Something to think about! MasterChef Judge Matt Preston promotes a charity action on Instagram after his scare from the show
His passion for food gave him the role of judge at MasterChef for 11 seasons.
And after leaving the show on Tuesday, Matt Preston took a moment to promote the food rescue organization SecondBite.
Matt went to a promotion post for the community organization on Instagram prior to the big final installment of MasterChef.
Something to think about! After leaving MasterChef on Tuesday, Matt Preston took a moment to promote the food rescue organization SecondBite
SecondBite supports more than 1,000 community agencies, providing barriers, meals and pantry-like services to Australians who are struggling.
Matt wrote in the caption: & # 39; #SecondBite collects all remaining, fresh nutritious products from the pantry after challenges such as tonight's grand finale.
& # 39; We are pleased to announce that Community Connect has provided more than 14 million meals to people in need in the past financial year. That's more than 38,000 meals a day! & # 39;
Public service announcement: Matt went to Instagram and handed out a promotional post for the community organization SecondBite prior to the big final episode of MasterChef
& # 39; Thank you to our staff, volunteers, and partners who are committed to ensuring that food is delivered to those who need to be fed, & # 39; he added.
Matt, who is a board member of SecondBite, has been affiliated with the organization for several years and appears in TV commercials and at fundraising events.
In a commercial from 2018, Matt and fellow chef Curtis Stone provided voice-overs for animated vegetables and promoted a food aid program in the winter.
Raise awareness! Matt, member of the Board of Directors of SecondBite, has been affiliated with the organization for several years and appears in TV commercials and at fundraising events
Matt & # 39; s serious position comes after he announced his departure from MasterChef, alongside fellow jury members Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris.
In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Matt thanked his fans for supporting the show before confirming that season 11 would be his last.
& # 39; We really wanted to continue, but we couldn't agree to all the terms and conditions for the new contract & # 39 ;, he wrote.
& # 39; I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and everyone who shared our wonderful journey with us – especially all those fantastic participants.
& # 39; I look forward to sharing many more adventures with you in the future. & # 39;
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