MAX Foundation continues its support of valuable Australian charities

Published by MAXSolutions on February 08, 2022
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MAX Solutions charitable arm, the MAX Foundation, has made donations totalling $25,000 to five deserving Australian charities in its latest grant release.

To assist each group to continue their critical work across the country, the MAX Foundation has donated $5,000 each to the following organisations:

- Mental health service provider, Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation

- Homeless shower and laundry service, Orange Sky

- Charities combating women’s homelessness and domestic violence, Share the Dignity and Defenders for Hope

- Neurodiversity champions, Empower Autism

MAX Solutions Managing Director Deborah Homewood commended every grant recipient for the work they do in their respective fields. 

“Working as closely with the community as we do, MAX understands the complexities of life that people face. We know that sometimes people need an extra helping hand, for any number of reasons,” said Deborah. 

“We understand the importance that charities, like these, play, and I’m delighted that MAX can contribute in some way to each continuing its fantastic work.”

“It is the MAX mission to give every person, every chance and, working with likeminded organisations, we are one step closer to achieving that lofty goal.”

The MAX Foundation is dedicated to helping communities across the country. It provides grants to charities that support vulnerable communities, including disability, mental health, homelessness, migrant services, community support, employment and more.

MAX Solutions staff help to determine which deserving organisations receive MAX Foundation grants each year, by submitting their suggestions directly to the foundation. Thank you to all who put suggestions forward for this latest round. 


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