The Taylor Moxey Foundation
The ‘Taylor Moxey Foundation’ was created to empower, educate and endow young girls and boys, with the necessary tools to become civic-minded entrepreneurs and leaders. To fulfill this mission the ‘Taylor Moxey Foundation’ utilized Taylor’s love of reading to create a safe space for our future leaders to imagine, discover and create. This initiative was brought to life with the ‘Taylor Moxey Library’ project.
The ‘Taylor Moxey Library’ project has inspired the imaginations of both children and adults. Constructed of pod-style buildings created from repurposed shipping containers Taylor Moxey libraries are the perfect space to learn and discover.
With the groundbreaking success of two library locations — one in the village of Moxey Town, Andros, Bahamas; and, the other in Omni Park, Downtown Miami, Florida — the ‘Taylor Moxey Library’ project continues to educate the youth through the power of reading.
In addition, to opening libraries, the ‘Taylor Moxey Foundation’ had the opportunity to join efforts with TECHO to build homes in communities of extreme poverty in Latin America and Haiti. In an effort to advocate volunteers for TECHO; Taylor used her platform as a public speaker to encourage her peers to become youth volunteers.
Overall, Taylor’s successes as a philanthropist along with establishing the ‘Taylor Moxey Foundation’, earned her the 2015 President's Voluntary Service Award and AFP Miami’s 2018 Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award. Alongside these accomplishments, Taylor had the honor of August 18th being proclaimed as "Taylor Moxey Day" in Miami-Dade County.
As the ‘Taylor Moxey Foundation’ continues to make strides to accomplish the mission to empower, educate and endow the youth; success is limitless for Taylor and her foundation.