Social Responsibility

Mike Kogan Consulting is dedicated to finding ways to give back to its community as well as to the world at large. To this end, MKC has participated in the following programs.

Mike Kogan Consulting and the Joe Namath FoundationMike Kogan | Giving Back To Ocean County NJ

Mike Kogan, President and CEO of Mike Kogan Consulting has had a stakeholder position in the Joe Namath March of Dimes Celebrity Annual Golf Classic since the event’s inception in 2006. The annual two-day, three course event raises over $1.1 million annually for the March of Dimes’ fight against birth defects. It is named for the event’s host, Joe Namath, star quarterback of the 1969 Super Bowl Champions and a NFL Hall of Fame member.
In late 2015, it was announced from the NYC headquarters of the March of Dimes, that Mike Kogan was to be honored at this year’s event with the Tommy Wilson “Spirit of Giving Award”. The award, which Kogan will receive with the five other honorees, will be given at the event’s culmination, the dinner on September 22, 2016 at the Carlyle at Bethpage State Park.

Mike Kogan Consulting and “Give Kids the World”

Mike Kogan | Giving Back To Ocean County NJ Mike Kogan Consulting was chosen as a contractor for the “Give Kids the World Extreme Makeover” event. MKC and its team spent two weeks refurbishing and retrofitting the guest villas. Led by MKC’s VP of Field Operations, David Fex, a 56-person crew, which at one point swelled to 80, worked 18-hour shifts to complete the 12 “Phase 4” villas in Fairytale Forest.


Give Kids the World Village is a 79-acre, nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides week-long, cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Give Kids the World recently celebrated its 30th Anniversary.

Mike Kogan Consulting and “The Mustard Seed”

In 2016, Mike Kogan Consulting made a commitment to “The Mustard Seed of Central Florida” Furniture and Clothing Bank.

During the group’s sixth annual “Chairs 4 Charity”, Mike Kogan Consulting took a sponsorship position which enabled 233 families “begin to rebuild their lives with all the furniture they need to make a house a home.”


“The mission of the Mustard Seed, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization is to help rebuild the lives of families and individuals who have suffered disaster or personal tragedy by providing household furnishings and clothing while being environmentally responsible to our community. We deconstruct mattresses to generate revenue, to save the landfill space and to be environmentally friendly. “