Faith Hill is known for a lot of things, however it is her kitchen utensil design skills that are getting the spotlight now. Hill has partnered with the charitable organization No Kid Hungry to raise money for underprivileged children in America that may not have access to the food they need.
The campaign that Hill is taking part in is in conjunction with the household goods retailer Williams Sonoma and is in its 6th year running. The store will carry various spatulas that have been designed by famous people and then donate 30% of the money the special spatulas will sell for ($12.95 each).
“Thanks to our incredibly generous customers, friends of the brand and employees Williams Sonoma was able to raise more than $3.3 million since 2012 to support No Kid Hungry, which equates to 33 million meals served to children in need across the nation,” Janet Hayes, president of Williams Sonoma said. “This year, we’re continuing our efforts with an even loftier goal. We’re renewing our commitment to an organization dedicated to making No Kid Hungry a reality through awareness, action and education.”
Hill’s beautiful and creative spatula features garden vegetables with a tiny birdhouse at the bottom and the word “everyday”, possibly referring to the fact that everyone should have access to fresh and nutritious vegetables every day of their life.
“My spatula was inspired by my parents’ garden that we had growing up and knowing how fortunate we were to be able to grow a lot of our food in our backyard,” Hill said. “Join me in supporting Williams Sonoma’s No Kid Hungry campaign this year. Let’s end childhood hunger.”
According to the No Kid Hungry organization, 13 million kids in American struggle with hunger and 1 in 6 kids don’t get the food they need to grow and be healthy. Luckily there is hope, the spatula campaign has already sold over 50 million pieces that have served over 500 million meals to the kids that need them most!
If you would like to purchase your own spatula to help the children you can do so HERE.
Other ways you can help are listed on the charity’s website HERE.
Join Faith Hill and others to help end childhood hunger in America!