Celebrities, actors, musicians and chefs have teamed up with Williams Sonoma cookware and national non-profit organization No Kid Hungry to design a selection of limited-edition spatulas, in a bid to fight childhood hunger.
The quirky and colorful spatulas have been created by well-known actors including Neil Patrick Harris, Jeff Bridges and actress Kristen Bell, as well as musicians Faith Hill, Questlove, celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis and food show presenter Alton Brown.
“Everyone has a role to play in ending childhood hunger in America,” said Bridges, who is also a national spokesperson for No Kid Hungry. “Whether you volunteer your time, advocate on behalf of kids in your community, or even buy a spatula, you join millions in the belief that America’s kids deserve to grow up healthy and strong.”
“Sluggish and hungry is not the recipe for a child’s success,” added Bell. “That’s why I’m working with No Kid Hungry to connect kids to the food they need to reach their full potential.”The spatulas, sold at $12.95, are available online and in selected Williams Sonoma stores. The company is aiming to raise $2 million, an equivalent of 20 million meals for children across America, with 30% of the price for each spatula donated to No Kid Hungry. An additional $5,000 will also be donated by the designer whose spatula sells out first.
Spatulas are available here.
Bridges is also featured in the video below, where he further urges people to help.
Photos and video courtesy of Williams Sonoma and No Kid Hungry.