In 1980, Doris Christopher’s youngest daughter was ready to start school, and Doris was ready to go back to work. She was looking for a challenging, satisfying way to have the flexibility to be there for her daughters. Back then, positions like that were hard to find—so she created the opportunity she was looking for. […]
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Giving back to your communities makes all of us stronger. And, we support all the ways our consultants and customers share their passion for cooking and nurturing others. Learn how we’re making a difference in our neighborhoods, community groups, and networks.
Deconstructing the Pampered Chef Kits
Want to know one big reason people choose Pampered Chef as their ideal work-from-home business? They love the products! When you become a Pampered Chef consultant, you’ll get to select your kit, which includes paperwork, business supplies, your apron, and (of course!) products. Check out our Be a Consultant page to see what kits are […]
What Empowerment Looks Like to Us
In 1980, Doris Christopher was looking for a way to contribute to her household income without sacrificing time with her two young daughters. With that goal in mind, she created Pampered Chef. Thirty-eight years later, Doris’ dream to live life on her own terms inspires tens of thousands of people to do the same every […]
Love Letters to Consultants
See what customers have to say about their favorite consultants and how they deliver one-of-a-kind, personal shopping experiences.
3 Reasons to Host a Cooking Party
Get together to eat with friends and learn about cooking in your kitchen. Here’s why you should host a Pampered Chef cooking party.
Summer Hunger: No School Means No Lunch
Melissa is a busy mom of three who works part-time serving lunches at her children’s school. When she was asked to volunteer for a new mobile food pantry, she was eager to help but had one nagging question: Could her family receive the food, too? “Things had been tight for my family for a long […]
Ending Summer Hunger: A Girl’s Message of Thanks [Video]
At first, Zoey seems like your typical 11-year-old. She rides her bike, plays at the playground, and makes crafts from buttons. But she also worries about her mom. (more…)
Summer Hunger: Help Make a Difference This Year
Blenda used to approve food stamp applications for the state of Georgia. At the time, she never thought that she’d end up on the other side of the desk, in need of help. (more…)
7 Ways to Teach Your Children About Hunger (and Take Action!)
Talking to your children about social issues like hunger can be difficult, but it’s important. Here are a few ways you and your family can make an impact in the fight against hunger.