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Below is a list of our current partners, both national and local. Learn about the different ways you can support the MGA by participating in these fundraising opportunities below and if you are interested in becoming a partner of the MGA, email allisonfoss@mgakc.org.

Thank you to all our continued partnerships! We are so grateful for your support and generosity. 

Amazon Smile

Did you know that over one million local and national charitable organizations participate in AmazonSmile? Simply shop at smile.amazon.com, select the MGA as your favorite charity, and 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases will be donated to our organization! It really is that simple.

iGive

i​Give is a free service that automatically helps your favorite cause, every time you shop. The company is essentially a store rebate program where members have a chance to donate their rebate to their chosen cause. Simply shop at any of their 2,400+ stores and select MGA as your favorite cause! Click here to shop through iGive.com

The Roasterie

The Roasterie is a specialty coffee roaster in Kansas City, MO, dedicated to providing local coffee that makes a difference in KC and beyond. The MGA and The Roasterie joined forces to serve up a special blend: The "Strength" blend! The Roasterie is dedicated to giving back to their community, and 10% of all bags of the Strength blend sold will benefit the MGA! Click here to purchase your very own Strength blend!


We would like to give a shoutout to Kelsey Coleman, designer of the Strength blend logo! Kelsey is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a degree in visual community and graphic design. She also happens to be an individual living with myasthenia gravis. Thank you, Kelsey!

Lauren's Hope

Lauren's Hope is your source for stylish medical alert jewelry. Lauren Philips was just 13 years old when she moved to Kansas City, MO. New to the area, Lauren was shy and uncomfortable telling her new friends she had Diabetes. She also hated wearing her medical ID bracelets because she felt they were unattractive, plain, and drew unwanted attention to her diagnosis. Thankfully, Lauren's mom befriended a fellow mom, LeAnn Carlson, who had a craft business at the time. LeAnn was up to the challenge in making a medical ID bracelet that was fashion-conscious for Lauren, so much so that she came up with an entire medical ID jewelry wardrobe.​ Today, more than 500,000 people wear Lauren’s Hope medical IDs every day. Click here to purchase a Lauren's Hope medical ID bracelet, and with every purchase, a portion of the proceeds benefit the MGA!

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