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.

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.

Proof Positive

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and volunteers, MCF was able to help in many diverse hardships such as house fires, escaping domestic violence, the impact of COVID, and coping with the unexpected loss of a loved one. In total, MCF made 47 grants in 2021, totaling $70,265 in charitable giving to Maxim employees.

Whether these payments kept people in their homes, their heat on in the winter, replaced children’s clothes lost in a fire, or something else, this money had a real and direct impact on the life of a coworker in need.

Lend a Hand

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

Fundraising Updates

We would like to thank our incredible donors who helped us raise gross contributions of $70,265 in 2021!

Recent assistance provided to our communities

In 2021, Outreach Committee, on behalf of MCF, donated more than $11,500 to our charitable partners, including BARCS, Bringing Hope Home, Boys Hope Girls Hope, Community Action Council of Howard County, and Helping Up Mission.

Outreach also coordinated Vitrual Donation Station drives via Amazon to provide vital supplies to Helping Up Mission, BARCS, United Way and Community Action Council of Howard County. Additionally, the committee helped CAC’s Head Start program by providing 64 beach towels, and a total of 62 winter coats, to the kids who attend the Head Start program.