Eva and Rebecca - Founder Directors

From the seed of an idea in 2011 with both our young kids in tow, Rebecca and Eva have both been involved in what has followed.  We are directors of the not-for-profit that holds the operations of Kids Kitchen - supporting strategic decisions and ensuring a safe sustainable experience for everyone that reflects Kids Kitchen's core values.

In addition – Eva leads on the ‘look and feel’ of Kids Kitchen’s activities, having a background in fine art and now being a design associate at design company Co-DB.

Rebecca - Main Coordinator

Having had a freelance background in community engagement, Rebecca is now Kids Kitchen Coordinator.  Rebecca organises the operations of Kids Kitchen Collective, and keeps the hubs connected and supported.

Emma - Treasurer

Emma has a background in marketing, and is now a freelance writer and communications consultant, specialising in architecture and design. She has been involved with Kids Kitchen since the very start, supporting and enjoying our early sessions in Walthamstow with her daughter. She brings much-needed attention to detail and a willingness to get stuck in the the boring admin bits, although she still enjoys getting her apron on.

Our Steering Team

Each of our steering team has experienced, led, volunteered at a Kids Kitchen and brings their own experience to what we do.  They will all have come some way through the Kids Kitchen journey of learning more about how we use food when hanging out with our kids, and they support all the big decisions of our projects.

Our Hubs

Each hub inspires savoury cooking from scratch and a sense of local community.  Pictured - Aneta, South East London Hub Coordinator

The people that make Kids Kitchens happen...

You!

Every session includes everyone in cooking.  We all work together to get to the end of some fabulous savoury cooking, clearing and playing as we go.  So the adults and the kids that choose to spend an hour or two cooking with us are essential to a great Kids Kitchen!

Every Kids Kitchen needs little and big people to cook!

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