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Giving Back

Philanthropy is integrated into our business model here at Shefman Law. Each year, we donate to dozens of local organizations and events. Austin is our home, and we feel it is imperative to give back to the community that makes this city such a wonderful place to live, work, and play.

Austin, we’ve got your back!

Shefman Law proudly supports the following community organizations:


Ghisallo Foundation
Texas Mamma Jamma Ride (benefitting breast cancer survivors)
Bike Austin Armadillo Ride benefitting Bike Austin
Bike Fest supporting Bike Texas
Viva Streets
Safe Place helping those in tyrannical family situations regain freedom from abuse


Texas Mamma Jamma Ride
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Travis County
Keep Austin Fed
Bike Texas
Austin Animal Center
Social Cycling Austin – Bike Curious Ride
Austin Texas Bike Polo
Health Alliance For Austin Musicians (HAAM)


Austin Cycling Association
Cowboy Harley Davidson of Austin
AIDS LifeCycle
Austin Gay and Lesbian Pride Foundation
Bike Austin
The University of Texas at Austin
Texas State University Cycling Team
Austin Gay and Lesbian Chamber
Steiner Ranch Cycling Association, Austin Cycling Association
Cycling Related Kickstarter Projects
eFund Raising
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation
Keep Austin Fed


San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
National MS Association
Bike Austin
Support Brian Lindquist
Brian Lindquist, Injured Cyclist
Bike Texas
Ponheary Ly Foundation (Providing bikes for students in Cambodia)


Ponheary Ly Foundation
League of Bicycling Voters
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
League of Bicycling Voters


San Francisco AIDS Foundation
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
League of Bicycling Voters
Austin Cycling Association
CA Academy of Science
AIDS LifeCycle
Caminitos Collaborative
Ponheary Ly Foundation


The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Alliance for Biking & Walking
AIDS LifeCycle
Ponheary Ly Foundation
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Latest From the Blog

Letter to the Mayor

We all agree on at least these three truths:

1) Austin does not have the infrastructure to support the current needs of all of the various travelers using our limited methods of transportation, such as roadways, highways, tollways, sidewalks (where they exist), bike lanes (where they exist) and surface

Another tragedy, another call for better streets

June 7, 2016, Alexei Baureis, a 14-year-old was hit and killed on his bicycle at the intersection of Spicewood Springs and Rustic Rock Drive. A large truck hit this child. After noting that the driver was not intoxicated and cooperative KXAN reports that police warn "with summer here, people on bikes

Meeting with the Chief of Police

In a time when traffic injuries and deaths are at an all time high and disproportionately affecting vulnerable road users, Monday, Chief Acevedo and Bike Austin are meeting at Mellow Johnny’s (May 23, 2016, 6pm). This meeting is to discuss the donation by Bike Austin to the APD of 2
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