Cooking up that team spirit
Free to Feed offers some great ways to build workplace spirit and forge new team relationships. We love meeting teams from organisations that are looking for unique ways to have fun together while supporting our community.
Our dynamic, delicious events can be as hands-on or off as suits your needs – just be prepared for an easy-going activity that’s sure to get some interesting and insightful conversation flowing! If your work culture is one that celebrates diversity, encourages learning and endorses new experiences, then let’s get cooking together!
To find out more about our Workshops and book one in, please get in touch via the form below.
Words from past participants
“Loved how interactive it was getting to chop all the ingredients and try cooking everything – rather than just being shown – and how everything was really explained and background given. The whole experience felt super personal and warm and the passion of all the staff was so good. I’ll definitely be organising one for me and my friends!” –Deliveroo team member
“Nayran was amazing – just like our leaders, they can make or break a trip. It doesn’t matter whether we learnt or missed learning, stirred things or mixed it up, or couldn’t try everything, it was all about Nayran’s ability to engage and interact. Her humour and openness was great and I will certainly be using the recipes!” Intrepid Group team member
“Thank you for being part of World Culture Day at Macquarie Bank. We received so much positive feedback and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the cooking class – in particular, learning the Syrian culture which we don’t get to learn in Melbourne. We are all inspired by Nayran’s stories and we would definitely keep Free to Feed in mind for future corporate events.” –Macquarie Bank team member
“The dinners are relaxed, educational, fun and flexible, in that attendees can be as highly or little involved in the cooking as they wish. The teachers are all highly engaged and engaging. Every event has been well organised, smoothly run and thoroughly enjoyed by all attendees. The concept really resonates with Melbourne people, who often feel incapable of somehow taking action to support refugees and asylum seekers.” –Intrepid Travel co-founder