Rachel Golding has won the Women’s Business School Award at the 2017 AusMumpreneur Awards in Sydney. The award recognised Golding as an outstanding student who has achieved phenomenal results in all aspects of business through her Sydney-based meal delivery service, Dinner on the Table.
Golding's business distributes pre-cooked, healthy meals across Sydney to mothers living with a disability as well as ones struggling to maintain healthy diets in their busy lives.
The Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers data has shown that more than two thirds of primary informal carers are women, and this usually involves caring for a family member.
“These women are juggling it all too, but often with fewer resources and greater pressures. Every time you order from our service, we provide meals at no cost to families made vulnerable by disability.
“When buying with Dinner on the Table, you will not only change your daily life, you’ll change someone else’s. Often a family in crisis,” said Golding.
Currently Dinner on the Table creates and distributes 200 meals a week across the Sydney area and has gifted almost 1000 meals to families living with disability since its inception in 2014. Additionally, the team at Dinner on the Table also employ women who have children with disabilities, giving them flexible work in the kitchen when a nine-to-five working arrangement is not a viable option.
To order your meal now from Dinner on the Table or to find out more about the business go here.