Do you feel your team needs some ‘social time’?

Have they all been working remotely and taking too much advantage of ‘Just Eat’?

Why don’t you bring them together for a short, fun and interactive
cooking session which will take place digitally?

Get them to tune in to an hour-long cook-along session run by an Eat Club Chef!

How it works?

Participants will be prepped on what to prepare ahead of the session and will tune in from their kitchen ‘prep station.’

Equipment will be kept to a minimum.

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An engaging Eat Club session leader will lead the session, preparing the food and talking through the menu and recipe.

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Attendees will be able to post questions and see their colleagues cooking along.

Common ingredients which are easy to procure will be used.

Following the session, attendees will have the opportunity to eat with their colleagues.

• If requested, a competitive element may be introduced.
This could take the form of pre- or post-session challenges such as making the most visually appealing pickles or preparing lunch for a week.

• Depending on the numbers joining, attendees may be put into break out groups to chat among themselves.

Book now!

£129

per session

10

up to 10 participants

Cost includes:
All planning, menu creation and delivery
Does not include:
Food costs for participants.

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Lockdown will be easing in the UK.

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Many organisations will resume operations or think about reopening the office.

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For others, remote working will be the order of the day for many months to come.

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Regardless of whether teams will be working digitally, or socially distanced side by side, now is the time to re-connect and energise teams to take on a radically different world.

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Lockdown will be easing in the UK.
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Many organisations will resume operations or think about reopening the office.
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For others, remote working will be the order of the day for many months to come.
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Regardless of whether teams will be working digitally, or socially distanced side by side, now is the time to re-connect and energise teams to take on a radically different world.

Why Eat Club?

Since March 2020, EAT CLUB has had to transform the way it reaches young people.

Like many organisations, closure of youth centres had forced delivery online and we therefore created a direct channel to our participants via Instagram and YouTube.

Live sessions have also been delivered on Zoom and despite the pandemic,
we ran 100 sessions in 2020, engaging with around 500 children and young people.

By cooking with us, you will be supporting the valuable work the charity does in improving the health and wellbeing of young Londoners.

Numbers from 2020

numbers from 2020
Young people participated in sessions
numbers from 2020
Sessions delivered (zoom, instagram and in person)
numbers from 2020
New community partners
numbers from 2020
Instagram Live sessions
numbers from 2020
Young people join Young Leaders Programme
Your donations to our Localgiving campaign
will directly support our work with young Londoners.

Your donations to our Localgiving campaign will directly support our work with young Londoners.

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Get in touch

For all inquiries contact Eat Club by:

Phone

+44 7452 999751

Email

Address

Hackney Cooperative Development,
62 Beechwookd road, London, E8 3DY