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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!


Recognizing someone is quick and easy – just send us an email! Acknowledge 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!


The Something Good in Memphis project was created by MIFA in 2009 to advance our vision of uniting the community through service. Our mission is supporting the independence of vulnerable seniors and families in crisis through high-impact programs. Our values are to welcome and respect all people, act with integrity, value individual initiative and ability, serve individuals and the community as an act of faith, and balance humanitarian goals with sound business practices. Learn more about MIFA here





the good in memphis

Nathan Tipton, Mid-South Spay & Neuter Services

Nathan is currently serving as President Pro Tempore of Mid-South Spay & Neuter Services, and he's doing an incredible job. Tirelessly devoted to the mission of reducing pet overpopulation, Nathan gives his time, resources, wisdom, and support to the organization and is a shining example to the board of directors during his interim position. When he's not advocating for the importance of spaying and neutering in Memphis and the Mid-South, he also volunteers for Indie Memphis, the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center, Equality Mississippi, the Tennessee Equality Project, and River Arts Fest. He and his dog Tucks are also the new Twitter power couple. Nathan squeezes every last out of each day—volunteering his time with a joyful spirit, and he is definitely Something Good in Memphis. Nominated by Stephanie Bennett.
Posted by Ellen Whitten at 13:40