The 1913 Lavis Pathway Team is an active network of change makers, committed to ending poverty and overcoming barriers to social and economic inclusion for all South Australians.
As the heartbeat of our care and compassion for those in need, team members are the trusted friends by the side of those doing it tough who won’t walk away or give up on people who need support to move beyond life’s toughest challenges. Without the invaluable support of the 1913 Lavis Pathway Team, people today would go hungry and cold.
100% of donations go to help the WestCare Centre.
The Lavis Pathway Team is named for Robert Lavis, who was the first Superintendent of the West End Mission (now the WestCare Centre), and his wife Lucy.
The Lavis’ had a God-given desire to serve the homeless people and hungry children. Having witnessed the great need of the men, women and children around them they established a kindergarten with accommodation for over 200 children and created a Pathway to Hope to help transform the lives they saw around them.
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