Community Service


Stephanie loves to take part in something that is much bigger than herself.  As a volunteer of Guide Dogs for the Blind, she trains puppies to be guide dogs.  Being able to give a gift of freedom and security to a vision impaired person is priceless.

In the spirit of making a difference, one person at a time, Stephanie has designed a Random Acts of Kindness package that she regularly gives to kids and adults that she does not know and expect nothing back.  This is her way of spreading the kindness message which is prompted by a family member’s attempted suicide due to bullying.  She believes that when people receive kindness, their uplifted state of mind will prevent them from saying mean things to hurt others.  Stephanie welcomes anyone who likes to join her in spreading the kindness message with the package that she designed.  She believes that small acts when multiplied by millions can change the world.  Please email her for details, get these packages at cost and help spread the kindness message.

Stephanie has actively involved in many non-profit organizations.  Below is the list of non-profit organizations that Stephanie personally supports: 

Washington State Bar Association – International Practice Session

Washington State Bar Association – Animal Law Session

King County Bar Association Legal Clinic

Washington Planned Giving Council

Toastmasters International

Rotary International

The Rose International Fund for Children

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Seattle World School Project

Refugee Women Alliance

Chinese Information and Service Center

Humane Society of the United States

Animal Legal Defense Fund

ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)

Seattle Humane Society

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Best Friends Animal Society

Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation

Vietnamese Friendship Association

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