Michigan Pharmacy Foundation (MPF) was established as an initiative of Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) in 1993.

MPF’s Mission Statement: “To Foster the Future of Pharmacy”

MPF’s Vision Statement: “One Pharmacy Profession, Maximizing Health and Wellness” Adopted by the MPF Board of Trustees, August 25, 2022

View the latest MPF Annual Report 

MPF History
During its early years, contributors known as the Founder’s Club donated a minimum $1,000 each to help launch the Foundation. Since then, MPF has awarded more than $270,000 in grant funding for projects that advance the profession; supported the future of pharmacy through more than $100,000 in student pharmacist scholarships; and developed leadership programs that equip healthcare practitioners with the skills and resources they need to lead others and the profession.

Over the years, the Foundation has embarked on many initiatives to continue leading the profession into a positive future. In addition, MPF holds events to raise funds for grants and scholarship and program support and to encourage mentoring relationships and motivate pharmacy professionals to advance their chosen profession.

The Foundation also sponsors an MPA award to encourage community involvement. The Fred W. Arnold Public Relations Award is presented at the MPA Annual Convention & Exposition each year to recognize outstanding achievement and dedication to the pharmacy profession through public service and education.

2022 MPF Board of Trustees

Christopher Maksym, chair
Margaret (Peggy) Malovrh, vice chair
Susan Erickson, treasurer
Mark Glasper, secretary
Mike W. Crowe, MPA president
Amy Adams
John Brubaker
Rox Gatia
Terry Gottschall
Gary Kadlec
Denise Markstrom
Annette Rowe
Amy E. Smendik
James Vander Linde

If you are interested in nominating an individual for the MPF Board of Trustees, please complete the form below. Officers are elected by the Board of Trustees. Nominations are due July 1 of each year and appointments are made in October/November.