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The Max Foundation Joins Poptivism

At The Max Foundation, we’re always looking for innovative ways to raise awareness and expand funding for our patient-centered programs. Recently, that search led us to a new charitable partnership with PopSockets – the phone grip we love.

In 2018, PopSockets launched Poptivism, a consumer-driven charitable giving program designed to inspire activism and philanthropy. Poptivism works by partnering with nonprofits to design and sell unique PopSocket Grips (PopGrips for short), then donating 50% of the sale of those PopGrips to support the nonprofit’s mission (that’s us!).

To kick off our participation in the Poptivism program, we’ve created five unique PopGrips – one for each of the five global regions in which we work. Named after cities in each region, the designs draw inspiration from the joy, vitality, and determination of the patients and physicians we support.

Select a PopSocket below to get yours today!

“Tashkent” (pink) for Central Asia & the Caucuses

“Nairobi” (green) for Africa & the Middle East

“Bueno Aires” (navy) for Latin America

“Jakarta” (blue) for Asia-Pacific

“Mumbai” (rust) for South Asia

 

Please consider purchasing one of our Poptivism PopGrips today! With each purchase, you’ll help expand access to lifesaving cancer treatment the world over. Head to PopSockets.com to pick up one (or several!) for you and your friends. And don’t forget, once you’ve made your purchase, be sure to spread the good word on social media and tag The Max Foundation in your post!


Madé Lamont

Madé Lamont supports the Programs, Communications, and Development teams at Max HQ in Seattle. She is passionate about expanding access to treatment.



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