Connecting people to purpose.

TOWNHALL is a city guide for discovering businesses that give back, places to volunteer, and good things going on around you.

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Louise Matich | New Zealand

Originally from New Zealand, I have spent the last three years both living and working overseas on numerous international projects and events in both the public and private sectors. I have a degree in Management and Psychology, a background in International Development and am focused on and passionate about creating a positive impact and driving social change.

Matthew Kwong | Melbourne

I’m currently studying a double degree of Business (Finance) and Industrial Design @ Monash University. Besides from studying (and Charity Tap), I’m the National Marketing Lead for UNIHACK Australia and an entrepreneurship ambassador at Monash University’s startup initiative, The Generator. My passion lies within using my design and business expertise to create positive social impact, whether it’s through developing meaningful products or making services more accessible to those who need it.

FARA

Fara raises money to fund research to find better treatments and a cure for Friedreich Ataxia. A genetic, degenerative, neuro-muscular disease that affects 1 in 30,000 Australians.

Rachel O’Connell

I’m a 24 year old Event Coordinator who has an eye for DIY, organisation and keeping active. I love a good book and playing sport. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Event management and have been working in managerial roles since my graduation. Like my sister, I have worked in schools in Papua New Guinea with From me to PNG to build libraries. I have created and update our website and facilitate new marketing strategies for From me to PNG.

The Toothbrush Project

We are working to improve the dental health of those less fortunate. We currently work with a community in Kampot, Cambodia, which is amongst the poorest in the country. We use a 3 tier framework to ensure that we are making a holistic difference to the lives of those we are working with. This is done through provision of dental supplies (purchased within the community), hygiene education (to ensure that teeth brushing becomes a habit- not a one off), and through professional dental care.

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