The purpose of the Ian Mavor Foundation is to relieve poverty, suffering and distress for the poor, the sick, the dying and the bereaved and deliver core life skills and counselling services and education to children living with life-limiting illnesses and their families. To rehabilitate women and children in need who have symptoms of PTSD and are traumatised by domestic violence, imprisonment, suicide or the death of a parent or partner through natural disasters, war or murder.
Key Causes we support
To offer scholarships to attend the Paradise Kids program on the Gold Coast, Queensland. The program is designed to educate children who are victims of domestic violence, or incest, or abuse, or who are grieving the death of a parent or sibling.
To assist fundraising efforts for the Samoa Victim Support Group (SVSG) who are dedicated to providing support and care for child victims of domestic abuse and sexual crimes such as rape and incest.
To provide funding for the Eyes on Bullying program that is designed for eight to eleven year olds. It provides children with the skills to emotionally deal with bullying and provide strategies to reclaim the self-confidence and power that bullies take away.