YOUTH WORK – Making a sustainable difference to the future of the young people.

We take a holistic approach to tackling food poverty, modern malnutrition and social inequalities. Also, currently in UK affect three million young people from “disadvantaged” backgrounds. Youth Work is about making a sustainable difference of the young people.

Many young people are nowadays reaching an age of financial independence. Independence in terms of their food choices without having the means, skills or the knowledge of how to best shop, cook and eat. 

This ultimately leads to unhealthy food choices resulting in overweight, obesity and early onset of type 2 diabetes.

Therefore, the idea is o engage hard to reach young adults by making participation in our courses easy, then take our courses to them and create a relaxed and inclusive environment.

Participants learn culinary principles that help them to eat well whatever the budget, throughout their lives.

Also, meals are prepared as a team and eaten together at the end of each session.

Therefore, our course structure and content is tailored to the needs of each group. The goal is to foster a sense of camaraderie and leave participants with the confidence to cook without recipes and prepare meals unaided.

Consequently, cooking meals from scratch emphasising fruit and vegetable consumption and our approach transcends the classroom and facilitates long-term behaviour – change, making a sustainable difference to the future of the young people and their community.


Youth Work – Making a Sustainable Difference of the Young People

“I believer the main success of the course was being able to get the young people committed and fully involved in the project. Have also received positive feedback from the young people in the group.”


Youth Worker, Somers Town Youth Centre

“I have seen young people who have never interacted before the sessions, work together cooperatively.”


Senior Youth Worker, Gateway Foyer Hostel

“The children and parents loved the sessions that were ran by Eat Club. We had children from 3-11 years old attending and all of them had a really good time. They learnt a lot about how to use food that might otherwise go to waste and really enjoyed trying new things and getting involved with the preparation, cooking and most importantly the eating! The quick banana ice cream was a particular favourite. We would love to run more sessions in the future with Eat Club.”

School Business Manager, Gospel Oak School

“Copenhagen Youth Project (CYP) have worked in partnership with Eat Club for over two years completing some innovative, exciting, educational and progressive programmes.

These programmes have engaged children and young people aged from 7 to 25 with positive outcomes enabling real change in their lives.

Through the Eat Club programme an industrious, safe and warm environment has been developed which in turn has supported children young people to experience new opportunities, be creative and grow positively using food preparation, cooking and eating as the vehicle.

Eat Club has provided education around food, nutrition and healthier life styles and has also provided knowledge and information on catering and the food industry, skills in planning, preparing and cooking food.

Moreover, hidden behind these more obvious outcomes we have observed children and young people improve their team working skills, communication skills, listening skills, responsiveness, resilience and responsibility. The Eat Club programme has been delivered by a friendly, hardworking and interactive team who have been flexible in their approach resulting in a positive experience and progressive outcomes for all children and young people who participated.”


Project Director & Senior Youth Worker, Copenhagen Youth Project


Eat Club members show a 24% increase in stated confidence levels in cooking new foods


At the end of the last session, 100% of people who cannot cook their favourite meal state a desire to learn (compared to 67% at the first session)


74% of Eat Club respondents state that they have learned new cooking skills during the sessions


88% of Eat Club respondents would be confident in cooking their favourite Eat Club meal at home themselves

Cooking courses are delivered in partnership with various organisations in and around London that have young people in their care.
We create a relaxed, inclusive environment in which meals are prepared as a team and eaten together at the end of each session. Our approach transcends the classroom and facilitates long-term behaviour-change.


The Solo Supper Club is an exciting venture from Eat Club. We run on the principle that no one should eat alone, whether you’re looking to meet new people or simply to sharpen your knife skills in good company, our doors are open.




Join Eat Club in the kitchen for a fun, practical and truly unique event.
Whether it’s tactile team building or a special celebration, we’ll cater to your needs in a sleek central London kitchen. Check out our corporate packages and event offers.




Get in touch

For all inquiries contact Eat Club by:


+44 7452 999751



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London, N1 6AH

Registered Charity No. 1179229

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