Ina Garten And Other Celebs Designed New Merch For Williams Sonoma Fundraiser

If you've ever shopped at a Williams Sonoma store — or on its website — then you know that this home decor and furniture retailer boasts quite an extensive selection of kitchen and entertaining items that any home cook (or dinner party host) would love to have. Beyond dinnerware sets, cheese boards, and champagne glasses, Williams Sonoma offers prepared food, such as frozen dumplings and wild mushroom soup, and recently announced the debut of Seed & Harvest, a line of grocery items ranging from spice rubs to pasta sauce to brownie mix (via Williams Sonoma).

In addition to stocking homes and kitchens around the world, Williams Sonoma is involved in a number of charitable efforts. In 2005, the retailer partnered with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, to date raising nearly $43 million towards the goal of finding a cure for childhood cancers, and in 2014, it teamed up with No Kid Hungry, the national campaign to end childhood hunger in America (via Williams Sonoma).

Each year, as shared in a press release, Williams Sonoma's Tools for Change fundraiser introduces a limited edition line of kitchen tools and accessories designed by celebrities, whose sales help raise money for the meals that No Kid Hungry provides to children across the country. To date, the program has raised more than $16 million for the fund, and this year, Tools for Change items include those designed by Ina Garten and Tieghan Gerard, the blogger behind the colorful recipe website Half-Baked Harvest.

Spatulas, tea towels, and desserts to help support No Kid Hungry

According to a press release, Williams Sonoma's eighth annual Tools for Change sale includes spatulas, tea towels, desserts, and a mini waffle maker featuring designs from celebrities, culinary personalities, chefs, and social media influencers — among them Ina Garten, whose white "No Kid Hungry" silicone spatula retails for $15.95 and features the Food Network cooking show host's signature in red. The collection also includes a set of Garten-designed cotton tea towels which read, "Cook like a pro!" in Garten's script.

Other products include spatulas and tea towels from Half-Baked Harvest blogger Tieghan Gerard and hip hop artist Big Freedia, and 30% of the retail price of each item in the collection benefits No Kid Hungry, with the $3 million goal of this year's campaign providing 30 million meals to children across the country.

"Our partnership with No Kid Hungry and our annual Tools for Change program creates an exciting opportunity for our customers to join us and participate in our commitment to help No Kid Hungry end childhood hunger in America," Williams Sonoma President Ryan Ross said in the press release. "We are grateful to the celebrity chef partners, culinary personalities and influencers that are participating in this year's program by designing product and using their platform to help us raise funds and awareness of the heroic efforts and important work of No Kid Hungry."