Annual Report

2017 Worldwide Grant: Wells Bring Hope
2017 Worldwide Grant: Wells Bring Hope
2020 - A Year in Review

Year after year, MDRT members continue to show their commitment to the MDRT Foundation by getting involved through volunteerism and through the spirit of giving. We are extremely grateful to each of our donors who generously gave to support the MDRT Foundation in 2020.


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Empowerment provides people with the tools they need to change their lives.

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Allocation of Funds

Providing Support Worldwide

  • ANIMALS & ENVIRONMENT USD 14,000 allocated
    3 Grants awarded
  • EDUCATION USD 185,537 allocated
    39 Grants awarded
  • ARTS USD 17,500 allocated
    7 Grants awarded
  • HEALTH & RESEARCH USD 82,597 allocated
    21 Grants awarded
  • CHILDREN’S CAUSES USD 421,221 allocated
    52 Grants awarded
  • SOCIAL SERVICES USD 663,221 allocated
    158 Grants awarded
Allocation of Funds
Our Impact

Power of Giving

  • MDRT Foundation donates $25,000 to Equal Justice Initiative
    United States

    MDRT Foundation donates $25,000 to Equal Justice Initiative

    EJI works with communities that have been marginalized by poverty and discouraged by unequal treatment. They are committed to changing the narrative about race in America and The MDRT Foundation is proud to invest in their mission.

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  • Bridge Meadows
    Portland, OR, USA

    Bridge Meadows

    Tim Clairmont, CFP, MSFS, a seven-year MDRT member from Lake Oswego, Oregon, endorsed a USD 5,000 Worldwide grant to support the buildout of a new Bridge Meadows community in North Portland. This intergenerational facility enriches the lives of 69 residents, made up of 30 youth, nine adoptive parents, and 30 elders coming from limited means.

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  • Rainbow Centre
    Singapore, Asia

    Rainbow Centre

    Anne-Marie Li Mei Lee, ChFC, CLU
    Singapore, Asia
    Worldwide Grant Spotlight

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  • Inner-City Arts
    Los Angeles, CA, USA

    Inner-City Arts

    When Jan Kirsch, director of professional development for Inner-City Arts (ICA) started working for the nonprofit, the entire program was housed in two bungalows in Los Angeles, California. Now the burgeoning children’s and teens’ arts program has a campus with nine large studios for many forms of artistic expression, and plans to build additional campuses.

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  • Dress for Success Worldwide
    2017 Annual Meeting Booth

    Dress for Success Worldwide

    Meredith Gail Langus, FSCP, LUTCF, a five-year MDRT member from New York, New York, endorsed a USD 2,000 Worldwide grant to support Dress for Success’ Financial Education Program. This program annually helps 15 to 20 women in the greater New York area on their journey to eliminate debt, build and manage their assets, invest wisely and prepare for retirement.

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