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MIFA’s Something Good in Memphis campaign is designed to celebrate those who make Memphis better, whether it’s the stranger who helps change your flat tire in the rain or a human services pioneer who changes the lives of a hundred poor Memphians. Sometimes people tend to focus on the bad and forget the good, but we see reminders of the good in Memphis every day!


Nominating is quick and easy – just fill out our simple form! Nominate friends, neighbors,and colleagues whose daily efforts or remarkable deeds embody the spirit of positive action in our community.Thank you for being a part of the good in Memphis!


MIFA's vision: Uniting the community through service. MIFA's mission: Supporting the independence of vulnerable seniors and families in crisis through high-impact programs. MIFA's values: Welcome and respect all people. Act with integrity. Value individual initiative and ability. Serve individuals and the community as an act of faith. Balance humanitarian goals with sound business practices.





the good in memphis

Tim Price helps refugees

Tim spends time every week working with the Sudanese community here in Memphis. His concern and love for these refugees is genuine and never-ending. Nominated by Linda Yancy. Read More
Posted by Ellen Whitten at Wednesday, May 18, 2011 | 0 comments

Aaron Shafer is something good!

Our youth need more positive physical outlets to learn focus and discipline and to develop self-esteem. Close to one-third of Memphis' children will be diagnosed with childhood obesity. Kids are not getting outside enough. Between lack of access to healthy foods and easy access to video games, internet, and television, our youth simply are not being drawn to the outdoors for physical excercise. To ensure that we raise healthy kids, it is critical that our communities build recreational... Read More
Posted by Ellen Whitten at Thursday, May 12, 2011 | 0 comments

Toby Taylor is a Memphis Pharaoh!

  Toby started his own basketball team, The Memphis Pharaohs, which really makes a difference in the lives of his players. The goal of the team is to have all participants achieve their highest potential as athletes and as citizens. He cares and believes in them as a team. He even extends himself and his family by helping getting players to and from practice, holding personal fundraisers to support the team, building a website to help market and showcase the team's talents. Through his... Read More
Posted by Ellen Whitten at Monday, May 2, 2011 | 0 comments