also actively involved in Odd Fellows Lodge in Columbia, MO, recently serving as Noble Grand for the local lodge. The Odd Fellows have a deep history of charitable work in the community throughout the world. Dating back to the 18th century, the Odd Fellows provided charitable works to members in their community, particularly at a time when there was no other means of assistance to provide help.
Part of the Motto of the Odd Fellows is to “work with others to build a better world” and to this day, Odd Fellows across the world continue to carry out their duty “to visit the sick, relieve the distressed, bury the dead and educate the orphan”.
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Mike currently serves as a group leader and teacher for adult education at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Centralia, Missouri.