Matthew Donovan | Melbourne

Name: Matthew Donovan

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Do you work/volunteer for any organisations featured on TOWNHALL?

Food For Change

What’s your role within Food For Change?

I founded Food For Change in 2016 and currently sit on the board as well as playing an active role in the roll out of our programs around Australia.

A bit about yourself:

Besides the work i do for Food for Change, my days are filled with looking after my son, hiking, cooking and trying to squeeze in as many adventures as possible!

Work/Volunteer Experience?

Currently sit as a volunteer on the Board of Bendigo Bank Highett.

Previously have volunteers with Make A Wish & Fareshare

What’s your ‘why’?

I believe that everyone should be able to get the food they need whenever they want – no matter the circumstances

What skills do you have?

My key skill areas lie in strategic planning and program ideation

Are you happy to be contacted for volunteer/work opportunities or collaborations?


TOWNHALL Interests:

  • Food
  • Community Support
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