Did you know that about 500,000 kids have gone to school today without breakfast and/or lunch?

Do you want to do something about kids in your community going hungry?

You can use YOUR superpowers and help stop kids going hungry!

Caloundra State High School understands how important it is to help support your local community. The Junior School Council are encouraging the whole school to  participate in our One=One Campaign to raise money for rural schools.

All money raised will go towards breakfast and lunch programs in rural schools, through our rural schools grants program, to ensure all kids have a full tummy every day!

Woolworths in store campaign

Has finished for another year- we are so grateful for the generosity of the Australian public- check out our thankyou graphic to see how many meals we will be able to create-THANK YOU!

Hunger is a community issue that needs a community solution. Together we can help those who are struggling to afford a meal.


We raise funds, awareness and capacity to provide hope for people going hungry.


We share funds with those already helping in the community so they can have more impact and help break the cycle of hunger. We share their stories of hope.


We nourish local communities by helping to transform lives. We bring everyone together to be a part of the solution.

Our Impact to Date

grants delivered

dollars raised for food charities

charities supported


Did you know?
100% of your donations go towards nourishing your community. Our operation is powered by Newman’s Own Foundation.

Feed Appeal

Thanks to your generosity we have raised more than 1 million dollars in 2019. This will help nourish local communities across Australia. We have already set our target of 2 million dollars in 2020.


Take Action

Help change your community

We organise and manage several community engagement activities with our corporate partners throughout the year. Remember every time you give you help many. The funds you help raise will go back to your community.


Rural Schools Grants Program

The program concentrates on nourishing kids to ensure they have the brain power to learn and reach their full potential. Applications are now open!

Appeal 2020

Can you help support struggling Aussies during our Appeal? The growing number of people who are desperate for support has been increased this year due to the current crisis.

Fill the Pantry

Can you help to Fill the Pantry of struggling Aussies this year? Our partners- Taste.com.au, Delicious, Best Recipes and FareShare are working together to support our community!

Woolworths in store

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s campaign- we have raised enough funds  to create 1.75 million meals! #feedafamily


“We’re just so grateful for this grant. It’s fantastic and will really help us with the meals we do. We won’t have to overload the ovens we have, so things will cook more evenly and quickly. Volunteers won’t have to keep opening and changing trays around.”

– Bayside Community Care team leader,
  Jane Foster


“We’re incredibly grateful for the support given to a local charity that is making a difference to families and others. The grant will help us continue to supply hot meals to about 50 people a week at the primary school’s donated hall where some people tell us that sometimes this is their only real meal.”

– The Salt Foundation co-founder,
  Catherine Donnelley

“We have seven op shops to raise the capital we need to run our services and when a grant like this Feed Melbourne one comes along it is such a gift to us. It has had a huge impact.”

– Helping Hands Mission chief executive,
officer Melanie Kent

“The 34 domestic fridges/freezers are costing us a fortune in electricity to run every month. The cool room (funded by a Feed Melbourne grant) will reduce our expenditure and allow us to meet our capacity needs.”

– Northpoint Centre community services manager Brian O’Rourke

“Everyone here, especially at the food pantry, it doesn’t matter what you look like or what your story is, they just make you feel like you deserve it and it’s OK to ask for help. If I hadn’t reached out I don’t know where I would be, right now … this place was just a lifeline to me.”

– Nicole Breitner

“They didn’t make me feel bad, they welcomed me. It is not about who you are or what your colour is, they help whoever needs them. They are such a blessing. They are really working to raise people up and give them another chance.”

– Inioluwa, speaking about Feed Melbourne
grant recipient Turning Point


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