Actor Josh Duhamel showed off his kitchen skills by making packed lunches at a charity event aimed at tackling childhood hunger.
The Transformers star attended Unilever’s Project Sunlight’s #ShareAMeal event in New York on Monday (13Oct14). Duhamel joined youth activist Joshua Williams in making sandwiches for local families to support the charity, which aims to stamp out hunger for deprived children living in the U.S. The actor, who has a 14-month-old son, Axl, with singer Fergie, also penned an article for Huffingtonpost.com about how he became involved in the initiative, writing, “Since becoming a father, the idea of a child going hungry is something that makes me want to do everything in my power to help fight the problem. I couldn’t imagine being faced with the struggle of wondering where the family’s next meals will be coming from, or the heartbreak and anguish that it must cause the parents and children… “I’m thrilled to join forces with Unilever Project Sunlight and Feeding America to help draw attention to the very serious issue of child hunger in the U.S. with the Share a Meal campaign. The more I’ve learned about childhood hunger, the more I’m confident we can together make a difference.”