Doing Good Catering
Eat Well, Do Good
Doing Good Catering is a sustainable catering company that gives its customers the opportunity to support free cooking sessions to vulnerable groups in Cardiff through its cooking school.
Run by Emily & Steen, Doing Good Catering is a small family catering business based in Cardiff that uniquely provides local businesses with the opportunity to build their Corporate Social Responsibility targets through delivering tried-and-tested cooking sessions to the most disadvantaged in our community.
Find out how our Community Growth Programme works.
Delicious food, ethically sourced and much of it locally grown in our allotment in Cardiff – what’s not to like? Choose from one of the options below to find out what Doing Good Catering can do for you, and what you can do for the community.
HEALTHY FROZEN DISHES TO YOUR DOOR
by sustainable Cardiff caterer Steen the Chef
With empty shop shelves and the choice of fresh ingredients reducing by the day, you can eat healthily by bulk purchasing our main dishes, delivered frozen to you.
Costing as little as £5.50, an order of 12 dishes can cost as little as £59.40 giving you a delicious main meal for almost two weeks.You defrost and reheat, adding rice, pasta, veg or salad to create a healthy, nutritious meal.
Prepared by our family business in Cardiff, we give you serving suggestions on what goes with which dish.
Community Growth Programme:
How it works
- All catering packs have a voluntary per-person surcharge
- All surcharge money is spent on training cooking skills to communities in Cardiff and South Wales
- You get well fed, but more importantly you are investing in your community – social capital which you can share in your marketing and social media
- You’ve made a big difference to people’s lives and done good
Find Out More about the Community Growth programme
You Add A Voluntary Surcharge to your catering order.
We use your surcharge to deliver cooking sessions
You have made a difference with good catering
Steen's Cooking School
Steen has been teaching young people and community groups cooking skills since 2008. His philosophy is that food is the route to well-being and learning to cook gives independence and control over health, finances and social exclusion. A Health Champion and youth worker he knows how to engage and inspire.