What do Kris Jenner, Kristen Bell, Hoda Kotb and Dolly Parton have in common with Ina Garten, Curtis Stone and Giada De Laurentiis? They are teaming up — along with Molly Yeh, Misha Collins and Gaby Dalkin — to fight childhood hunger.
Williams Sonoma and No Kid Hungry, a campaign by Share Our Strength, has finally debuted its annual celebrity spatula line, which is designed to help raise money to fight childhood hunger. And, this year, the retailer is taking it up a notch by rolling out coordinating tea towels, too.
“Cooking is a universal language and food can bring people together in a unique way,” says actor Bell. “It’s the conduit that brings us to a shared table to talk, laugh, think and discuss. Now more than ever, unity and helping those in need are two things we simply can’t drop the ball on.”
Parton, who designed her spatula with an image of a butterfly, explains that she chose that because to her it symbolized freedom and beauty — something she hopes will inspire others in their own kitchens.
“We all have to do our part to take care of the little ones around us who need extra love. This spatula program might help in some small way,” she says.
Each spatula retails for $14.95 and helps provide up to 40 meals for children in need, and each tea towel retails for $12.95 and helps connect kids with up to 35 meals.
So, if you’ve ever wanted Kris Jenner to tell you that you’re doing amazing while baking that cake you were afraid to tackle, now’s the time to snatch up her spatula, as these goods are only available for a limited time.