Cook for Good is a social enterprise rooted in cooking and sharing food. We run virtual and in-person corporate team building experiences, and invest our profits into food-focused community projects.
Join us for a virtual team building event
Get your team back together during Covid-19 with an interactive online cooking session, hosted by one of our expert chefs. You can choose from a wide range of menus, and we’ll send ingredient and kit lists in advance. We’ll also follow up with recipes and photos after your event.
We’re building a community kitchen on a housing estate in Kings Cross, where we’ll run cooking classes and a pantry for local people. The kitchen will be supported by Facebook and other local businesses, and we’re looking for corporate partners to support the delivery of our community programme. Can you help?
Cook for Good’s founders share a love of food, and a passion for bringing businesses and communities together, for the benefit of both.
Our social enterprise set-up means we operate like a charity, investing our profits into community projects. So, as well as getting teams together to cook, laugh and learn, our corporate events turn team-building budgets into a force for good. If you would be interested in partnering with us with our community work, please please get in touch.
Remote working means we have to be creative in finding opportunities for team building and engagement online. It was a fabulous afternoon cooking with the leadership team and their families. We were led by the very talented Robinne Collie, from Cook for Good. This is a tremendous Social Enterprise whose profits go back into the community providing food education and partnering with charities such as FareShare UK to support community fridges and kitchens. BD Pharma, Dec 2020
“This was by far the most inspirational and purposeful team build I have ever attended. Working with your colleagues to achieve something of such importance and with such a positive impact is a significantly more meaningful way to demonstrate the power of teamwork than any activity I can think of… take it from someone who has spent many a day herding ducks, building towers, escaping from rooms and numerous other forgettable, throw-away activities.” Electrocomponents 2019