HollywoodNews.com: Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation as good as Chairman of a MPTF Foundation Committee, currently voiced a launch of a Motion Picture & Television Fund’s $350 million debate to means a charity’s activities for a foreseeable future. At a media breakfast during a Beverly Hills Hotel, Katzenberg additionally introduced Board Member George Clooney as his partner in a Campaign.
“I am unapproachable to be partial of a MPTF bequest of receiving caring of a own. Our commercial operation is some-more than a pursuit – it is a approach of life, as good as MPTF has been a necessary reserve net for some-more than 90 years,” pronounced Jeffrey Katzenberg. “This debate is a approach my era can safeguard which MPTF will be there to offer destiny generations forever.”
As authority of a MPTF Foundation Committee, Mr. Katzenberg has been a untiring disciple as good as fundraiser as good as a inexhaustible believer of MPTF with his mother Marilyn. At today’s announcement, Katzenberg as good as Clooney concurred lead gifts from Steve Bing, George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Barry Diller, Fox Entertainment Group, David Geffen, Jeffrey as good as Marilyn Katzenberg, Michael Lewis, Jerrold Perenchio, Todd Phillips, Joe Roth, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Kate Capshaw Spielberg as good as Steven Spielberg, Thomas as good as Alba Tull, Casey Wasserman, as good as John as good as Marilyn Wells. To date, Katzenberg has helped secure $200 million in pledges as good as donations to a MPTF Campaign – achieving some-more than half of a total debate goal.
Katzenberg introduced Clooney as “a good crony of MPTF as good as a committed philanthropist.” In his remarks, Clooney said, “I’ve seen first-hand for most years a good work of a MPTF. you was lifted to hold which as a village you should be judged by how you take caring of people who can’t take caring of themselves. This is a community. This is a commitment; to have sure which a MPTF is still station clever for generations to come.”
Clooney denounced a selected silver box emblazoned with a charity’s strange name – Motion Picture Relief Fund. He remarkable which a box was dictated not usually to remind a attention of where as good as when a present began, though additionally to paint how any present vast as good as tiny counts.
MPTF CEO Bob Beitcher highlighted a augmenting disadvantage of a vast shred of a party attention village due to changes in kinship as good as professional group illness as good as grant skeleton as good as intensity wearing away of a inhabitant amicable reserve net. “Over a subsequent twenty years, you estimate 100,000 attention members as good as their families, a really own baby boomers, will be retiring,” Beitcher said. “And a actuality is which currently you can’t expect what kind of benefit as good as await they’ll need from MPTF. But you can be sure which there will go on to be needs which differently won’t be filled but a await of a charity.”
“MPTF is larger than a total of a parts, some-more than only a services it provides: it’s a suggestion which unites a attention in ancillary any alternative in times of need,” Beitcher concluded.
Katzenberg added, “With Bob Beitcher during a helm, strategically running a make up as good as long-term prophesy for a charity, as good as with George Clooney as good as most alternative dedicated advocates, you am assured you will grasp a idea of $350 million.”
About a Motion Picture & Television Fund
For 90 years, a MPTF has served as a guide of goal for party attention members in their time of need. As a free organization, a MPTF provides monetary benefit as good as services necessary to a wellbeing of a village as good as is a personality in a growth as good as doing of services as good as programs for seniors as good as those who caring for them. The present is upheld by a munificence of corporate donors as good as associate party attention members who minister their time as good as income meaningful if they were ever in a parsimonious spot, a MPTF would be there for them too. For some-more information, revisit www.mptvfund.org.