In honor of our son, Max and his life-saving bone marrow transplant journey, the mission of Max's Meals & More is to nourish inpatient children and their families at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute through meals, comfort items and support activities.
News & Announcements
Registration for our 8th annual family-friendly fundraiser, Kick Up Your Heels for Max's Meals to be held on Friday, March 22nd, 2019 is now closed but, you can still purchase tickets at the door!
Max's Meals & More and The 43 will not be sponsoring the Warm the Night with Light luminary event in Anderson Township and Newtown, Ohio this year, for a number of reasons. Thanks to those that participated in the past. We may pick it up again in the future.
Max's Meals was selected by the Hyde Park Busken (at the corner of Madison & Edwards Roads) to be a recipient of their Pies for a Purpose program! As a result, we will be distributing over 100 pumpkin pies to the families of the Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's for Thanksgiving!
Thanks to all those that joined us for a night of family fun for all ages at our 7th annual Kick Up Your Heels for Max's Meals fundraiser held on Friday, April 6th at the Anderson Center. It was a great night and a huge success! Hope to see you there next year!
Max's Meals was thrilled to take part again the 11th annual Cancer Survivor's Day, sponsored by the Cincinnati Children's - Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at the Cincinnati Zoo. We shared 200 bags of cotton candy with lots of giggling, happy survivors and their families! It was a great day!
In honor of Max's 14th birthday on December 26th, 2015, Max's Meals was thrilled to contribute a check for $14,000 toward Dr. Stella Davies bone marrow failure research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital!
Max's Meals launched a new offering for the patients and caregivers of the Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital early in 2016 and has provided over 75 Helping Hands Bags to the caregivers of bone marrow transplant patients in CBDI. These bags are filled with items that "experienced caregivers" found helpful when first leaving the hospital after a long stay with their sick children. Our hope is that these bags help caregivers know that someone is thinking of them during this difficult time.