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Marcus Godinho: CEO of FareShare, rescuing surplus food and feeding those in need.

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Marcus Godinho is the CEO of FareShare. Over the last 14 years he has created a community of individuals, volunteers and businesses who come together to rescue surplus food, cook it into delicious and nutritious meals and feed people that have fallen on hard times.

In this week’s episode you will hear how Marcus decided to jump off the straight line of his career trajectory in accounting and finance to follow his passions in sustainability, community and creativity. From the humble beginnings of working out of his bedroom, Marcus has grown and harnessed the power of the FareShare community who today cook 70,000 meals a week to feed those in need.

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www.fareshare.net.au

Heartfelt review of a FareShare meal

VIDEO: How FareShare changes lives with cooked meals

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  • Hi Marcus,
    I have only now found your name after having read the obituary to Brian Davis. I admire your work now that I am aware of what you do. I was shocked to read that Brian had passed in Feb. of this year. I met Brian almost monthly while working for Parbury Henty & Co in their wholesale showroom for many years. We were one of Brian’s distributors & I would look forward to seeing him when he called to prepare our order & to introduce new items. I am saddened that after leaving Parbury’s I no longer kept in touch. Brian was an exceptional man & of wonderful character. Ironically when I am doing some baking I refer to a cookbook Popular Home Tested Recipes by the Highest Community Youth Club. Inside the front cover is a half page advert by Brian Davis & Co which reminds me of time spent with Brian. My wife & I moved to Perth 33 years ago from Melbourne. If you are in tough with Brian’s brother please pass on my sincere condolences.

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