The Kazman Foundation for Charitable Giving was founded in January 2014.
Our Mission is to support and partner with local health organizations, hospitals and charities across the GTA.
By supporting organizations in our community, we hope to alleviate everyday stress and pressure for those coping with disease, ultimately creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.
Founder, Max Kazman has worked for the community of Brampton for over 30 years as a committed educator and dedicated volunteer.
Max has been actively involved with the Kidney Foundation of Canada since he donated his kidney to his brother, Marty Kazman in 2002. For many years Max dedicated his time as a volunteer on the board of directors and helped organize and plan community events.
In previous years Max has volunteered and worked with organizations such as the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Terry Fox Foundation and Canadian Cancer Society.
Max served in education as a teacher, vice-principal and principal in Peel for 30 years. He was actively involved in fundraising and founded the track and field events across Brampton, which now take-place across Peel.
Max is the founder of the Kazman Foundation for Charitable Giving, and has raised funds for several organizations, including: The Giving Dreams Foundation, William Osler Health System Foundation, A Child's Voice Foundation and the Kidney Foundation of Canada. He received the Volunteer of the Year Award in 2009 and the President's Award of the Kidney Foundation in 2010. Max is married to his wife, Heidie and has two children, Peter and Ryah.