MAX is delighted to announce it has made donations totalling $20,000 to four important Australian charities.
MAX Solutions charitable foundation makes regular donations to worthwhile causes, with employee contributions matched dollar-for-dollar by the company.
In its latest round of support, the MAX Foundation has donated $5,000 each to veteran charities, Young Diggers and Young Veterans, as well as homelessness support charity, Nightlight, and the Pat Cronin Foundation, which is campaigning to end the ‘coward punch’.
The donations will help pay for crucial campaigns, events and equipment to support those living without a permanent address, raise awareness around violent conduct, and help veterans make the transition from military to civilian life.
MAX Managing Director, Deborah Homewood, said: “Each of these charities make a lasting difference to the lives of the people they come into contact with. We’re very proud to support their work.
“Many of our team help customers who are effected by the issues that Young Veterans, Young Diggers, Nightlight and the Pat Cronin Foundation campaign on.
“We are grateful beyond words for the positive impact that these four wonderful charities are having within the communities we serve.”
The MAX Foundation is dedicated to helping worthwhile causes across the country. It provides grants of up to $5,000 to charities that support on issues including mental health, homelessness, migrant services, community support, employment and more.