Philanthropic Involvement

Philanthropy is a cornerstone of Dr. Maas’ practice. His humanitarian work includes providing pro bono surgery domestically and abroad, as well as strengthening local Bay Area communities with charitable initiatives supporting children in need.

“The ultimate act of service is the unconditional sharing of knowledge, skills and time. This deeply-rooted commitment to serving others is why so many of us chose medicine, and it’s an honor to be in a position to give back.” — Dr. Maas

Learn more about some of Dr. Maas’ philanthropic efforts below.

Beauty for Books

Dr. Maas founded Beauty for Books in 2007. The non-profit organization gathers books and donations for the purchase of books for underfunded California schools and children who are in need of reading materials at home. Participants in the annual program are asked to donate new or nearly new books appropriate for grades K-8 or a minimum of $100. In return, donors receive a gift card for a skincare consultation and a complimentary aesthetic treatment.

To date, Beauty for Books has distributed over 30,000 books to the Oakland Unified School District, the Marin City Sausalito School District and the San Francisco Unified School District.

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Medical Missions

​​Dr. Maas volunteers his time with medical mission programs to perform surgeries in underserved communities abroad. Most recently, he joined other internationally-renowned doctors on a nine-day medical mission to Ukraine through the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery FACE TO FACE program.

FACE TO FACE partnered with local organizations in Ukraine and adjacent countries to assist people who suffered facial injuries in the Russia/Ukraine conflict. The mission also provided pro bono care to injured Ukrainian refugees.

Wounded Warrior Project

Dr. Maas supports the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that assists veterans and active duty service members. WWP’s vision is to “foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history” through programs, services, events and advocacy work.

Dr. Maas worked with a Vietnam veteran named Dennis Rolley, who was left with scarring on his forehead following a mortar attack. As Dennis aged, thinning hair resulted in the scar becoming more prominent. Dr. Maas performed hair grafting surgery to better hide the scarring and give Dennis peace of mind.

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Dr. Corey S. Maas

World Renowned Facial Plastic Surgeon