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Over the next three years, MPTF aims to raise $350 million dollars to improve the quality of life of those who help entertain the world while strengthening a community-based model of support built on philanthropy, visionary leadership, and volunteerism.
MPTF has thrived for 90 years, through dramatic changes in technology, industry structure, social and medical services, and economic cycles. It has sustained the vision of its founders — Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Charlie Chaplin, and D.W. Griffith — by providing care to those less fortunate members of the industry with funding from those who have enjoyed more success.
Today, MPTF is facing unprecedented challenges. Changes in the healthcare and social services landscape have made traditional services more expensive and more difficult to provide than ever before. The large emerging baby boomer population will place a tremendous strain on existing service resources at a time when the governmental safety net is shrinking. To remain economically sustainable for future generations who can directly benefit like those who came before them, MPTF once again must look to the generosity of its industry members.
To continue evolving to meet the changing needs of our community by offering premiere socio-medical services dedicated to assisting the most vulnerable among us, MPTF is launching the $350 Million Campaign to:
To donate via phone or report any concerns/problems when making an online donation, please call our Donor Relations department at 818-876-1977. To donate by mail, make your check payable to MPTF and send to: P.O. Box 51150, Los Angeles, CA 90051-9706.
Join campaign leaders Jeffrey Katzenberg (Chairman of the MPTF Foundation Committee) and George Clooney (MPTF Board Member) and the many others who have stepped forward to make a difference in the future of the entertainment industry.
• Country House Fund: resources to cover care and living expenses as well as costs associated with general comfort and well being for residents in need.
• Community Care Fund: social services and charitable assistance programs to help provide emotional and financial relief to those experiencing hardship.
• Compassionate Care Fund: socio-medical services to provide the best quality of life for those individuals challenged with the most complex or life limiting conditions.