Make a meal with a difference
Join the #CookForSyria movement today by hosting your own supper club. Whether you fancy holding a small get-together at home or inviting everyone you know, it’s the perfect chance to get together over food, drink and good cause.
- Register now to hold a #CookForSyria supper club.
- Get planning with your free #CookForSyria hosting guide – full of recipes, materials and tips.
- Cook up a feast and raise money to help keep Syrian children safe this winter
Anything! Adapt your favourite dishes, practise some fancy new skills or whip up something super simple. We’ll help you plan the perfect supper club to suit you. Why not mix it up with a ‘bring your own’ pot-luck dinner or a Syrian brunch?
Why does your meal matter?
Farah left Syria when she was just two.
Now six years old, she lives in a caravan in Za’atari Camp in Jordan with her family, and has started her education at a Unicef-supported school.
By supporting #CookForSyria with your supper club, you can help Unicef protect Syrian children like Farah and give them hope for a happy future.
could provide three textbooks to a school, helping give children the chance to learn and progress in life.
could buy a ‘School in a Box’ containing materials for teachers to help at least 40 children learn in times of conflict.
could provide a month’s supply of life-saving peanut paste to bring a severely malnourished child back to health.
#CookForSyria is a global fundraising initiative founded by Clerkenwell Boy, Serena Guen and Gemma Bell in partnership with Unicef Next Generation London. Launched in 2016, #CookForSyria received the Observer Food Monthly’s 2017 Best Ethical Food Project Award and has raised £550,000 net worldwide. Visit the campaign website to learn more.