We've had so many of our corporate teams coming back for seconds (and thirds, and even fourths) that we've created an annual package. This includes four teambuilding events, a soup lunch at your offices hosted by our Community Brigade, and an apron for everyone who takes part.Request more info
Due to overwhelming demand from our community, we're now offering morning and evening Pantry sessions. Members pay £3.50 a week, which entitles them to come in and shop for a basket of fresh, frozen and storecupboard ingredients (worth between £30 and £35).Register your interest
Guardian journalist Alexandra Topping popped in to see what happens at Cook for Good, and wrote a smashing piece about us. It included some lovely comments by members of our community, including Pantry member Deolida (pictured).See article
We were delighted to be visited by Jane Garvey, co-host of the Off Air with Jane and Fi podcast, who came in to record an episode all about us. Jane visited our kitchen and hung out in the Pantry, chatting to our co-founders and some of our staff and volunteers. It's a lovely insight into what we do and the warmth of the Cook for Good experience.Listen here
We're extremely proud to have been awarded Best Social Value Project at the SLVG Social Value Awards 2023. The judges described us as "A great example of collaborative working - from the re-use of idle space in the heart of Peabody's Kings Cross estate to the support sourced from local companies."Our community programme
We recently hosted a team from Genuine Dining, one of our culinary partners, who made a film of their Cook & Serve experience. Here’s what they got up to.
What you have brought to our community is something that other estates just don’t have. This year is such a tough one for people around here… it is great they have somewhere to come.
Cook for Good was a special way for our team to come together, give back, and appreciate good food. The team had the best time chopping and cooking a delicious meal for us and the community. We will forever remember this event. Highly recommend!
We had a brilliant time - such fun and some new (and unusual) friendships were forged in the heat of the kitchen. It really was a case of the sum of the parts being greater than the whole: good food, good company, good music, good times and doing good - but not just a good team challenge - the best!
We’ve set ourselves some hefty targets for this year.
Here’s what we’re hoping to achieve.
We’d love to be able to keep you up to date with what we’re doing, and give you first refusal on tickets for Supper Clubs and other events. We won’t bombard you with emails and you can opt out at any time.