At MAX, we are committed to making the communities we serve even better places to live, work, and play. From corporate donations to volunteering in our communities, we seek to make a difference and serve causes that matter most to you, our customers.

Throughout our 60 year history, MAX has supported hundreds of local non-profits with thousands of dollars in sponsorship, donations and grants. In 2016, MAX donated $40,000 to eight local non-profits.

The non-profits are:

- Alabama Shakespeare Festival

- BigHouse Foundation

- EAT South

- MANE

- The Montgomery Museum of Fine Art

- The Prattville Field of Dreams

- Storybook Farm

- W.E.L.C.O.M.E.

We are excited to see our community investments continue to impact Central Alabama, East Alabama, West Georgia and beyond!


We started the MAX4Kids Foundation®, a non-profit organization that was created in 2001 by MAX associates as a way to give back to our community. We started the MAX Capital City Classic, bringing the biggest college rivalry in the nation to Riverwalk Stadium, and the MAX Fireworks with the Montgomery Biscuits. We honor game-changers in our community with the MAX Community Achievement Award, an honor MAX gives annually at the MAX Community Reception. And you've probably heard of #MAXgives, where MAX donates money to the local non-profit organizations of your choice, selected by you — our community.


To Date This year, We've Volunteered Hours.

In 2015, nearly 200 MAX team members spent more than 1,800 hours serving the community through MAX volunteer efforts. From building homes for Habitat for Humanity to delivering meals to seniors through MACOA's Meals on Wheels Program, almost fifty organizations were impacted by the efforts. This year, MAX is hoping to beat that total by placing even more emphasis on our volunteerism programs.


  • Local AWF chapters host annual Wild Game Cook-Offs across the state. These competitions are excellent ways for backyard chefs to show off their culinary skills and enjoy fun, fellowship, and fabulous food with those in their communities.
    Alabama Wildlife Federation- Cookoff
    48 hours
  • MAX volunteers assisted local AMBUCS Amtrykes recipients at children's hospitals across the state. AMBUCS has provided more than 30,000 Amtrykes to people with disabilities across America.
    AMBUCS
    12 hours
  • MAX's Human Resources team volunteers to work with students on interview skills, preparing them for a future of success.
    Career Development Seminars
    19 hours
  • MAX team members assist in academic lessons and student activities.
    Common Ground Tutoring
    40 hours
  • MAX volunteers participated in the Food Pantry packing event. The FGC offers a full range of services including counseling, parenting education, marriage enrichment, mentoring, child care support services, senior services, career development and other therapeutic services for families.
    Family Guidance Center - Food Pantry
    22 hours
  • MAX team members volunteered to answer questions and give financial advice to people at the Friendship Mission.
    Financial Education at the Friendship Mission
    4 hours
  • MAX team members volunteered to teach students about the importance of budgeting and saving.
    Financial Education for Students
    13 hours
  • MAX team members influence the future of our community by tutoring first-graders.
    Halcyon Elementary School
    21 hours
  • MAX volunteers use their Saturdays to assist in office support and dog walking for humane shelters in Montgomery, Elmore, Autauga, and Lee counties.
    Humane Shelters
    149 hours
  • In Lee County, Alabama, thousands of students qualify for free or reduced lunch from their local schools. This ensures those children get hot, healthy lunches during the school week. But what about the weekends? MAX volunteers assisted in packing weekend meals for children experiencing food insecurity.
    Jason Dufner Charitable Foundation
    3 hours
  • Supporters from MAX gathered at the Robert Trent Jones (RTJ) Capitol Hill Golf Trail in Prattville, AL to volunteer and play on the Senator Course to raise funds in support of MACOA and Meals On Wheels during the 15th Annual Swinging Fore Seniors Golf Classic.
    MACOA - Golf Tournament
    6 hours
  • MAX volunteers assisted MACOA in their annual March for Meals campaign, which raises awareness and fund-raising for the Meals on Wheels program throughout the month of March.
    MACOA - March for Meals
    8 hours
  • Meals On Wheels is MACOA's popular flagship program. MAX team members volunteer throughout the year, often sacrificing their own lunch breaks, to deliver hot lunches to hundreds of homebound seniors who are unable to prepare their own meals.
    MACOA - Meals on Wheels - Montgomery
    85 hours
  • MAX volunteers had a blast assisting children in fun Easter events at the Eastdale branch and corporate office location.
    MAX4Kids - Easter Egg Hunt
    59 hours
  • MAX sponsors an on-site document destruction events in an effort to help consumers prevent identity theft. Residents of our communities are encouraged to bring old documents for shredding and recycling, as well as a donation of non-perishable food to benefit the Montgomery Area Food Bank.
    Paper Shred Drives
    58 hours
  • MAX volunteers tipped the scale for a great cause. Scale Back Alabama, the statewide weight loss program, celebrated its 10th anniversary by breaking the Guinness World Record for the most people on one scale. Scale Back encourages Alabamians to get healthy and to have fun at the same time.
    Scale Back Alabama - Montgomery
    14 hours
  • MAX volunteers had a blast assisting children in fun Easter events at Storybook Farm. Storybook Farm provides horseback riding therapy that serves children and young adults who face obstacles such as autism, cerebral palsy, cognitive delays, sensory integration issues and bereavement situations to name a few.
    Storybook Farm - Easter Egg Hunt
    2 hours
  • MAX volunteers work as buddies with The Miracle League. The Miracle League provides opportunities for children with disabilities to play Miracle League baseball, regardless of their abilities. The Miracle League promotes the construction of special facilities that meet the unique needs of Miracle League players and their families.
    The Miracle League - Buddies
    28 hours
  • MAX was proud to join hands with the community for the River Region United Way 2016 Day of Action. River Region United Way partnered with the MACOA to help draw attention to some unmet needs. More than 1,000 frozen meals were delivered by volunteers to homebound seniors who are currently on MACOA’s Meals on Wheels waiting list.
    United Way - Day of Action
    27 hours

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