Gearing up the youth for the race of life

Group picture with three young kids at racetrack
Group image with mother and daughter at racetrack

Our Mission

Mavix Community Outreach began with a clear vision: to bridge the gap between the motorsports industry and young individuals who were passionate but lacked opportunity. We recognized the rich learning environment that motorsports provided—a unique blend of technology, teamwork, and tenacity.

Who We Are

At Mavix Community Outreach, we believe in the transformative power of community, passion, and opportunity.

Through the exhilarating world of motorsports, we introduce foster children and adolescents to an arena where precision meets thrill, and teamwork fuels the journey to the finish line. Our commitment goes beyond the race track; it is about fostering lifelong skills and igniting a spark that propels our youth towards a future they can steer with confidence.

Why do we stand out?

It’s simple. We blend the spirit of motorsports with the foundations of growth and learning. Our collaboration with other nonprofits to offer scholarships or entry into trade schools within the motorsports industry is a testament to our dedication. We see potential where others see challenge, and we invest in that potential to gear up our youth for the race of life.

Our mission is to accelerate the potential within every child and teen that steps through our doors by providing them with the tools, knowledge, and opportunities to succeed in motorsports and beyond. At Mavix Community Outreach, the race isn’t just about getting across the finish line—it’s about the knowledge, connections, and experiences gained along the way. We’re not merely fans of the sport; we’re advocates for its power to change lives.

Who We Serve

Our passion for this mission has grown as fast as the very cars we admire, and today, we’re thriving by making true impact—one life at a time.

Every year, approximately 23,000 youth \”age out\” of foster care in the United States. Aging out occurs when unadopted youth emancipate from foster care, usually between the ages of 18 and 21 (age varies based on state), because they no longer qualify for state services. So, what happens when they leave foster care?

20% will instantly become homeless.

70% become pregnant before the age of 21.

Half will become substance abusers.

Less than 3% will earn a college degree.

Females are 80% more likely to be sex trafficked.

Our Partners

Foster Love
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The American Hot Rod Foundation
Truckin for Kids

Mavix Community Outreach is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to introduce foster children and troubled teens to the Motorsports community/lifestyle. We partner with other non-profit organizations to offer scholarships for Trade Schools in the motorsports industry.

EIN 87-4059883

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