Don your Christmas Jumpers and gather your family around the kitchen table for a kid-friendly 'Natale' Masterclass in honour of Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day 2020! This year, we have chosen to support Save the Children through donating the profits from our Masterclass to Save the Children. By choosing our Family Festive Pasta Making Masterclass, you will be helping support Save the Children to make sure children here in the UK, and across the world, are safe and healthy, that they are given the opportunity to learn and grow, and help ensure that no child goes without varied, nutritious food.
What’s included? Learn how to make festive pasta shapes from scratch, such as a very special star-shaped ravioli, with Head Chef at Pasta Evangelists, Roberta d’Elia. Ahead of your session, Roberta will post your very festive pasta-making kit direct to your door, complete with her favourite pasta flour, festive pasta cutters, Little Chef’s hats and artisan beech wood tools from Italy.
How it works: You will require access to Zoom video calling and a webcam. Please note, your kit will be dispatched 8-12 days from placing your order. 48 hours before the event, you will be sent a Chef's Welcome email including your Zoom link, login details and a list of how to prepare yourself for the class. If you have any questions or queries, please contact our chef on firstname.lastname@example.org.
All profits from our Festive Family Pasta-Making Classes will be donated to Save the Children Fund Registered Charity No. in England and Wales (213890), Scotland (SC039570) and Isle Of Man (199). Note: Donations will support children and communities, both in the UK and globally. They will be used wherever the need is greatest.
T&Cs: Each child attending this virtual masterclass should be accompanied by an adult at all times. Please be aware that our pasta-making kit is only suitable for children aged 5+. This set is not a toy. This kit includes a sharp object (pasta cutter) so should be used with adult supervision only.
For more information on Save the Children’s Global Malnutrition Initiative go to https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/what-we-do/hunger. To find out what Save the Children are doing to prevent children going hunger and support families here in the UK go to https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/blogs/2020/no-child-should-go-hungry-in-the-holidays or you can email CorporateSupport@savethechildren.org.uk.