Since its inception, MCF has provided financial support to hundreds of individuals during some of the most difficult times in their lives. In addition to contributing financially to other charitable organizations and our community partners, MCF serves others through volunteer work.
During the second quarter of 2021, MCF approved 10 grants totaling over $15,000 in charitable giving to Maxim employees struggling through financial hardship.
Throughtout the years, MCF has assisted employees rebuilding after house fires, escaping domestic violence, coping with unexpected loss of loved ones and other challenging life situations. This represents MCF’s sustained commitment to servicing and supporting our Maxim employees.
MCF relies on donations from employees like you to help fellow employees and others in need. HQ and office fundraising is our main source of financial support. To learn more about how you can help, email MaximCharitableFoundation@maxhealth.com
We would like to thank our incredible donors who helped us raise gross contributions of $17,739 through the second quarter of 2021!
- With your support through the MCF Amazon Virtual Donation Station, MCF was able to supply the children who attend the Howard County Community Action Council’s Head Start Program with 32 new coats last winter and 64 new towels to use on their day trips to the pool this summer! Participate in the the MCF Amazon Virtual Donation Station to help assist our community partners!
- MCF Made a donation to the Bringing Hope Home 5th Annual Great Guys Dinner. This outreach initiative raises money for local families with family members currently undergoing cancer treatment at various hospitals located in Baltimore, MD. With your support, we are able to make a difference for these families through the Light of Hope Grant Program.
- With your generous donations, MCF was able to make a donation to the Helping Up Mission in support of their Center for Women and Children. The Helping Up Mission is dedicated to helping men and women fighting addiction and homelessness get their lives back.