Lyndon Galea


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Lyndon believes that no child should go hungry at school in a country as fortunate as Australia. He strives to ensure that children who would otherwise be too hungry to learn are provided a well rounded lunch, and ultimately the opportunity to enjoy their time at school and fully leverage the power of a great education.

As Founder of Eat Up Australia, Lyndon has led the growth of a free national lunch program for disadvantaged school children who would otherwise go without. Starting in his hometown of Shepparton in 2013 on his Mum's kitchen table to help 2 local schools, to today supporting over 650 schools nationally, and having delivered over 3 million lunches.

Lyndon has been awarded a scholarship to study an MBA at Melbourne Business School, which he is currently completing. He has received a Westpac Social Change Fellowship, and is an alumnus of Leadership Victoria's Williamson Community Leadership Program.

Lyndon has seen firsthand the generosity of the Australian community to volunteer their time to make a difference in the lives of hungry kids. He is inspired by the possibilities for wide reaching positive change that this enormously powerful contribution brings into view, and is working to facilitate additional opportunities to leverage this massive public potential.


To learn from the most impactful school lunch programs, to support Australia's highest needs kids

To learn from the most impactful school lunch programs, to support Australia's highest needs kids

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Lyndon Galea

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