Ambassadors helping to feed a family in need this Christmas

Help us feed a family in need this Christmas.

Samantha Jolly

Samantha Jolly is the face of Weather and the 4pm News bulletin on Channel 7 Perth. After 6 years in radio, Sam made the move to television. During her time reporting, she specialised in the court, police and health portfolios. When she’s not presenting the News or bringing you the latest weather, Sam’s number one love is spending time with her family. She is married and mother to two gorgeous boys. Sam also likes to push herself to the limits to be challenged. She is a keen runner and counts completing her first marathon in 2014 as one of her biggest personal achievements.
Kate-Mac

Kate Mac

Kate Mac has been working in radio and television for over 12 years. Perth born and bred, Kate has worked for Nova 93.7 as both the mornings and afternoons announcer and even took her radio career over east and to the Caribbean for 3 years. She’s presented for multiple Channel 7 lifestyle shows and as of January 2018 you will be seeing her on your TV as a presenter for Channel 9. Kate loves to travel and is a fitness fanatic in her spare time. She works as a spin instructor, personal & group fitness trainer, yoga instructor and she even runs her own production company here in Perth. Kate is an absolute go-getter with a very positive outlook on life. She’s an MC who enjoys entertaining crowds, challenging herself physically and giving back to the community where she can. Give a Feed is one of the many charities she has given her time to and she is very happy to be a part of it this year. To find out more about Kate visit www.katemac.com.au. Watch my video

Paul Moore

Paul Moore was just 10 years old when his young body shook with its first panic attack. He was reading aloud in class when beads of sweat started to drip on to the pages in front of him. His hands were shaking, his vision blurred and, not being able to see the writing clearly, he stumbled on a word. “The kids around me started laughing, and I looked up and saw everyone staring at me like ‘What is wrong with you?’ ” Paul remembers. “That moment of embarrassment kicked off everything for me.” Over the years, Paul silently fought his secret battle. He couldn’t read aloud again or sit next to a girl without having a sweat attack. Paul now runs a thriving Film and TV acting studio in Melbourne. To find out more about Paul visit www.mooregrace.com

Aaron Pitt

Aaron is the host of Zoom TV and the Creative Director of Imagination Media, a multimedia production and creative marketing company. Imagination Media have produced more than 450 episodes of commercial television including; Zoom TV, IwannaB and Real Estate TV (The West Real Estate Program) and have also produced over 500 television commercials for brands across Australia. As the host of Zoom TV, Aaron was lucky enough to travel all over Australia to experience different things that fly, drive and float and meet many different people who were all very passionate about their machines. On his travels he got to meet the many different characters that make Australia the wonderful place it is and gained a passion for people that were doing it hard. In 2011, he won a Business News 40 Under 40 award and decided he wanted to invest his creativity into something worthwhile, so he joined Rotary. As a member of The Rotary Club of Heirisson he helped start Give A Feed. Watch my video

Damian Martin

The five-time NBL Best Defensive Player is poised to be ranked amongst the best NBL defenders of all-time. 2014/15: Perth Wildcats captain Damian Martin again led from the front in 2014/15 as won of the team’s best performers. He continued to terrorise opponents with relentless defensive pressure, coming up with a league-leading 81 steals for the season – including nine against Sydney in October. He averaged 6.2 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game on his way to being named the NBL’s Best Defensive Player for the fifth straight season. He scored double-digit totals on five occasions, and grabbed five or more rebounds on 10 occasions and five or more assists on nine occasions. Damian Martin captained Australia’s under-20 team to a world championship in 2003, defeating the USA in the gold medal game. He then attended Loyola Marymount University before making his NBL debut for the Sydney Spirit in the 2008/09 season. The Perth Wildcats recruited Martin in 2009 where he became a Championship player with the club in his first season. He also captained the team to the 2014 Championship. Throughout his career, he has averaged 7.3 points per game, 5.2 rebound, 3.4 assists and 2.1 steals. To find out more about Damian visit www.wildcats.com.au Watch my video

Jamie Durie

Jamie Durie is a qualified horticulturalist and multi-award winning international landscape designer based in Australia and the United States. Founder and Director of his design firm, Durie Design, he is also the author of nine best-selling books including 100 Gardens, Jamie Durie's The Outdoor Room, Outside, The Source Book Editions 1 and 2, Inspired, Outdoor Kids, The Outdoor Room and Patio-Garden Design and Inspiration. Jamie has hosted many television shows in Australia and the United States, with his core show, The Outdoor Room, currently airing in both countries. He also publishes a magazine under the same title. To find out more about Jamie visit www.applesandpearsentertainment.com.au/artist/jamie-durie/ Watch my video

Shannon Noll

Shannon Noll is an Australian singer-songwriter who first came to prominence as runner-up of the first season of Australian Idol in 2003, which led to him being signed to Sony BMG. He has released five top ten albums, including two number-one multi-platinum sellers. Noll's first ten singles all peaked inside the ARIA top ten, including three that reached number one. He is the only Australian male artist in Australian chart history to have ten consecutive top ten singles. Noll's debut single "What About Me" was certified 4× platinum and became the highest selling single of 2004 in Australia. With 17 platinum and three gold certifications and combined album and single sales of over 1.3 million in Australia, Noll has the third highest certification and sales level for an Australian Idol contestant. Watch my video

Peter Rowsthorn

Peter is an Australian actor and comedian best known for his television work. He first came to prominence as a stand-up comic, writer, and performer on The Comedy Company in 1989. He has appeared in numerous projects, both on and off screen, but is perhaps best known for his role as Brett Craig in the hit TV series Kath & Kim and he has made several appearances on the improvised comedy television program Thank God You’re Here. To find out more about Peter visit www.peterrowsthorn.com Watch my video