Red Shoe Shuffle


It’s the 8th Annual Red Shoe Shuffle 5K Run & Walk! Join other Maxim employees on April 7th at 8:30 a.m. as we take one last lap around the current RMH neighborhood at Lexington Street. Help reach the $400,000 fundraising goal and celebrate the Happiest Day in Baltimore as the organization gets set to move … Continue reading Red Shoe Shuffle

Seeds of Change


The Billing Collections department recently had the pleasure of volunteering with the Community Action Council of Howard County at the Community Garden. Upon arrival, we were welcomed with a brief overview of how the garden works and how our contributions help to provide the food bank with organic selections of fresh vegetables not typically available … Continue reading Seeds of Change

Beyond the Game


MCF was recently told about a young man in the Baltimore-area community that has been suffering from brain cancer for several years. Now just 16 years old, Justin, has been fighting the disease since he was 12. He is on his third round of treatments, but his medical team feels that the current option may … Continue reading Beyond the Game

Supporting hope for local students


For their 2018 Maxim Service Day, the Marketing and Communications Department volunteered with Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore. We found this opportunity through our department Director, Jaclyn Pavelec-Ceesay, who serves on their board. The day began with the executive director, Karen Bond, educating us on the history of the organization, its mission and current … Continue reading Supporting hope for local students

Full bellies, full hearts


“A few weeks ago my son, Adrian, asked me if I had ever heard of “Snack Backpack.” I had no knowledge of it, and I asked him to explain it to me. With tears in his eyes, he explained that there are children who attend school with him that receive a bag every Friday. The … Continue reading Full bellies, full hearts