Williams Sonoma Just Debuted Their Latest Collection of Spatulas to Help End Childhood Hunger

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williams sonoma no kid hungry colorful spatulas
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Every year, Williams Sonoma launches a new collection of kitchen essentials that benefits No Kid Hungry, a national organization committed to ending childhood hunger across the United States. According to recent research, nearly 13 million children live in "food insecure" homes, meaning that there isn't enough food for each member of the family to be completely nourished. Federal nutrition programs, such as SNAP, WIC, and the national school lunch program support the fight against childhood hunger. While No Kid Hungry supports these important programs in addition to other federal projects for children, such as the school breakfast program, the national summer meals program, and the after school meals program, the fight to continue supporting children in need is even more necessary to get back to the progress made before the COVID-19 pandemic.

As part of the annual initiative, Williams Sonoma partners with celebrities to create fun, original kitchen essentials. This year, they worked with Tamron Hall, Bobby Flay, Derek Hough, Gaby Dalkin, Hillary Duff, Molly Yeh, Tabitha Brown, Brian Hart Hoffman, Kevin Curry, and Tiny Chef. Each participant has a limited-edition spatula (from $14.95, williams-sonoma.com). "This design is inspired by my cat, Nacho Flay, who founded his own cat food company to help make sure his fellow felines are well fed," Flay says of his custom spatula. "He'd be honored to know he has a part helping No Kid Hungry feed kids across the U.S."

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Each contributor is aiming to make a lasting difference through the campaign. "Children are our future so it is our responsibility to keep their bellies and souls fed," Brown says. Plus, some celebrities, like Molly Yeh and Brian Hart Hoffman, have custom designed No Kid Hungry Towels ($24.95, williams-sonoma.com). "Some of my favorite things to do with my daughter Bernie are pick apples, bake with apples, sing about apples and eat apples!" Yeh shares of her designs, which feature the fruit. "I hope that through this partnership with No Kid Hungry, every child can have access to healthy food."

You can do your part to help kids by continuing to educate yourself on the initiative, donating, and also shopping these spatulas, tea towels, and even more from the collection. No Kid Hungry Mugs ($3.99, williams-sonoma.com) are available in addition to full No Kid Hungry Guest sets ($29.95, williams-sonoma.com), including hand soap, hand lotion, and a perfumed votive candle. All of these products are available online and in stores through this October. Shop and make a difference in the lives of children today and for their future.