Special to the
Opelika Observer

MAX, in conjunction with the MAX4Kids Foundation®, hosted a shopping trip, benefitting a local non-profit: Big House Foundation’s Santa’s Workshop. Big House Foundation’s Santa’s Workshop helps make Christmas unforgettable for children in foster care, in and around Lee County, by giving parents the opportunity to select Christmas gifts for their children. Santa’s Workshop was held on Dec. 15, serving more than 50 foster and adoptive families in the Lee County area. The Big House Foundation helps to provide services and meet the needs of foster families and children in foster care.
MAX employees held a shopping trip to purchase and deliver several toys for Big House Foundation’s Santa’s Workshop. The MAX4Kids Foundation was honored to partner with the Big House Foundation to help make Christmas a little brighter for those foster children and their families.
About the MAX4Kids Foundation
The MAX4Kids Foundation® is a non-profit organization that was created in 2001 by MAX associates as a way to give back to the communities MAX serves. Throughout the year, MAX volunteers hold fundraisers that include the MAX4Kids Annual Charity Golf Tournament, blue jean days, candy bar sales and other events to raise money. To date, the foundation has awarded more than $1 million to local children’s charities and the MAX4Kids Scholarship program.
For more information, contact Brooke Foster at 334-215-4644 or by email at bfoster@myMAX.com
About MAX
MAX is a leading, locally owned financial institution in Alabama, with more than $1 billion in assets. Serving our communities for more than 60 years, MAX provides a full suite of consumer and business financial products, including checking, savings, loans, wealth management, insurance, mortgages, online and mobile banking. MAX has 17 branch locations across its Alabama footprint.
For more information, visit www.myMAX.com.