The Maggie Oliver Foundation turns five in 2024. We'll be hosting a fundraising ball in April to mark half a decade of supporting survivors to turn the pain of their abuse into power. We'd love for you to join us. Find out more here.

Helping survivors move on with their lives.

The Maggie Oliver Foundation (TMOF) exists to create a society where survivors and those at risk of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE) are empowered to live fulfilled and successful lives, and where every survivor is treated with dignity, respect and as an equal and valued member of society.
We can only provide emotional support and legal advocacy to those who are based in United Kingdom.

About the foundation

We want to help adult survivors and their loved ones to transform the pain of their abuse into power, by being supported to identify their strengths, adopt constructive coping strategies, increase self-confidence, and create and embrace positive life chances.
Without support, survivors and their loved ones are often isolated and alone, with no knowledge of where to turn for the help and advice they need to begin rebuilding their shattered lives. TMOF provides a safe place for survivors to be heard, and to use their experiences to campaign for a criminal justice system that is fit for purpose in achieving the justice they deserve.
We work alongside adult survivors of CSAE in a variety of ways including through our listening ear Pain into Power phoneline, advocating for them through any legal process, referring to other services and through trauma-focused group therapy.

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Survivors helped since 2019.


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Latest News

  • Maggie Oliver talks to World at One, about the findings in the Rochdale review report

    Maggie Oliver talks to World at One about police failures in relation to investigation of Child abuse and rape, and how we need a systemic overhaul of policing, the complaints system and accountability for those guilty of neglect.

  • Maggie Oliver: Police still failing child sex abuse victims

    An independent review covering a period between 2004 and 2013, which was published last week, detailed multiple failed investigations by police and an apparent indifference to the safety of the young girls identified as possible victims.

  • Independent Review in Rochdale Child Sexual Exploitation vindicates whistle blowers and confirms shocking failures and cover ups by police and social services

    On Monday 15th January, the independent review team commissioned by Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham, in 2017, published the findings of their review into the investigation, prosecution and prevention of non-recent child sexual exploitation in Rochdale.  The report is damming of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and Rochdale Social Services, revealing failings not just at an individual level but throughout both organizations confirming a litany of failings and cover ups, including strategic decisions not to resource investigations.

Please note, our team are taking a short break over Christmas as will not be checking emails regularly. We'll respond once we are back on Tuesday 3rd January. Thank you for understanding.

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