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Our Team for COVID-19
We are the COVID-19 FORaMEAL Leadership Team
Dr. Douglas Hawley OAM
Dr. Doug Hawley OAM founded the project in 2016 with the aim of providing disaster relief for those most in need. Having seen the first hand devastation caused by natural disasters, Doug applied his knowledge as a biochemist to create an emergency meal pack that is both nutritious and versatile. After numerous iterations and ongoing testing, the FORaMEAL pack was born – a balanced and nutritious meal packed with energy and proteins together with a formulated sachet of important vitamins and minerals. To this day, Doug continues to personally oversee the manufacturing and quality control of all the FORaMEAL meal packs.
Should you have any nutritional and community partnership enquiries please contact Dr. Hawley at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Valerie Cunniffe
Val is FORaMEAL’s Project Leader and Champion. Her leadership has been instrumental in the project’s success. Val’s passion and resolve in assisting those in need is both an inspiration to her team as well as those involved in the FORaMEAL project. Val’s persistence and dedication has meant that the FORaMEAL project is well positioned to scale from the current 150,000 meals per year to well over 250,000 meals in the next 2-3 years.
Should you have any sponsorship or governance enquiries please contact Val at email@example.com
Mr. Xin Xiao
Kevin plays a crucial role in coordinating and managing the distribution partners and volunteers who are working tirelessly to get the FORaMEAL packs to vulnerable families and individuals. Through his multicultural background and strong community links, the FORaMEAL packs were to reach many of those who may not actively seek government assistance and support during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Should you have any volunteer or corporate partnership enquiries please contact Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Lilianne Kriegler
Lilianne has been a strong supporter of FORaMEAL since its inception 5 years ago. As a Past President of the Rotary Club of Canterbury, Lilianne brings both experience and knowledge to her role as the media and communications coordinator for the FORaMEAL project. Despite the simplicity of the FORaMEAL meal packs, Lilianne believes that its impact, especially on those vulnerable individual and families in times of hardship and crisis, is profound.
Should you have any media and communications enquiries please contact Lilianne at: email@example.com
Mr. Tony Laycock
Tony is the 2020-2021 President of the Rotary Club of Canterbury and a vocal supporter of the FORaMEAL project. Under Tony’s leadership and guidance, the FORaMEAL project has expanded to other Rotary Clubs in Melbourne. Throughout the COVID-19 restrictions, Tony has been actively engaging with other Rotary Clubs in the Metropolitan District of Melbourne in supporting the distribution of FORaMEAL packs.
Should you have any media or Rotary related enquiries please contact Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org
— We focus on nutrition
As a biochemist, Dr. Doug Hawley designed and formulated the FORaMEAL packs to include a balance and nutritious blend of carbohydrates, important fats and proteins together with a sachet of essential vitamins and minerals
— We fund every meal
97% of every dollar we raise for the FORaMEAL project goes into the producing, packaging and delivering the meal itself. Everyone on the FORaMEAL project volunteer their time, experience and expertise to this cause.
2.5% + GST is paid to Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd. (RAWCS) for administering the donations.
— We locally source every meal
We use the money we raise and the in-kind donations we receive to purchase the three core ingredients – oats, lentils and rice, together with essential vitamins and minerals as required. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our Major Sponsors in donating core ingredients in our FORaMEAL packs.
— We pack every meal
Each year, volunteers from across the Rotary network produce, seal and box approximately 150,000 meals for distribution.
— We donate every meal
In the past, the meals packed have been sent
abroad to vulnerable communities in S.E.Asia. This year our focus is also helping vulnerable families during the VOVID-19 crisis.
— We build community & trust
In addition to the FORaMEAL packs, the project offers us the opportunity to strengthen community trust, mutual understanding and the Aussie Spirit of Mateship. All our sponsors, volunteers and the FORaMEAL team feel just as blessed as those who receive the FORaMEAL packs.