Melissa Doyle is one of the most popular media personalities in Australia.
A journalist and author, Melissa also hosts the weekend breakfast program for radio station smoothfm between
6am and 10am.
After graduating from Charles Sturt University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1990, Mel began her career as a television news reporter in Canberra before joining the Seven Network in 1995.
A multiple Silver Logie nominee as Most Popular Television Presenter, Melissa co-authored the Working Mothers Survival Guide in 2007. Her second book, Alphabet Soup, was published in March 2014.
Married to John and the proud mother of Nicholas and Talia, Melissa is involved in several charities, which all have a direct focus on children.
The Alannah and Madeline Foundation and I share the same values. I believe we need to protect our children from all forms of violence and promote caring, friendliness and mutual respect. This is why I am honoured to officially become its Ambassador.
“I have been involved in many activities with the Alannah & Madeline Foundation over the years and I have always been impressed with what it does.”
“The work of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation resonates deeply with me as a mum of two children. I want my kids to grow up in a world of respect and caring and this is why I support the Foundation and its initiatives.”
Crown Princess Mary is a great supporter of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation and has spoken at various events on our behalf.Read More >
Walter Mikac, Phil West and a small group of volunteers, worked hard to set up the Foundation in 1997. Today, Walter is the Founding Patron of the Foundation and a professional speaker.Read More >
John Caldwell joined the Alannah & Madeline Foundation as an official Ambassador in March 2014 to take a stand against bullying and cyber bullying, and help protect children from violence.Read More >
Your donation can help keep a child safe from violence...Read More >
A Buddy Bag offers more than just material aid, it is one of the vital first steps to recovery. These everyday items help restore a sense of safety and security to children when they need it most.Read More >
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