Aspiring to do more than build a culinary empire, Ayesha Curry is joining the campaign to end child hunger in America by teaming up with the nonprofit group No Kid Hungry.
The budding chef and wife of NBA star Steph Curry has designed the spatulas for high-end retailer Williams-Sonoma. The company annually teams up with No Kid Hungry, a charity set up to help the more than 16 million children who are undernourished, by giving a portion of the sale of certain products to the organization.
Curry, a mother of two, is doing her part to help by designing colorful spatulas for the specialty retailer.
Curry took to Instagram to preview the spatula designs that include a salt and pepper shaker labeled “Curry” in gold and blue hues similar to her husband’s Golden State Warriors uniform with a chef’s hat and the catch phrase “thyme to cook,” and a less animated crisp white design with her signature and the No Kid Hungry logo.
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AYESHA CURRY TEAMS UP WITH WILLIAM-SONOMA AND THE NO KID HUNGRY CAMPAIGN was originally published on praisecleveland.com