Whether you’re an industry veteran or just getting started in your career, the MPI Foundation is committed to giving back to you and your industry, making you both stronger. A donation to the MPI Foundation helps secure the meeting and event profession for the future. When you help the people who bring people together, you help change the world.

 

 

How We've Helped

 

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2234

PEOPLE DIRECTLY BENEFITED
IN 2020

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$5 MILLION +

IN FUNDS AWARDED
SINCE 2009

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60+

CHAPTERS BENEFITED FROM MPIF
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 

 

 

“The MPI Foundation gave me the courage and boost that I needed to take a leap of faith and become a CMP.”

JO TRUETT
MPI Greater Orlando Chapter

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The MPI Foundation offers grants for education, training, research and other special interest needs that enrich our industry as well as scholarships to complement MPI membership, education and career opportunities. With these grants and scholarships, together, we move this community and our global industry towards critical recovery. 


The MPI Foundation partners with organizations throughout the year to hold Rendezvous events and proceeds benefit the MPI Foundation.

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Care to help? That’s easy! In your chapters, destinations, or companies, PARTICIPATE in MPIF events, auctions, or legacy of giving programs. If you’ve ever benefited from an MPI Foundation award, now is your chance to give back.



“I’m a huge proponent of giving back. When you have the ability to help, I think you should help.”

RANDY ALLEN DAVIS
MPI Foundation Scholarship Recipient

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The generosity displayed throughout 2020 is making an important impact in 2021. Those funds are benefitting hundreds of MPI members, chapters, and industry initiatives during one of the most tragic and humbling viral occurrences of our lifetime. We’re giving HOPE.

 

 

RECENT MPI FOUNDATIONS STORIES

I have learned through my chapter that the MPI Foundation is a wonderful resource for extending my membership benefits when I could not otherwise afford them.
Our overall experience with this program was very positive.
"There’s been a critical need for information quantifying the significance of face-to-face meetings and business events to the U.S. economy,” says Susan Robertson, executive vice president of the American Society of Association Executives and chair of the Events Industry Council
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MPI Foundation Legend Contributors

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