Recipes rebuilding lives
Award-winning cookery classes taught to you by expert refugee and migrant chefs from around the world
Welcome to Migrateful
We run cookery classes led by migrant chefs who are struggling to integrate and access employment, due to legal and linguistic barriers. Our mission is to empower and celebrate our chefs on their journey to employment and independence.
Celebrate Christmas with Migrateful
Our online cookery classes bring employees, friends and family together to connect, feel merry, learn new skills and mark the holiday season in a memorable way.
Join our Distanced Dinner Party
On Friday 13th November, we’re hosting our next Distanced Dinner Party, as reviewed in the Sunday Times, where our wonderful Moroccan chef will be cooking up a 3 course, authentic Moroccan feast, delivered to your door.
The Migrateful chef family now represents over 25 different countries. Find out more about our chefs and the stories that brought them to the UK.
Learn delicious and authentic recipes from around the world. A great way to improve your cooking skills and feel connected with other.
Migrateful’s cookery classes help support migrants and refugees struggling to rebuild their lives.
Team & group classes
Looking for an amazing team building activity for your team working from home? Wanting to celebrate a loved one, whilst also making a huge difference to the life of our refugee chefs?
An online class is the perfect activity to enjoy with colleagues or family that aren’t near you.
Why not gift your loved one the chance to learn a brand new cuisine and support our amazing chefs to rebuild their lives! One gift voucher entitles you to attend a cookery class with any of our chefs.
Looking for catering with a difference? We provide delicious, authentic food cooked by the Migrateful chefs, for parties big and small.
The Migrateful blog is a chance to learn more about our chef’s stories and gain insight on issues such as the global migrant crisis, climate change, the hostile environment policy, integration and food as a tool to allow communities to flourish.
Many of our chefs are unable to legally work and have no recourse to public funds whilst they are awaiting a decision from the Home Office about their immigration status. Our solidarity fund enables them to pay for some of their basic needs such as transport and food.