Good to Give

Giving back is close to everyone’s heart at Delicious. As a certified Green Mark company and member of the 1% for the Planet movement, not only do we strive to make our events eco-friendly, but actively support charities and partner with companies that give back to the community wherever we can.

Being conscious and aware that we and most of our clients want to ‘do’ good deeds and support causes where possible, we have put together a list of some wonderful initiatives with ‘at home’ events and activities…

We are bringing you the best tasting, most feel good edit that we are loving this season.

Made In Hackney Cooking Class

Made in Hackney deliver life changing courses in local food growing, cooking and composting skills to a diverse range of community groups and clients. All profits from their classes go back into funding cooking classes to those without the resources.

Made In Hackney Cooking Class: Photo Credit

This is  a lovely cooking workshop, with the choice to learn techniques from different cuisines around the world, or a sustainable cooking class.


Cookery classes led by refugees, asylum seekers and migrants struggling to integrate and access employment. 

Celebrate with a Virtual Cooking Class: Photo Credit

One of their chefs will guide your team in preparing a traditional meal from their home country. Each participant can cook along from the comfort of their own kitchen for a moment of connection and learning. 

The chef will provide a list of ingredients required prior to the class, which we will purchase and distribute on your behalf ahead of time. 

Each booking funds a 6 month chef training program supporting refugees to rebuild their lives. 


At Home Sing-A-Long Choir: Photo Link

Bring people together by hosting a live singing event for people to join in from the comfort of their living rooms. So many people have been tuning into this amazing movement started by James Sills over lockdown, bringing people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection. Join a group or create your own private group to connect and sing like no one is listening!


Animals are good for the soul! This is another wonderful interactive session led by winning wildlife artist and children’s book illustrator Jennie Webber and mental health expert George Kiley.

Wildlife Drawing Sessions: Photo Credit

Choose the animals you wish to draw – anything from micro pigs to wolves. The profits made will go to support various animal conservation charities.

Plus with no experience necessary people of all ages and abilities can participate and unleash their creative side.


Embroidery classes that provide skills and English Language lessons for women in need.

At Home Embroidery Classes: Photo Credit

We will send out beginner embroidery kits beforehand for all participants and have one of the teachers guide the class so everyone can make something beautiful!


Perfect for kids – learn how to make a plastic bird out of old milk cartons.

Recycled Milk Bottle Birds: Photo Credit

All proceeds made here will go back into funding the Eden Project which commits to rainforest conservation, local communities, educating future generations about climate change, conserving Britain’s wildlife and many more.


Gardening workshop for beginners which guides guests on useful gardening skills – even with little / no space – hosted by the director of interpretation at the Eden Project.

Gardening Workshops: Photo Credit

All proceeds made here will go back into funding the Eden Project which commits to rainforest conservation, local communities, educating future generations about climate change, conserving Britain’s wildlife and many more.


Host a live talk from one of the Eden Project’s experts talking about how, with small changes, we can all save water everyday in our household.

At Home Water Saving Tips: Photo Credit

All proceeds made here will go back into funding the Eden Project which commits to rainforest conservation, local communities, educating future generations about climate change, conserving Britain’s wildlife and many more.


Virtual cooking class hosted by The Clink – a restaurant charity that originally started in Manchester and has since spread down to Brixton . The Clink employs and trains ex-prisoners in the hospitality business to help them back to work.

Virtual Cooking Class By Trained Ex-Prisoners: Photo Credit


Find the baker within you, with a virtual baking class. This really lovely bakery helps provide training, employment and community to some of the most disadvantaged women in London.

Online Bakery Classes: Photo Credit


With Christmas just around the corner – it’s always a lovely idea to fill a shoebox to send to children in need.

Christmas Shoebox Appeal Talk & Workshop: Photo Credit

Engage guests with a talk from the charity about the ways in which the Christmas Shoebox Appeal has helped so many over the years. Participants will also learn how best to pack a shoebox and where to donate it.

Beforehand we would provide a little list of things recommended for the box, so that they can then go out themselves and buy or find suitable objects from around the house ahead of the session


Choose Love is a charity close to our hearts, and when working on events you’ll always spot us wearing a Choose Love t-shirt.

Choose Love has raised millions for the charity Help Refugees, to support displaced and vulnerable communities, and created a movement of people putting love into action around the world.

Choose Love Talk: Photo Credit

Host a talk where they will expand on all the amazing work they do, with participants being encouraged to make a donation to the cause they’ve been learning about.

We could also send and distribute their amazing t-shirts to all participants for them to wear during the talk!


UpCycled Art Workshop: Photo Credit

Every year more than 8 million tons of plastic end in the ocean – learn about how charities like The Ocean Clean-up turn trash into treasure and then host a workshop for participants to use plastic bottles from around the house into something beautiful.


Artist Talk & Workshop: Photo Credit

Czech artist Veronika Richterova creates beautiful art from plastic bottles. Have a talk hosted by her talking about her inspiration and journey, followed by a live workshop where participants can create beautiful pieces from recycled plastic and bottles, inspired by Veronika.


Online Yoga Classes: Photo Credit

The Give Back Yoga Foundation helps yoga teachers, health workers and charitable organisations offer yoga to those in need — including veterans, prisoners, and individuals facing mental and physical illness.

They work with community partners to increase access to yoga for populations that face systemic bias and prejudice. Host an online yoga class given by the foundation and see the importance of yoga in everyday life, encouraging participants to then make a donation to the charity so even more people can benefit from the power of yoga.


Turn everyday unused objects into a beautiful piece of jewellery.

Jewellery Workshop Using Household Objects: Photo Credit

Ruth Wood works with recycled objects to create jewellery of all kinds and is happy to adapt any workshop to a specific subject. Guests can find items from around their house, with guidance from Ruth for them to create beautiful jewellery of all different shapes and sizes.


Plastic bags start out as fossil fuels and end up as deadly waste in landfills and the ocean. To stop the use of plastic bags – why not create your own material tote bag for you to use every day with a guided workshop.

Tote Bag Workshop: Photo Credit


Floral Angels is a UK based charity that delivers flowers to refugees/hospices/shelter/care homes.

Flower Arranging Workshop: Photo Credit

We can deliver guests a mini bouquet to learn the art of flower arranging from a trained florist – if UK based we can arrange for these to be collected and distributed to local communities via Floral Angels.


The Minimalists Talk: Photo Credit

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less. Captivate guests with this thought-provoking talk and approach to life. Teaching people how to improve their quality of life by consuming less and appreciating the things they own and shopping more sustainably.


Help musicians recognises how hard and expensive it is to get started and train to be a musician. Every year they help hundreds of emerging musicians to develop their talent and get the crucial break they need.

Have musicians who have benefited from the charity put on a personal concert for you to enjoy from home!

Help Musicians Concert: Photo Credit

If any of these amazing causes, charity events and workshops appeal to you, please get in touch. We have creative ways to produce engaging online content for your next event.

Do get in touch for an informal chat on how we can best help you captivate your online audience:

Shout out too all the amazing charities that work tirelessly to make the world a better place!

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