Strauss Troy Is Engaged, Invested And Committed To Our Community

We still believe that you can run a business like a family and care greatly for everyone. This care also spreads to our commitment in the community. We have earned a reputation as a strong supporter in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky communities.

Being a member of the community involves more than just providing legal services. Nearly 20 years ago, a group of Strauss Troy employees got together and formed the “Make A Difference” team. The team represents our belief that we should reach out to the community and make a difference in any way that we can. They rally to support our troops, the arts, less privileged families during the holidays and a variety of other causes – to make a difference. 

For several years, Strauss Troy has served as the title sponsor of Market On The Square, Cincinnati’s open air farmers market held on Cincinnati’s Fountain Square. Just look for our blue umbrellas – and you will find something good.


For more than a decade, Strauss Troy has sponsored children from Cincinnati’s Inner City Youth Opportunities (ICYO) to attend summer camp at YMCA Camp Ernst in Burlington, KY.

“It is such a blessing for all of these children to have the opportunity to spend a week away from the noise and violence of the inner city and experience the fun, the beauty and the fascinating and peaceful world of nature.”
~Jeanne Bell, president and founder of ICYO

The children participate in traditional camp activities including kayaking, horseback riding, fishing, crafts and sports, but they also have the opportunity to try new and exciting adventures like the water trampoline, zip line, Burma bridge and aquacycles. Attending Camp Ernst allows the youth to make friends with other campers from all areas of Ohio and Kentucky.

“This program really makes a difference in the lives of these children. One of our campers has gone onto college, but he continues to work as a counselor at Camp Ernst in the summer to give back and inspire kids just like him.”
~Marsha Weaver Butler, founder of Strauss Troy’s MAD Team

Read A Note From Barb Rathbun, YMCA Camp Ernst Office Manager

Community Engagement