Our Amazing Team
Beverley Lowe - OAM
CHAIR & FOUNDER
With humble beginnings in rural farming, Bev is passionate about supporting those who need it most. Bev has been establishing charity focused organisations in the local community for over 65 years, including the establishment of Perth's largest feeding agency.
John Lowe - OAM
Along with his wife, an experienced farmer, John saw a need in providing food relief for the many who need it. As the co-founder of the Manna Foundation 22 years ago, which now successfully provides over 6,000 meals per week to homeless and school communities, John brings an in-depth knowledge of the community needs to the Moort Care team. He cares deeply about the needs of his local community.
With a background in banking, finance and business administration, As well as over 10 years experience in volunteering, charity and events management. She is passionate at making a difference in those who struggle within our local community and is a crucial member of the Moort Care team.
With 12 years experience in Business Improvement, Analytics and Development. As well as his skills in IT. Sean brings structure, clarity and alignment to the Moort Care Team. He is a strong advocate in supporting isolated seniors in need within the local community.
With nine years experience in management consulting, Hayley is a specialist in the Australian Fashion Industry. Her abilities and understanding in finance make her invaluable to the Moort Care team. She is passionate about making a difference and helping others live fulfilling lives
PROGRAM MENTOR - CARE PARCELS
With a lifetime of experience supporting the local Aboriginal community... Sandy is our direct connection to the people within the community that need help the most. Sandy's immense knowledge of the local culture ensures Moort Care's relief efforts impact the people that need it the most. As an Aboriginal (Nungar) lady, of Country South Australia, she is very proud of her aboriginal heritage.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR - KANGA CARES
With extensive experience in nursing and social welfare services, Emma brings a wealth of knowledge that supports the expansion of Moort Care's services into social and community orientated education. She is an advocate for early stage development in young children and actively assists the community to improve.