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Attention Students and Alumni: Take A Look at Our Surveys!

Every year, we send current student leaders and their volunteers a survey. The survey always provides us with helpful feedback. Thanks to the students who fill it, we’ve been able to improve our resources and strengthen our community.

Take the Student Survey here. 

For the first time ever, we are also releasing an alumni survey to better understand where our alumni are today and how CfH has shaped their lives post-graduation.

Take the Alumni Survey here.

From Cooking to Advocacy on Campus

Arielle Pearlman is a senior at Colgate University, graduating in May with a double major in Psychology and Spanish. She is a board member of Challah for Hunger at Colgate and serves on of the Student Planning Team for the Campus Hunger Project.

“Until the past few years, the problem of college students experiencing hunger and food insecurity received little attention and was under-researched. Coming from a private liberal arts college, this type of hyper-local hunger was never really on my radar.”

She reflected on her experience on The Charles and Lynn Schusterman
Family Foundation
 blog. You can read her full piece here.

Statement on Rise in Food Insecurity on College Campuses

Today at a town hall held at George Washington University, the Wisconsin HOPE Lab and the Association of Community College Trustees released their latest survey on food insecurity among college and university students. In response to these recent findings and to the February 23rd letter to the Government Accountability Office from Senator Debbie Stabenow, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Patty Murray and Senator Edward Markey requesting a more comprehensive assessment of this issue by the Government Accountability Office, we issued a statement. Read our full statement here.

 

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Our goal is to expand our network to 100 active chapters by the end of the 2016-2017 school year and you can help make this possible!