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MAXIMUS Foundation Provides Financial Support to More than 120 Nonprofit Organizations Serving Disadvantaged Populations

Thursday, June 11, 2015 6:30 am EDT

Dateline:

RESTON, Va.

Public Company Information:

NYSE:
MMS
"The diverse array of our grantees represents the diverse nature of the Company and we are privileged to have the opportunity to support their admirable work."

RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MAXIMUS (NYSE: MMS), a leading provider of government services worldwide, announced today that the MAXIMUS Foundation has distributed approximately $390,000 in grants to 121 nonprofit organizations in 22 states as part of its most recent grant cycle.

As the philanthropic arm of MAXIMUS, the Foundation extends the mission of the Company by identifying and awarding grants to partners with specialized expertise to deliver results within the same populations and communities served by the public programs the Company operates. The MAXIMUS Foundation is completely funded by MAXIMUS and its employees, and provides grants to local community organizations with programs and projects in the areas of child and youth development, health and community development.

“The MAXIMUS Foundation provides a strategic way for employees and the Company to give back to and engage with our communities, carefully selecting nonprofit partners who have the expertise to enhance our communities and quality of life,” commented Dr. John Boyer, Chairman of the MAXIMUS Foundation. “The diverse array of our grantees represents the diverse nature of the Company and we are privileged to have the opportunity to support their admirable work.”

The grants were distributed to the following organizations:

 

Arizona:

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
Youth On Their Own
 

California:

Hart Community Homes
Challenged Athletes Foundation
Community Family Guidance Center
Compass Family Services
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Los Angeles
Court Appointed Special Advocates of San Luis Obispo County, Inc.
Family Health Centers of San Diego
Hospitality Industry Training & Education Fund
Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
Illumination Foundation
Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank
KidWorks Community Development Corporation
Monarch School Project
Positive Resource Center
Project Dignity
Stanford Youth Solutions
 

Colorado:

Colorado Youth for a Change
Denver Children's Home
Denver Rescue Mission
Hope House of Colorado
 

Connecticut:

Special Olympics Connecticut, Inc.
 

District of Columbia:

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard Of Hearing
Bright Beginnings, Inc.
DC Youth Orchestra Program
DEA Educational Foundation
Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena
La Clinica del Pueblo
LIFT Inc.
McClendon Center
The Fishing School, Inc.
The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command
 

Florida:

Abilities, Inc. of Florida
Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida
New Horizons of Southwest Florida
South Brevard Women's Center, Inc.
 

Georgia:

Bobby Dodd Institute
Living Room, Inc.
Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center
 

Illinois:

Catholic Charities Diocese of Joliet
Erie Neighborhood House
Healthcare Alternative Systems, Inc.
Holy Family Ministries
Julie & Michael Tracy Family Foundation
La Casa Norte
Lawrence Hall Youth Services
The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
 

Indiana:

AIDS Task Force
Noble Inc.
 

Maryland:

A Wider Circle, Inc.
Family League of Baltimore, Inc.
KEEN Greater DC
Mobile Medical Care, Inc.
 

Massachusetts:

Cradles to Crayons
Housing Families Inc.
Hyde Square Task Force
Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy
Raw Art Works, Inc.
Roca, Inc.
Sociedad Latina, Inc.
 

Michigan:

Arbor Hospice
 

New York:

Abraham House
CASES
Center for Court Innovation/Fund for the City of New York
Coalition for the Homeless, Inc.
Common Ground Communities, Inc. d/b/a Community Solutions
Community-Word Project, Inc.
Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc.
Move This World
New York Common Pantry
Odyssey House Inc.
The Children's Village, Inc.
The New York Foundling Hospital
Women's Prison Association
 

North Carolina:

Chatham Outreach Alliance, Inc.
Safe Alliance
 

Oklahoma:

Young Women's Christian Association of Oklahoma City
 

Pennsylvania:

Mazzoni Center
Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Montgomery County PA
Temple University d/b/a Temple Health Connection
 

South Carolina:

Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach Services, Inc.
Palmetto Project, Begin with Books Program
 

Tennessee:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee
Nashville Young Women's Christian Association
Prospect, Inc.
 

Texas:

Any Baby Can of San Antonio, Inc.
Association for Independent Living
Austin Children's Shelter
Captain Hope's Kids
Child Advocates, Inc.
Child Protective Services Community Partners
Council on At-Risk Youth
Galaxy Counseling Center
Helping Restore Ability
Mental America of Greater Dallas
Minnie's Food Pantry
PediPlace
People's Community Clinic, Inc.
Project Transitions Inc.
Williamson County Crisis Center d/b/a Hope Alliance
 

Vermont:

Committee on Temporary Shelter
Community Health Centers of Burlington
Spectrum Youth and Family Services
 

Virginia:

All Ages Read Together
Apple Ridge Farm, Inc.
Carpenter's Shelter
Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia, Inc. d/b/a The Up Center
Children's AIDS Fund
ChildSavers
Cornerstones, Inc.
Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, Inc. (WETA)
Herndon-Reston FISH, Inc.
Marian Homes, Inc.
Operation Smile
Our Daily Bread, Inc.
Presbyterian Homes and Family Services, Inc. d/b/a Human Kind
Resources for Independent Living, Inc.
The Arc of Northern Virginia
The Good Shepherd Alliance
United Community Ministries
 

Wisconsin:

ArtWorks for Milwaukee
Pathfinders
 

About MAXIMUS

Since 1975, MAXIMUS has operated under its founding mission of Helping Government Serve the People®, enabling citizens around the globe to successfully engage with their governments at all levels and across a variety of health and human services programs. MAXIMUS delivers innovative business process management and technology solutions that contribute to improved outcomes for citizens and higher levels of productivity, accuracy, accountability and efficiency of government-sponsored programs. With approximately 16,000 employees worldwide, MAXIMUS is a proud partner to government agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.maximus.com.

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