Contents 1 History 2 Recent history 3 Boards of 3.1 Board of Directors 3.2 Foundation Leadership Committee 3.3 Foundation Board of Governors 4 See also 5 References 6 External links


History[edit] The need for a fund to benefit colleagues who fell on hard times was seen by many in the early days of motion pictures. It began with coin boxes at studios, where industry workers would drop their spare change for their colleagues. The MPTF was created by such industry luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Conrad Nagel, Milton Sills, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., and D. W. Griffith. In 1921, the Motion Picture Relief Fund (MPRF) was incorporated with Joseph M. Schenck as first president, Pickford was vice president and the Reverend Neal Dodd (who portrayed ministers in more than 300 films) as administrator, each with a benevolent spirit intent on providing assistance to those in the motion picture industry who were in need. The original Board of Trustees included prominent names in Hollywood such as Charles Christie, Cecil B. DeMille, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., William S. Hart, Jesse L. Lasky, Harold Lloyd, Mae Murray, Hal Roach, Donald Crisp and Irving Thalberg.[citation needed] The advent of talkies in the late twenties brought many changes to the film industry. While talkies launched many new careers, hundreds of actors, directors, and writers who had not foreseen the change to the industry or their livelihood, became unemployed. MPRF came to their aid. As more requests for assistance were made, celebrity-packed benefits were held. Celebrity balls, benefit movie premieres, polo matches, fashion shows, and card parties were all means of raising funds for MPRF with talent provided by the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and Will Rogers. These events raised thousands of dollars in aid, but it was not enough to keep up with the demand for assistance. Other methods of fundraising were needed. In 1932, Pickford began the Payroll Pledge Program, a deduction plan for those earning over $200 a week. Studio workers were asked to pledge one-half of one percent of their earnings to the Fund. In 1938, participation in the program was increased by including talent groups, unions and producer representatives. The Screen Actors Guild improved this effort by ruling for compulsory contributions by its Class A members. The president Jean Hersholt was seeking an opportunity to supplement the income produced through Payroll Pledge. Dr. Jules C. Stein came up with the idea to have major movie stars appear on a new radio program The Screen Guild Show, whereby they would donate their normal salaries to MPRF. Members of the Directors and Writers Guilds also contributed their services to the show, which premiered on over 61 CBS stations in 1939. The first program starred such greats as Jack Benny, Judy Garland, and Joan Crawford, and quickly became one of the most popular programs on network radio, raising $5.3 million for MPRF during its 13-year run. Every major star participated at least once: Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Bing Crosby, Natalie Wood, Bob Hope, Betty Grable, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, and Tyrone Power. In 1940, Jean Hersholt found the property for the future Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital. It was 48 acres (190,000 m2) of walnut and orange groves, selling for 850 dollars per acre. The Board was able to purchase the land from the money raised from The Screen Guild Show. They immediately sold 7 acres (28,000 m2) to offset the costs for the first buildings of the Country House, designed by architect William Pereira. On September 27, 1942, three thousand members of the film community gathered in Woodland Hills for its dedication. In 1948, the Motion Picture & Television Hospital was dedicated. Eventually, the Fund offered services to those working in television, and in 1971 the Motion Picture Relief Fund became Motion Picture & Television Fund.[citation needed]


