AB Mauri is actively involved in the communities where we operate. We support a number of causes, with a special interest in North America and commitment to supporting those that enhance the quality of life. These include feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and strengthening families. Our charitable giving includes food banks, homeless shelters, affordable housing initiatives, hospitals, health-related organizations and other related causes.

AB Mauri® North America encourages all staff members to become personally involved within their local communities. We encourage employees to donate to worthy organizations and help facilitate corporate acts of giving by making donations of time & talent as part of its corporate culture. Employee contributions are matched through the AB Mauri® North America Matching Gifts program. Examples of organizations that benefit from this program include:

  • American Heart Association (USA)
  • American Diabetes Association (USA)
  • No Kid Hungry / Share Our Strength (USA)
  • Project Bread – The Walk For Hunger (USA)
  • Wounded Warriors (USA)
  • Alexandra Centre (Calgary, Alberta)
  • Centraide (LaSalle, Quebec)
  • Operation en Fant Soleil (LaSalle, Quebec)
  • Fondation de Hopital Juif (LaSalle, Quebec)
  • Societe St. Vincent de Paul (LaSalle, Quebec)
  • Fondation Canadienne des Ponglers Morts en Service (LaSalle, Quebec)

  • Hunt County Shared Ministries (Greenville, Texas)
  • Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (Memphis, Tennessee)
  • Eikon Ministries (Memphis, Tennessee)
  • Abbas Helping Hands (Memphis, Tennessee)
  • Through The Roof – Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Memphis, Tennessee)
  • Cancer Support Community (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Griffin Center – East St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Circle of Concern (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Delta Gamma Center (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Feed My Starving Children (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Wilsonville, Oregon)
  • Mid-South Food Bank (Memphis, Tennessee)


LaSalle, Quebec, Canada

Centraide du Grand Montréal promotes voluntary and social involvement, develops community action and builds caring communities. About 500,000 needy people in Greater Montreal are helped through the agencies and projects supported by Centraide. Their vision is to develop ties between all the components of our society — community agencies, businesses, institutions, people who receive help, donors, etc. —to transform Greater Montreal into a caring environment where the less fortunate can live in dignity.

La Société de Saint-Vincent de Paul provides counseling, food, clothing and furniture to any person living in a difficult situation that requires specific support. Today, in Greater Montreal, nearly 2,000 volunteers work each day in nearly 150 locations to assist the needy in the community.

Opérations Enfant Soleil raises funds to push the boundaries of pediatric care. Funds support innovative research, teaching, technology and state-of-the-art medical care. This organization is a large network of volunteers, collaborators and caring partners who assist the sick children of Quebec.

AGIR Ste-Justine is a volunteer organization committed to helping children with kidney disease. The organization focuses on funding innovative research, providing education and support, promoting access to high quality healthcare and increasing public awareness and commitment to advancing kidney health and organ donation.

Segal Cancer Centre at Jewish General Hospital has a mission to deliver expert clinical care in a compassionate manner. The Centre provides patients with the most comprehensive approach to care, combining cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, psychosocial support, nutritional support and clinical and fundamental research in cancer.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Alexandra Centre, under the direction of the Alexandra Centre Society, hosts a number of community services and programs, including a day care and writers’ group.


Memphis, Tennessee, United States

The Mid-South Food Bank serves 309 charitable feeding programs in 31 Mid-South counties; The Food Bank fights hunger by efficiently collecting and distributing wholesome food, while educating the community about the problem of hunger and advocating on behalf of hungry people. The Food Bank is a member of Feeding America, the national network of foodbanks and a founding member of  the Safety Net Collaborative.

The Memphis Union Mission ministers to the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of men, women and children who are homeless, addicted, and in crisis.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in the city of Memphis and surrounding areas, and to building decent housing for all people a matter of conscience and action. Habitat works in partnership with families in need of adequate shelter to build simple, decent homes.

Greenville, Texas, United States

Hunt County Shared Ministries (HCSM), formerly known as FISH, is a partnership between area churches, businesses, other non-profits, county foundations and other social service organizations. The partnership feeds the hungry and helps families through crisis situations, such as financial difficulties or medical emergencies. HCSM helps families in Hunt County eat well and live well each and every day.