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Employees serving at Food & Friends Program in D.C.
Right to left: Tirhas Wubneh, Carrie Colella, Tionne Scott, Rex Yancey, Morgan Coles, Dan Blitz, and Betty Iticha (pictured in the front)
Employees meeting with Rio Grande Children’s Home to notify them of their Foundation Grant Award.

Maximus employees pictured: Marie Duque (far left), Alejandra Sandoval (3rd from right), and Glen Gonzalez (far right)

Over the years, the Maximus Foundation has grown to reach more and more communities where we live and work. This achievement is not just a Foundation success but a testament to the dedication, commitment, and compassion of those who make it all possible—our partners!

In 2023, the Maximus Foundation awarded a record-high $2.2 million grant awards to 191 nonprofits across 31 states and the District of Columbia. Since our founding in 2000, we have awarded more than 2,600 grants totaling $11.5 million to nonprofits based in the U.S., thanks to the support of 2,500 employee donors.

As we celebrate the Foundation’s anniversary, we encourage you to take a moment to reflect on the lives touched, communities supported, and stories shared from across the country. Learn more about the impact in the 2022 Foundation Annual Report.

The Foundation is excited about where we’re going and the possibilities for the future. Thank you to our partners for helping the Maximus Foundation in supporting our communities and for the impact that lies ahead.

Giving back to the communities we serve

The Maximus Foundation is one of the ways Maximus employees are doing something greater together. Established by the Maximus Board of Directors in 2000, the Maximus Foundation is an independent, employee-led, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Employee donors pool their contributions together through the Foundation, increasing their community impact by supporting nonprofits that serve the same communities we do. Employee donors double their impact through Maximus’ dollar-for-dollar matching pledge and make their voices heard by nominating and voting for future grantee partners. Learn more at