We are thrilled to announce that the Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children is the recipient of a $5,000 grant from The Borba Families Foundation! These funds support River and his life changing medical device called the Quadriciser.
We are thrilled to announce that the Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children is the recipient of a $5,000 grant from There Is A Light Foundation! These funds will support intensive therapy sessions for several of the injured children we are currently helping.
MPFIC Is Proud To Present Injury Institute As A Corporate Sponsor. Learn More About How They Helped And How To Become A Corporate Sponsor.
We are thrilled to announce that the Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children is the recipient of a $5,000 grant from the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation! These funds will support hippotherapy sessions for several of the injured children we are currently helping.
The Changing Lives Club gives monthly donors the opportunity to see a long-term impact and join a community of like minded individuals. Learn more about the benefits of becoming a member and the different levels available to monthly donors. Join today and help change the lives of injured children.
Good news for charities and donors! In the CARES Act, there is a new special $300 tax deduction that helps most people give to charity this year – even if they don’t itemize. The IRS wanted to encourage people to donate to deserving tax-exempt organizations and the people and causes they serve.
Have you ever wondered exactly what type of injuries MPFIC helps? Our foundation creates a customized and individualized plan to help children recover from many different types of injuries and conditions. Learn more about the wide variety of children we help and how we assess each application.
MPFIC takes a look back at their accomplishments in 2020. Despite its challenges, MPFIC had a successful year. They show the impact their amazing donors made, and recap their fundraising efforts. MPFIC looks forward to a safe and prosperous year with their grantees and supporters.
Oliver has made amazing strides since receiving hippotherapy and other intensive therapies from our foundation since September of 2019. He was diagnosed at one year old with microcephaly, cerebral palsy, and a genetic mutation on the CTNNB1 gene. This mutation is extremely rare and the only treatment for it is therapy. MPFIC stepped in to help his parents afford adequate therapy for this special boy.