Giving to the MMA Foundation

Giving to the MMA Foundation carries personal meaning for every contributor. Whether you’re “paying back,” “paying it forward,” or just trying to make a difference, your gift creates a special connection between you and those whose lives are better thanks to your support.

Donate Now

Donating is easy! You can give to the MMA Foundation’s General Fund by Paypal, by mail, or by giving us a call. Your donation supports our ability to develop programs that support the MMA’s mission and advance health equity.

Give by calling us at 612-362-3742.

We will answer any questions you may have and can accept your gift right over the phone. Then we'll follow up by mailing you a written acknowledgement. You can even designate the MMA Foundation program you wish to support.

Call us today and see how easy - and rewarding - it is.

Plan Your Gift

Planning your support helps your gift go farther today and in the future. Gift planning can help you ensure that your loved ones are cared for, secure your life income, support the causes you care about, and reduce tax liability for you and your heirs.

Charitable Bequests

If you are like most people, the easiest way to accomplish your charitable goals is by making a charitable bequest through your will or by naming your preferred charities as beneficiaries of a bank account, retirement account or life insurance policy. 

Charitable Bequests

Legacy Society

Making an estate gift to the MMA Foundation gives you membership in the MMA Foundation Legacy Society. It’s a way for even those of us with limited means to leave a legacy that will continue to make a difference long into the future.

Legacy Society

Our Contributors

We wish to thank and acknowledge the generous contributors to the MMA Foundation. Give today and add your name to the list.

Our Contributors 

Physicians Giving Back

“I would not have had the medical career I did without the help of many people.” “Now it’s my turn …. I’m glad I did it!”

– Stuart Hanson, MD

Find out Why

"The priorities of getting help—and giving back—go back a long way."

– Robert Christensen, MD

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