2012 Annual Report - PDF
In our 2012 MAX Annual Report, we focus on the theme: Global vision. Local impact.
Throughout the pages of the report, you will hear the voices of our team around
the world, as they share insights on how they maximized our global network and partnered
with local groups to organize events, conferences, webinars, and campaigns with
the goal of improving the lives of people affected by blood and rare cancers. As
well, we share highlights from core programs and services, including our MAX Global
Helpline, our MAX Diagnostics initiative, as well as our dynamic tracking platforms.
Thanks to all of our funders, partners, and supporters who make each and every achievement
2011 Annual Report - PDF
2011 was a breakthrough year for The MAX Foundation and you can read all about our
collaborations and innovations in our 2011 Annual Report. This year, joining forces
with committed organizations and indviduals we proved that thinking outside the
box, we can break down the tallest barriers to optimal survival of people living
with cancer around the world. Enjoy the report and thank you for being an important
part of all our successes!
2010 Annual Report - PDF
2010 was a year marked by a conscious effort to maximize our impact in the community
by expanding our partnerships. With this philosophy in mind, we launched into seeking
new, effective working relationships and focusing on outcomes. Our partnerships
have involved survivors and caregivers, physicians and other health care professionals,
the community at large as well as industry and other NGOs. In total, we provided
services to more than 22,000 patients, an increase of 30 percent, and we reached
organizations in 30 countries with the Maximize Life Global Cancer Awareness Campaign,
our most successful campaign to date.
2009 Annual Report - PDF
This year we dedicated to activities aimed at eradicating the stigma of cancer.
Through a variety of initiatives under the Maximize Life motto, we promoted the
concept of maximizing life with cancer, emphasizing that cancer survivors can live
full lives and be productive members of society. After all, it is stigma which contributes
to delayed diagnosis and a lack of local resources for support, while access to
education, prevention and treatment are crucial for minimizing the looming global
2008 Annual Report - PDF
The year 2008 was filled with Celebrations of Life, cancer awareness activities,
cancer educational workshops and patient newsletters. It was a busy year, filled
with community volunteering and organizing in countries like Chile, India, Malaysia,
Philippines and Mexico. Our affiliate patient support groups provide the ideal framework
to channel positive change into local communities.