The daily dollar team

Everyone on the Daily Dollar team is passionate about charity, assisting others, and making the world around them a better place. Volunteering our time and energy, our hope is to spread as much goodness as far and wide as we can, with a little bit of help from a lot of people! 

Daily Dollar was founded in 2022 to enrich and connect the lives of those who need support with those who can offer support. A key part of our vision is to make giving charity frequent, conscious and simple.

This is achieved through daily donations, frequent updates to the Daily Dollar community, and undergoing an extensive due diligence and research process to ensure 100% of your dollars have the greatest impact. 

We have identified worthy causes that, with more support, will be able to broaden their positive impact and provide relief (in many different ways) to those who need it most. Our hope is that the impact and continuity of these charities don’t heavily rely on large donations from a handful of individuals, but can lean on everyone for a little bit of their support.

Individually, it can be difficult to ‘move the needle’, but with the power of community, a small daily donation from many can be tremendously impactful and truly make the world a better place.

Evan Widmonte

Evan is a serial builder – he loves building connections, businesses and especially not for profits that impact the world for good. Evan grew up in South Africa before moving to Israel for 7 years where he got married and became a father to two sons. In 2012 Evan moved to the north shores of Sydney, and in 2016 relocated to Melbourne. Since coming to Australia Evan has grown his family to seven, is a Director of Rimon Advisory, founded Ohrsom Student Australia and is involved with many community organisations that endeavour to help strengthen the Jewish community.

Gadi Herskovitz

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Gadi grew up in Melbourne, attending Yavneh for most of his schooling before graduating from Scopus. After high school he was fortunate to enjoy an incredible gap year in Israel with IBC. Upon returning to Australia, Gadi completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Economics), from the University of Melbourne. His most memorable moments during his university years however were always outside the classroom. Namely, his semester of exchange in Buenos Aires, and taking advantage of the long breaks where he developed a passion for travel. Gadi is currently working in tech sales (SaaS), and is very excited to be a part of Daily Dollar’s growth, to help as many people as possible, and hopefully have a significant positive impact on the world!

Gina Gutwirth

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Gina lived in Buenos Aires for the first few years of her life before moving to Melbourne. She attended Bialik College and Monash University, graduating with a Bachelor of Law and Arts, majoring in International Relations. Gina loves exploring new foods, countries and introductory gym trials. During the week you can find Gina on Collins Street working as an employment lawyer, but outside of work Gina has always had a passion for Tikkun Olam and has volunteered with various charities. With the rigours of full time work staying involved can be more challenging, so she feels very lucky and excited to have the opportunity to work with impactful charities and to facilitate others to participate in daily giving.

Zack Stein

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Born in South Africa, Zack started his formal education in Malaysia and attended 8 primary schools before finally settling at Bialik College, where he began actively seeking out opportunities to help others. While completing a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne, where he was a committee member of the Commerce Students’ Society, Zack continued his involvement in community organisations. In particular, Zack developed a special affiliation for the disability sector, gaining experience in both support work and operational duties, and he continues to engage in private support work today. Zack has a deep love and appreciation of music, and after a couple of failed attempts at learning an instrument, he has recently developed a passion for mixing tracks on his DJ decks (and torturing his family by doing so) in his spare time.

Evan is a serial builder – he loves building connections, businesses and especially not for profits that impact the world for good. Evan grew up in South Africa before moving to Israel for 7 years where he got married and became a father to two sons. In 2012 Evan moved to the north shores of Sydney, and in 2016 relocated to Melbourne. Since coming to Australia Evan has grown his family to seven, is a Director of Rimon Advisory, founded Ohrsom Student Australia and is involved with many community organisations that endeavour to help strengthen the Jewish community.

Gadi grew up in Melbourne, attending Yavneh for most of his schooling before graduating from Scopus. After high school he was fortunate to enjoy an incredible gap year in Israel with IBC. Upon returning to Australia, Gadi completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Economics), from the University of Melbourne. His most memorable moments during his university years however were always outside the classroom. Namely, his semester of exchange in Buenos Aires, and taking advantage of the long breaks where he developed a passion for travel. Gadi is currently working in tech sales (SaaS), and is very excited to be a part of Daily Dollar’s growth, to help as many people as possible, and hopefully have a significant positive impact on the world!

Gina lived in Buenos Aires for the first few years of her life before moving to Melbourne. She attended Bialik College and Monash University, graduating with a Bachelor of Law and Arts, majoring in International Relations. Gina loves exploring new foods, countries and introductory gym trials. During the week you can find Gina on Collins Street working as an employment lawyer, but outside of work Gina has always had a passion for Tikkun Olam and has volunteered with various charities. With the rigours of full time work staying involved can be more challenging, so she feels very lucky and excited to have the opportunity to work with impactful charities and to facilitate others to participate in daily giving.

Born in South Africa, Zack started his formal education in Malaysia and attended 8 primary schools before finally settling at Bialik College, where he began actively seeking out opportunities to help others. While completing a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne, where he was a committee member of the Commerce Students’ Society, Zack continued his involvement in community organisations. In particular, Zack developed a special affiliation for the disability sector, gaining experience in both support work and operational duties, and he continues to engage in private support work today. Zack has a deep love and appreciation of music, and after a couple of failed attempts at learning an instrument, he has recently developed a passion for mixing tracks on his DJ decks (and torturing his family by doing so) in his spare time.