Not only does she raise five children under 15 years old, she also runs the Making a Difference Pay it Forward Facebook page.
The page has been running for about two months and Mrs Taylor gets about 10 requests for hampers a week.
�We fill hampers with items such as meat, potatoes, pantry items and toilet rolls,� she said.
She gets donations from members of the public, businesses and sometimes she funds items herself.
�I often have to pay out of my own money,� she said.
�I sold my car for $1000 and $700 of that went on food hampers.�
But the Golden Bay mother does not begrudge using her own money to help others.
�My husband Simon works just as hard as I do to make the hampers up,� she said.
�We get inspired because we have been homeless, battled addictions when we were younger and have an understanding of mental health issues.
�We don�t judge others and genuinely want to help where we can.�
Mrs Taylor said she was also proud to be setting a good example for her children.
�We are teaching them that other people are worse off,� she said.
�I want them to think of others and not be selfish.