Social Activities

Max Biocare continues to proudly support Half The Sky Australia, a charitable organisation which was recently renamed as OneSky Australia, to reach more abandoned and disadvantaged children in China. In the first half of 2018, Max Biocare was able to help nearly 350 orphaned children in Hunan and Yunnan provinces, and more than 2,400 vulnerable young children by taking part in providing training to 492 caregivers participated in the National Training Program. As part of the program, tailored trainings for the caregivers are conducted based on the individual needs of the institution. Knowing children’s physical and mental development patterns and the characteristics

Christmas is just around the corner and to share the spirit of giving, Max Biocare supported a local music event organised by Indonesian students and music lovers earlier this December. The event, 'Sound of Music', was a successful afternoon of various performances and scrumptious afternoon tea in Armagh House, a community centre in Toorak, Victoria. More

Max Biocare extended our helping hand to those affected by Mangkhut typhoon in the Philippines, which is so far believed to be the planet’s most intense storm this year. Mangkhut super typhoon, locally known as Ompong, has left a trail of destruction across the northern Philippines. The storm tore off roofs, felled trees, triggered landslides and

To share the spirit of giving this season, Max Biocare is supporting Coburg Natural Therapy Centre’s 2017 Christmas charity donation program. During this festive season, Coburg Natural Therapy Centre has donated Max Biocare products to organisations and charities that care for elderly people, and disadvantaged pregnant women in Victoria, Australia. The organisations and charities that received the

Max Biocare continues to support Half The Sky Australia (HTSA), and attended the HTSA annual fundraising gala held in Melbourne on September 2nd, 2017. To help promote HTSA’s amazing charity work, Max Biocare representatives, George Thouas, Head of Research and Development, and Anna Shi, Sales Consultant, discussed Max Biocare’s support for HTSA in an interview

Max Biocare is currently looking for couple volunteers to complete a short market research survey. Upon completion, each couple will receive a $50 Coles Myer Gift Voucher in the mail. The survey involves: Reviewing marketing items used in a recent marketing campaign Couples (male and female partner) to complete either: (1) a phone survey (approx. 30 minutes

Max Biocare supports Code for Asia by sponsoring the #codeathon 2017 event in Vietnam. This is the first international learning hackathon event for gender equality in Vietnam. Code for Asia is a non-profit Singaporean organization established to promote inclusive coding in diverse communities and prepare young minds to code the future they desire. The #codeathon event is

Max Biocare supports the National Caregiver Training Program run by Half The Sky Australia (HTSA), a charitable organization that improves the lives of abandoned and disadvantaged children in China. The National Caregiver Training Program trains local caregivers and welfare administrators on caring for orphaned children, and helping these children thrive through educational programs. Training has been

Max Biocare supports Action on Poverty by donating to their Community Development Fund (CDF) in Vietnam. This fund was established to help families build their own long-term livelihoods, and break the poverty cycle. Action on Poverty is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that works with local communities in Asia Pacific and Africa, they believe ‘everyone deserves to

An update on our sponsored children, and the ‘Circle of Hope - Unlocking Dreams’ fundraising event Since the beginning of this year, Max Biocare has been sponsoring a special group of children at the Sanmenxia Welfare Centre. This centre was established by International China Concern (ICC), a charity organisation that helps abandoned and disabled children in

Max Biocare supports Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation by sponsoring children in Vietnam. The sponsor a child program helps disadvantaged children get access to quality education, and helps them pursue their dreams for a brighter future. Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation is an Australian charity working in Vietnam helping children in crisis. Founded in 2003, Blue Dragon Children’s

Max Biocare supports the work of International China Concern (ICC), a not-for-profit organization that helps abandoned and disabled children in China. ICC has a strong focus on developing strong platforms of love and care for children and enable them to live a full life. Founded in 1993, ICC rescues and cares for children with disabilities, and

SurfAid is an international development organisation that is dedicated to enriching lives, and increasing people’s choices and possibilities for realising their potential. SurfAid contributes to the efforts of communities to nurture positive change, and ensure local ownership so changes can be sustained well beyond the life of the project. Max Biocare has contributed to building community

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