The MPFIC Changing Lives Club gives donors the opportunity to see a long-term impact with monthly donations. It allows members to contribute to the longevity of our organization by giving continued support and shows them the results of their generosity throughout the year. It is also a great way to give sustainable contributions in a cost effective way with donations that are manageable for the donor’s budget. The Changing Lives Club provides donors community involvement and members become a part of a group of like minded individuals who have similar interests and goals. In addition, Changing Lives Club members also receive special benefits such as VIP reception at our Galas, hosted happy hours, early access to event tickets, and VIP swag.
Changing Lives Club Levels
There are four tiers of membership in the Changing Lives Club. The first level is our “Buddy” tier. For $20 a month members provide children with one of our most popular forms of therapy, horse therapy. Members help children have a fun experience while aiding their recovery. Hippotherapy is beneficial for a wide range of different diagnoses, so members in this tier are helping multiple children, like Oliver and Nathan, with their monthly contributions. The next tier in the Changing Lives Club is our “Advocate” membership. For $50 a month donors help children have access to swim therapy. Members in this tier help pay for much needed treatment that health insurance does not cover. “Advocates” help children like Christian and Audrina get the help they need to overcome their injuries. The Changing Lives Club third tier is the “Champion”. For $100 a month members fund medical devices such as prosthetics, bioness devices, and adaptive tricycles. Monthly donors at this level help make life changing medical help possible for children like Brayden and Kelbie. The fourth tier in the Changing Lives Club is the “Hero” level. For $500 a month members fund home remodels such as ADA bathrooms, stairlifts, and wheelchair ramps. These “Heros” help create a comfortable home for children like Jacob.
See What Our Members Are Saying
“Seeing how MPFIC has grown to be the organization that it is today has been so inspiring. From the amazing people who run it to the beautiful children who get the support they need, MPFIC has become such an important foundation that this community needs. My participation in the Changing Lives Club is my small token of appreciation for MPFIC shining a light on what might otherwise go unrecognized. I feel honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization!” – Devondra Dominguez
“I’m very thankful to be part of the Changing Lives Club with MPFIC. As someone who works in the legal field, I see how important it is to have a foundation like MPFIC to advocate for injured children. Children often do not get the therapy and treatment that they need through their medical insurance, so it is a relief that MPFIC is able to step in and help fill that void. I’m grateful to be able to do my part through a monthly donation and am excited to see MPFIC continue to grow and help children in need!” – Lisa Unger
“MPFIC holds a special place in my heart. I am so grateful to be able to volunteer my spare time and be a part of the Changing Lives Club because I know every dollar no matter how big or small can impact and change the life of a child in need. Knowing that my contribution is making an impact daily, is reason enough to be a part of this amazing organization!” – Jackie Kutyba
“We are so thankful to have found MPFIC. As a speech language pathologist working in public schools, I have witnessed first hand the needs of some of our youngest and most impacted children. MPFIC provides much needed therapies for these children, and gives my husband and me a purposeful way to connect to others who may be in need. We are grateful to be a part of this amazing organization that touches so many lives!” – Kendra Ryan
Join The Changing Lives Club Now
Join our Changing Lives Club and be a part of a community that believes no child should be left without the best medical treatment, despite their family’s income and access to healthcare. Make a difference in a child’s life who otherwise would not be able to recover from catastrophic injuries and illnesses.