The Founder’s Circle is made up of donors honoring the work and vision of the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s founder, Judith Stein, by making financial contributions of $1,000 or more to help build the long-term sustainability of the Center and its education, advocacy, policy initiatives and strategic litigation on behalf of older and disabled people.
Founder’s Circle members recognize the importance of the Center’s unique advocacy and education model and its role in keeping Medicare strong and responsive to the needs of families all over the country. This is especially important in these unprecedented times, when the very future of Medicare is in jeopardy.
Founder’s Circle members are invited to seasonal, small group virtual meetings with Judith Stein and other Center leaders, who provide updates about the Center’s work. These meetings, called Founder’s Circle Forums, are also opportunities exchange ideas and ask questions of the Center’s Staff. Founder’s Circle members are listed in the Center’s Annual Report and also recognized during the Center’s annual special event, the National Voices of Medicare Summit and Sen. Jay Rockefeller Lecture.