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Meet Rachel Golding – mother, recovering academic, social entrepreneur. 

She wants to cook you dinner to help you avoid last-minute pizza purchases for family meals. Rachel is the founder and owner of Dinner on the Table, a family-style meal delivery service that is built on a passion and drive to help women made vulnerable by disability.

Rachel’s work has not gone unnoticed, recently winning the Women’s Business School Award at the 2017 AusMumpreneur Awards in Sydney. The award recognises Rachel as an outstanding Women’s Business School student who has achieved phenomenal results in all aspects of business through Dinner on the Table. On the same night, Dinner on the Table received a Mayor’s business commendation from The Hills Shire Council for its outstanding contribution to the community.

Dinner on the Table is the culmination of two great passions: great food and finding a practical way to support the daily lives of women living with disability,” says Rachel. Here’s her story in her own words.

The light-bulb moment

The social enterprise started with a…

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