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100% of every donation helps feed WA families in need.

Give A Feed is an initiative of the Rotary Club of Heirisson, which started in 2011.  With the generous support from the WA community, our goal is to provide more than 3,000 Give A Feed Festive Hampers to West Australian families in need so they can celebrate Christmas and not go hungry. Although this number seems like a lot, it sadly falls short of the number of people who may be going without food on Christmas Day; a figure estimated to currently be more than 100,000 West Australians.

To reach our target we need your support. For just $30 you can help us provide a Christmas food hamper to a W.A. family in need this Christmas. With the help of Foodbank WA, we turn your $30 donation into a Give A Feed Christmas Hamper which contains ingredients to provide a festive meal for a family of four. Each Christmas hamper is packed by volunteers and distributed by the Foodbank WA network to West Australian families in need just in time for Christmas so they can enjoy Christmas Day and not go hungry.

You can support Give A Feed by donating personally, Gift A Feed on behalf of someone special as a gift, become a Gold Plate Member or get involved as an Honourable Partner. You can even help by simply sharing this with your social network.

Thank you for your support. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.

Give a Feed


About Give A Feed

Our Mission

To reduce the impact of hunger and Give A Feed to 3,000 WA Families in need, so they can enjoy Christmas day and not go hungry.

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Our Vision

To educate others about food insecurity and improve the lives of families in need.

Our Past Results


2012  -  1,036

2013  -  1,678

2014  - 2,454

2015  -  2,926

2016  -  2,578

2017  -  2,692

2018  -  3,033

2019  -  3,035

2020  - 3,232


TOTAL RAISED $569,202.00

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Wayne Smith Founder Give A Feed

Wayne J. Smith


Wayne Smith was the Dealer Principal of City Toyota and has lead City Toyota to be one of the most successful dealerships in WA, constantly receiving the highest accolades for sales, servicing and customer service.


Wayne was personally awarded the President’s Award, which is the highest accolade awarded by Toyota Australia. He is an active member of most community events and is always looking to brighten the life of others, especially those who may be going through challenging times.

Wayne came up with the idea to help WA families in need with a Foodbank (WA) Christmas Hamper in 2010, founding, which evolved into Give A Feed in 2011.

Aaron Pitt Founder Give A Feed

Aaron Pitt


Growing up in the country with 12 siblings, Aaron excelled at being the classroom clown — and it’s this love of performing that forms the foundation of his career today. To get noticed in such a large family, Aaron had to learn to be good at getting his Mum's attention, and the best way to do that was to make his Mum laugh. Laughing was also the best way for his family to tackle the hard times,

"Throughout my life, I have seen and even been the benefactor of kindness.  Give A Feed for me started as a way of saying thank you, giving back, and hopefully helping others experience the motivation that comes from receiving and giving kindness. Helping someone at a time of need smile is extremely contagious"

Aaron is the Creative Director of Imagination Media, a multimedia production and creative marketing company, and the very proud father of a beautiful little princess.

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Kate O'Hara


Kate O'Hara is the CEO of Foodbank WA, the state's largest hunger-relief organisation. Kate manages an operation that helps provide over 6.7 million meals a year to Western Australians in need.

Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year for Foodbank WA and Give A Feed helps make sure at least 3,000 families will not have to worry about going without during festive celebrations. 

Foodbank WA is a conduit between the food industry's surplus food and the welfare sector's need.