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Micah Gives MVP FAQs

What is MVP?

The Micah Gives MVP (Medically Vulnerable Person) Program is dedicated to fostering a sense of community, inclusivity, social/emotional well being, and compassion by enabling vulnerable patients to enjoy the excitement of live sports, concerts, and other live events without compromising their health.


By securing suites in stadiums across different sports and venues, we aim to offer MVPs a protected space, ensuring their safety and well-being during the event.

Who qualifies as an MVP? 

  • Eligibility extends to individuals diagnosed with conditions that compromise their immune systems , including but not limited to:

  • Cancer treatment

  • Organ transplant recipients

  • Autoimmune disorders

  • Chronic illnesses requiring immunosuppressive medication

  • i.e., a progressive, degenerative or malignant condition that is placing the child's life in jeopardy

What type of MVP events can someone attend?

While there is no preset number, we want make sure that everyone has a chance to attend before offering multiple opportunities to one MVP. 

What type of events can MVPs attend?

We are currently building partnerships with stadiums that host an array of sports and live events such as baseball, basketball, football, soccer, concerts, tennis, hockey and more. 

Will I ever have to pay for this? 


There is no charge for an MVP event except possibly transportation and additional food.  Micah Gives is a program of Brittany Speaks, a 501(c)3 charity. While we try to make sure that all additional things are covered we would advise you in advance if there will be additional costs. 


How long will my child be a member?


They will be members until their 18th birthday or when they are no longer medically vulnerable, whichever comes first. 

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