Recent history[edit] In 1993, the Motion Picture & Television Fund Foundation was established with Jeffrey Katzenberg as Founding Chairman. The Foundation continues to exist as the conduit to marshal the vision of its donors and their philanthropy to the growing human needs of the entertainment community it serves. The MPTF Foundation puts on annual events that help raise millions of dollars in funds to continue to assist those entertainment industry members in need. These events include Michael Douglas and Friends Golf Tournament,[1] The Night Before and The Evening Before.[2] On September 13, 1996, the MPTF Corporation was created within the State of California and its corporate number is C1989085. Dr. David Tillman, MPTF President and CEO is listed as "Agent for Service of Process" with the California Secretary of State. Frank Mancuso, Sr. is Chairman of the MPTF Corporate Board. In 1998, the Woodland Hills campus was renamed The Wasserman Campus of the Motion Picture & Television Fund in honor of the long-time commitment and support of Mr. & Mrs. Lew Wasserman. In February 2000, William Haug resigned as MPTF CEO, and succeeded by Dr. David Tillman on May 16, 2000. In 2006, the groundbreaking for the Saban Center for Health and Wellness featuring the Jodie Foster Aquatic Pavilion was held on The Wasserman Campus. The center was named after donors Haim Saban and his wife Dr. Cheryl Saban.[3] It opened its doors on July 18, 2007 and features aquatic and land-based therapies as well as MPTF’s Center on Aging, a best practice model which provides a variety of programs that are geared toward improving the lives of the entertainment industry seniors throughout Southern California. A new and emerging need to address quality of life issues for older adults in their own homes was identified and led to the creation of such MPTF programs and initiatives as Palliative Care, Elder Connection, Rebuilding Together and the MPTF Age Well Program.[4] On November 20, 2006, the Motion Picture & Television Fund registered the MPTF Endowment Corporation with California's Secretary of State. Its California corporate number is C2934691. Dr. Tillman is listed as "Agent for Service of Process" with the California Secretary of State. Besides offering temporary financial assistance and operating the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital, MPTF's comprehensive services operate six outpatient health centers throughout the greater Los Angeles area as well as the Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children’s Center. There was a turbulent period starting in early 2009 when the MPTF announced that rising costs amid the recession would force it to shutter its long-term care unit, which had 136 patients at the time, as well as its acute-care hospital. That decision created a barrage of criticism with some questioning the fund’s commitment to its stated goal of “taking care of our own.[5] The MPTF restructured, brought in Bob Beitcher in 2010 and launched an aggressive $350 million fundraising campaign in 2012 headed by Jeffrey Katzenberg and George Clooney. Beitcher said the fundraising push was to provide a safety net for the 75,000 baby boomers that would be retiring from the industry over the next 20 years. At that point, $238 million had already been raised with key contributions from Clooney, Steve Bing, Tom Cruise, Barry Diller, Fox Entertainment Group, David Geffen, Michael Lewis, Jerry Perenchio, Joe Roth, Jeffrey and Marilyn Katzenberg, Todd Phillips, Patrick Soon-shiong, Thomas Tull and John Wells, among others. As of 2014, $325 million has been raised for this campaign.[6] For its health care centers, MPTF partnered with UCLA Health which today operates five MPTF health care centers in Los Angeles. These health centers are still exclusive to entertainment industry members.[7] The brainchild of Jeffrey Katzenberg, the annual “Night Before the Oscars” launched in 2003, and remains one of the main MPTF fundraising events. The latest 14th annual "Night Before" party held February 27, 2016 raised a total of $5.2 million to benefit the MPTF More than $70 million has been raised since the event was launched 14 years ago.[8] Through June 1, 2014, the MPTF’s operations include a 250-bed multilevel care hospital, seven primary care health centers, a 186 unit retirement community providing independent and assisted living, and a free-standing child care facility.[9] To date, the Samuel Goldwyn Foundation is the single largest donor in the foundation’s 93-year history, with the family’s total contributions to the MPTF upwards of $55 million.[10]


Boards of[edit] There are Board of Directors of the fund, Board of Governors for the Foundation.[11][12] Board of Directors[edit] The members include[13]: Bob Beitcher George Clooney Darcie A. Denkert Mark Fleischer Jim Gianopulos Michael Karlin Jeffrey Katzenberg Hawk Koch Matthew D. Loeb Roger L. Mayer Diane Nelson A. Robert Pisano, Chairman Patrick B. Purcell Jay D. Roth Casey Wasserman David White Foundation Leadership Committee[edit] There's the members of this committee Warren Beatty Bob Beitcher Annette Bening Jeffrey Berg Barry Diller Michael Douglas David Geffen Jim Gianopulos Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Robert A. Iger Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chairman Alan Ladd, Jr. Heather Locklear Matthew Loeb Frank G. Mancuso Barry M. Meyer Ron Meyer Rick Nicita Robert M. Osher John Ptak Dolores Robinson Jay D. Roth Kevin Spacey Steven Spielberg Casey Wasserman Foundation Board of Governors[edit] Members are[14]: J.J. Abrams Eric Esrailian, M.D. Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chairman Kevin McCormick Christopher Nolan Peter Rice Karen Rosenfelt Emma Thomas Kevin Tsujihara Thomas Tull John Wells


See also[edit] Golden Boot Awards


References[edit] ^ "Michael Douglas and Friends Golf". USA: IMDB. Retrieved 2013-10-06.  ^ "MPTF Events". Woodland Hills: MPTF. Retrieved 2013-10-06.  ^ MPTF PDF profile[dead link] ^ "MPTF Wellness". Woodland Hills: MPTF. Retrieved 2013-10-06.  ^ McNary, Dave (2012-07-26). "MPTF's Seth Ellis to exit post". Variety. Retrieved 2016-06-16.  ^ Team, The Deadline (2012-02-23). "MPTF Unveils New $350M Fundraising Campaign". Deadline. Retrieved 2016-06-16.  ^ "Stay Healthy & Stay Well - MPTF". www.mptf.com. Retrieved 2016-06-16.  ^ "'Night Before' Party Raises $5.2 Million to Benefit MPTF". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-06-16.  ^ Motion Picture and Television Fund and Affiliated Entities Consolidated Financial Statements December 31, 2014 and 2013 ^ Robb, David (2014-10-02). "Latest Goldwyn Gift Ups Family's MPTF Total To $55M". Deadline. Retrieved 2016-06-16.  ^ "As It Nears 100, Motion Picture Television Fund Strives to Recruit New Blood". Variety. Retrieved 2017-08-18.  ^ "George Clooney, Jeffrey Katzenberg and the Fight for the Future of the MPTF Country House". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2017-08-18.  ^ https://www.mptf.com/about ^ https://www.mptf.com/foundation


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