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Our supporters

Cook for Good has been built on the support of some fantastic organisations. They have shared their money, time and expertise with us as part of a long-term relationship that goes way beyond the creation of our kitchen.

Some are based in Kings Cross, and wanted to give something back in a hyperlocal way; others are organisations and people who share our foodie focus and wanted to give us a hand. Whatever their reason, we’re so grateful to have them on board.

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Culinary impact partners

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Foodie supporters

Our favourite foodies will be supporting us with live cooking demos and other fundraising events.
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Nigella Lawson, a foodie supporter of Cook for Good

Nigella Lawson

Nigella is a celebrated food writer and TV cook, who is so well-known that her surname is no longer needed. She wrote her first cookbook, How To Eat, in 1998, and has since sold over 10 million copies of her 12 books worldwide. She has also presented a string of successful TV series, which have been broadcast in the UK, the USA, Australia and beyond.

Ed Balls, a foodie supporter of Cook for Good

Ed Balls

Originally best known for his political career, which included serving as Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families, Ed showed a different side of his personality when he appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and Celebrity Best Home Cook. He is also known for his epic twitter gaffe on #edballsday, which he celebrated more recently in cake form.

Karan Gokani, a foodie supporter of Cook for Good

Karan Gokani

Karan grew up in Mumbai and moved to England in 2005. In 2012, he left his law career to pursue a career in hospitality, travelling across India and Sri Lanka to immerse himself in their food and culture. Karan co-founded Hoppers, an award-winning Sri Lankan and south Indian restaurant, in 2015. Two more Hoppers restaurants followed, and Hoppers: The Cookbook was published in 2022.

Karan Gokani, a foodie supporter of Cook for Good

Wichet Khongphoon

Wichet is the owner and executive chef of Supawan, a much-loved Thai restaurant tucked behind Kings Cross station, which has had rave reviews in publications including The Times, The Observer and the Evening Standard. Originally from Phuket, he opened Supawan with the dream of creating a warm, friendly restaurant full of the wonderful dishes of his youth.

Want to get involved?

If you would like to help us deliver hands-on social impact, we’d love to hear from you. Take a look at the ways you can support us.

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