Alex Jones and a host of celebrities have teamed up to participate in Celebrity Cookalong with Cookalong TV, benefitting a number of charities.
Celebrities including Alex Jones, Sir Ian Botham, Jodie Kidd, Ronni Ancona, Sally Phillips, Skye McAlpine, Chemmy Alcott, Joe Marler, Chris Robshaw, and Rebecca Adlington, have teamed up to participate in Celebrity Cookalong with Cookalong TV, benefitting charities including Action for Children, Alzheimer’s Society, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Cancer Research UK, Refuge, Missing People, Encephalitis Society, and Oracle Cancer Trust.
The series kicks off with The One Show host Jones, July 2, and the public can enter a raffle and make a donation at cookalong.tv for the chance to take part.
Christopher Mair, Founder and CEO of Cookalong TV, commented, “The Covid-19 pandemic has been an extremely challenging time for everyone, especially the most vulnerable members of society. With the launch of Cookalong TV and the Celebrity Cookalong series, we hope to provide some desperately needed financial support to the charities and volunteers who fundraise and help such worthy causes.”
Celebrity Cookalong’s mission is to support various charities in need, by enabling people to make £1 donations in aid of good causes and enter a raffle for the chance to join their favourite celebrities via video chat for intimate and immersive Cookalongs.
Head over to the Cookalong website and sign up to win a chance to cook alongside one of your favourite celebrities via video call. Don’t forget to spread the word in support of good causes and connect with Cookalong TV on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.