“Overnight, I went from just being responsible for myself to also being responsible for my father’s entire life, from financial and legal affairs to insurance coverage and doctors. I was out of my depth and alone. Until I called MPTF.”

Michelle Homerin

Manager, Casting, Twentieth Century Fox Television

MPTFriends

We all get by with a little help from our friends.

MPTFriends is a donor society, comprised of young industry members, which takes as its mission the support of MPTF’ s Community Social Service Programs.

Throughout nearly 100 years of service to the entertainment industry, MPTF’s Community Programs and Social Workers have helped your colleagues through challenging and trying situations and they need your support to continue this legacy of care.

Your commitment to MPTF allows this nearly 100-year-old organization to continue taking care of our own by providing life changing assistance to our entertainment industry family.

MPTFriends members pledge their support by making a tax-deductible yearly gift of $1,000; an act of generosity for those who need it most and because, we do what we can for our friends. Cement your legacy in our amazing industry by playing your part as a member of MPTFriends today.

MPTF’s Impact In 2018

4,054

Industry Members Of All Ages, and Occupations Served

$2,978,612

Charitable Financial Assistance Distributed

MPTF Community Social Services Supported by MPTFriends members

These services are offered at no charge and have a tremendous impact on the men and women who receive them, as well as their families and friends.

Our Impact 2019 To Date

31%

Working Aged Members Of The Industry

81%

Live And Work In The Community

Watch MPTF’s Social Services In Action

Matt Bomer, Jay Ellis, Will Fetters, Jennifer Garner, John Hamm, Bryce Dallas Howard, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Keegan Michael Key, Kumail Nanjiani, Chris Pine, Keanu Reeves, Adam Scott, and Mary Steenburgen shed light on MPTF’s nearly 100-year old tradition of taking care of our own.

Matt Bomer shares the story of widower George. After losing his husband of just one month, George also quickly lost his husband’s pension and benefits. George thought he was out of options until a friend told him to call MPTF.

Bryce Dallas Howard shares the story of Alex and his young family. Out of work due to an unexpected stop in production Alex had two young sons, a pregnant wife on bedrest, and no money. Just days away from losing his family’s home a friend told him to call MPTF.

 

MPTFriends Committee

  • Cate Adams
    VP, Production
    Warner Bros.
  • Jordan Berkus
    Talent Agent, Motion Pictures
    United Talent Agency
  • Geoffrey Colo
    Transmedia Producer
    Marvel Television
  • Jeffrey Epstein
    Dir., Corporate Communications
    The Walt Disney Company
  • Lucas Kosoglad
    Agent
    Innovative Artists
  • Adam Griffin
    Manager/Partner
    LINK Entertainment
  • Alex LoVerde
    CEO
    SyncOnSet
  • Monica Macer
    Writer
  • Nigel Meiojas
    Talent Agent, Motion Pictures
    United Talent Agency
  • Shawna Wexler
    Manager
    Brillstein Entertainment Partners
  • Hillary Williams
    Vice President of Talent
    Digital Brand Architects
  • Lauren Williams
    Manager
    Echo Lake Entertainment

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