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We are passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of those who need a helping hand.
We focus on food insecurity issues and supporting at risk children in the US. We are proud to support the following partners and help accelerate the work they do to change lives and do good.
We dream that no one worries about where they will get their next meal, sleep, or get meaningful healthcare. Our goal is to snuff out hunger & provide resources that will build stronger, more resilient individuals and communities.
A child at risk is less likely to transition successfully into adulthood. Our mission is to support organizations that can provide our youth with the tools needed for academic success and job readiness. Access to these tools ensures a future of financial stability and high hopes of becoming a positive member of society.
Globally, we support refugees, provide access to robust health care and fight for equality for women.
The Mayo Family Foundation stands firm in its fight to ensure women live free from violence & discrimination, have access to education, and earn a fair and equal wage.
There are 1.4 billion people in India. 72% of the population is said to be rural. Access to burn units in rural India is almost unheard of. The Mayo Family is working on several projects, including building burn units in hospitals in rural India.
In 2021, Mayo Family Foundation orchestrated the largest public-private partnership rescue effort out of Afghanistan. In just 147 hours, we successfully rescued 147 Hazar women who are now settled in the United States. Our foundation actively manages their cases. Join us in commemorating the two-year withdrawal anniversary with out media tour.
To stay updated on the Mayo Family Foundation activity and the “Afghan Girls Story”. Please visit our Instagram handle or sign up for the quarterly on the website.
If you want to get involved, please email: Bernadette@mayoglobal.com
Let’s make a difference together!
The Mayo Family Foundation in collaboration with Crockett Elementary and their principal, Sean Hanifan, will distribute food boxes donated by Saint Mary’s Food Bank to the at-risk youth in the community.
Serving low-income communities nutritious meals.