It is time to add the kitchen tool cannister. While Williams-Sonoma might be the kitchen essentials playground for foodies, the store is encouraging cooks to mix-up another treats. The eighth annual Tools For Change, in partnership with No Kid Hungry has been revealed. Grab a spatula and provide meals to those in need.
Over the past several years, the Williams-Sonoma and No Kid Hungry partnership has raised over $16 million. From the celebrity designed spatulas to tea towels to even the expansion into treats, each offering brings a little extra fun to the kitchen. Sometimes that simple smile with a promise to help another is the culinary inspiration that makes everything taste better.
The eighth annual Tools for Change feature the following:
- Big Freedia – Hip-Hop Artist and TV Personality
- Heather McMahan – Actress and Comedian
- Ina Garten – Celebrity Chef, Cookbook Author, and Food Network Host
- Lauren Alaina – Multiplatinum-Selling Singer and Songwriter
- Miz Cracker – Drag Performer and Content Creator
- Remi Cruz – YouTube Creator and Podcast Host
- Robin Arzon – Vice President of Fitness at Peloton and New York Times Bestselling Author
- The Pasta Queen – Content Creator, Chef and Entrepreneur
- Tieghan Gerard – New York Times Bestselling Cookbook Author and Founder of Half-Baked Harvest
- Tiny Chef – Celebrity Chef, Content Creator and TV Star
Looking at the offerings, the names represent a wide array of backgrounds. From iconic chefs like Ina Garten and Tieghan Gerard who have filled hours of Food Network programming to current content creators who inspire foodies to push boundaries, there is a connection that will appeal to anyone in the food scene.
In addition, this year’s offerings look beyond the kitchen. For example, Peloton fans will ensure that their crown is straight with Robin Arzon’s design. This offering proves that the Peloton influence pedals far beyond that daily workout, which is why this program continues to have such an impact beyond adding new kitchen essentials to the drawer.
As Billy Shore, founder and executive chair of Share Our Strength, the organization behind the No Kid Hungry campaign said, “From the very beginning, our work was built on the belief that everyone has a strength to share in the effort to end childhood hunger, and Williams Sonoma’s ‘Tools for Change’ program is a true testament to that.”
With rising food costs and increasing family struggles, No Kid Hungry continues to support communities. As the face of hunger evolves, more and more people are grateful for the services that this charity provides.
The WIlliams-Sonoma eighth annual Tools for Change can be purchased in stores and online. Each spatula retails for $15.59, which equates to 40 donated meals. In addition, there are tea towels, food, and a mini-waffle maker from DASH.
Are you ready to cook up something positive? What ways do you use your kitchen to do something good?