For every spatula purchased from Williams Sonoma, 30% of the profit will go towards ending childhood hunger. 

By Lauren Pardee
August 23, 2018
Olivia Munn Spatula
Designed by Olivia Munn.
| Credit: Courtesy of William Sonoma

Williams Sonoma’s new line of celebrity-designed spatulas is bringing more to the table than a delicious meal and fun kitchen detailing. The fan-favorite kitchenware and home furnishing company is celebrating their seventh annual program benefitting No Kid Hungry with a new line of spatulas that feature doodles by some very famous individuals.

Giada Spatula
Designed by Giada De Laurentiis.
| Credit: Courtesy of William Sonoma

Available for $14 a spatula, 30% of all the proceeds will go towards the national campaign to end childhood hunger in America. Williams Sonoma is aiming to raise $2.5 million, which could provide close to 25 million meals to children in need.

Carson Daly Spatula
Designed by Carson Daly.
| Credit: Courtesy of William Sonoma

Each spatula offers a unique charm, almost as if you’re gaining a personalized craft from the celeb creator themselves thanks to each authentic design. Cooking fanatics can whip up dinner courtesy of Giada, Duff Goldman, and Ina Garten—here’s to hoping it inspires your best plates.

Duff Goldman Spatula
Designed by Duff Goldman.
| Credit: Courtesy of William Sonoma

For microwave dinner experts whose kitchens are strictly decorative, may we suggest a Carson Daly, Gwen Stefani, Kevin Bacon, or Laila Ali spatula? Olivia Munn’s “bon appétit” design may take the cake for cutest print—not to mention it’s perfect for any dog lover.

“Since we’ve started working with No Kid Hungry we have seen the statistics change for the better from 1 in 5 children in the U.S. facing hunger to 1 in 6,” said Janet Hayes, president of Williams Sonoma in a press release. “We are committed to working with No Kid Hungry in order to end childhood hunger in America. We are grateful to our customers, colleagues and corporate partners whose generosity has already helped raise more than $5.5 million and provided more than 55 million meals to help children in need across the country.”

Ina Spatula
Designed by Ina Garten.
| Credit: Courtesy of William Sonoma

We all know your kitchen could always use one more fun appliance that looks good on display and now you can feel guilt free about purchasing it. Even if you are the worst cook in the world, you can be proud of the fact that you filled a hungry belly, satisfying one more child in need.