Two-year-old Christian Buchanan was born without eyes and with a severe cleft lip and palate, causing facial deformities and blindness. He needs surgery to help him eat and speak more easily, and will require additional corrective surgeries throughout his life.
In 2010, 18-month-old Izaiah was struck by a 17-year-old drunk driver, while his grandfather pushed him in a stroller, leaving him partially paralyzed and brain damaged. With medical bills topping $1 million, his young parents say they’re struggling financially.
Michelle Knight - Cleveland Kidnapping Victim
Michelle Knight was the first of three young women abducted by Ariel Castro and held for more than a decade. Inspired by her story of survival, Dr. Phil has set up a fund to help Michelle.
Dr. Phil is partnering with Feeding America to mobilize people across the country to raise the funds needed to supply 10,000,000 meals!
The real power and impact of The Dr. Phil Foundation is made possible by the millions of Dr. Phil show viewers. Together, we’ve had the opportunity to touch so many lives. Take a look at some memorable and exceptional moments of the last few years.
The Dr. Phil Foundation has been a strong advocate of the renewal of the Violence Against Women Act, since launching our End the Silence on Domestic Violence campaign. We are pleased that Congress recently voted to reauthorize this important legislation, which President Obama signed into law on March 7, 2013.
WGS, the Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation, creates and advances programs that help women and children, especially those affected by domestic violence, live healthy, safe and joy-filled lives. Learn about Robin’s ASPIRE Initiative and ASPIRE News App.
Dr. Phil and Robin are the official spokespersons for CASA, the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association. Dr. Phil explains why you should support CASA.