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Turning tragedy into prevention

Matt Pais 0.0

Joseph Gootter created his own foundation after losing his son to sudden cardiac death.

Learn more about the MDRT Foundation

Fiona Odumosu-Watkins 0.0

<p style="font-size: 1.05rem; letter-spacing: -0.02em; color: #000000; font-weight: 600;">MDRT’s charitable arm supports local and global charities.</p>

Funding ‘charity: water’

Fiona Odumosu-Watkins 0.0

Scott Harrison shares his dreams for the organization.

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Mercy ships

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Mercy Ships founder Don Stephens shared his story of how his organization serves adults and children in Africa. The ships serve as floating surgical centers, and also provide training to doctors. Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting.

Promises and hopes

James V. Durkin CFP, CLU 0.0

MDRT Foundation President James Durkin believes our business is one of hope and promise. He explains that the significance he has achieved in life is due in part to his involvement with the Foundation. Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting.

The last walk for water

Scott Harrison 0.0

The story of a young girl reinforces the need for clean water.

Weathering the storm

Matt Pais 0.0

Waddell helps Hurricane Harvey victims through the Coastal Bend Food Bank.

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MDRT Foundation - UK Projects

Adrian P. Baker, Dip PFS; Elaine Milne, Dip PFS 0.0

Members Baker and Milne share stories of their involvement with the MDRT Foundation, from volunteering on service projects to applying for an MDRT Foundation grant to support charities they care about.

Supporting Covenant House

Liz DeCarlo 0.0

The MDRT Foundation supports Covenant House, an international charitable organization serving young adults who are homeless.

Compassion in action

Amanda Lindhout 0.0

Lindhout is founder and executive director of The Global Enrichment Foundation (GEF) and has gained international acclaim for her work supporting development and aid in Somalia — the country where she once spent 460 days as a hostage. Her humanitarian work has provided aid and education to over 300,000 people living in the war-torn country. She has been featured in publications including Vogue, O Magazine, and The New York Times Magazine; and she has appeared on Dateline NBC, The TODAY Show, CTV’s Canada AM, and a variety of other TV and radio programs worldwide. Her memoir, A House in the Sky, is a New York Times best-seller and No. 1 best-seller in Canada.

Moved to take action

Karen Matts 0.0

Three members get involved with charities they learned about through the MDRT Foundation.

Getting on the horse

Matt Pais 0.0

Immel works with the MDRT foundation to support kids and veterans.

Meet the people who make a difference

David Blake 0.0

MDRT Foundation volunteers have a far-reaching impact for those most in need.

Giving to the MDRT Foundation

Michele L. Stauff, CFRE 0.0

"You get more than you give," is commonly heard when discussing the MDRT Foundation. MDRT members share their experiences of supporting MDRT's charitable arm.

Personal donations

Matt Pais 0.0

Lim finds many ways to give.

Feeling the Foundation's impact

Karen Matts 0.0

MDRT Foundation donates to disaster relief funds and initiates new ways to give