Four charities working with some of Australia’s most vulnerable groups have received $5,000 each from MAX Solutions’ charitable arm, the MAX Foundation.
“Through the MAX Foundation, we support the growth of social enterprises that are making a real difference in the communities we serve,” Ms Homewood said.
“The donations made from the MAX Foundation have a direct impact on the people, and communities we’re working with.
Every dollar contributed to the foundation by our staff is matched by MAX Solutions, making contributions go even further.”
Youngcare provides fully accessible and age-appropriate living spaces, grants for equipment and home modifications for young Australians with high needs.
Based in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Purple House provides vital transport and respite care for Indigenous dialysis patients, as well as important social support for regional and remote communities.
Support is provided by Specialisterne to help employers understand, value, and include the unique skills and capabilities of people on the autism spectrum.
As the peak non-government organisation for the disorder, Bipolar Australia provides broad-based education programs and promotes a positive understanding among health care professionals and service providers.