Challah for Hunger brings people together to bake and sell challah to raise money and awareness for social justice.
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CfH is back on campus and we are ready to share our first back-to-school feature at the University of Maryland (shout-out to our Program Associate Talia #alumni from UMD).
Co-President Joelle Lang shares some new recipe ideas with us – while also bringing back fan favorites
“We have experimented with a lot of challah flavors, some of biggest hits include our Rosh Hashanah apple cinnamon challah and our Thanksgiving pumpkin spice challah. This year, we plan to bring back our best sellers, such as our Za’atar challah, as well as try out a few new flavors such as hazelnut and lemon zest.”
Hello Challahverse, my name is Nathan Landay and I am excited to be the guest blogger of the week. I first encountered CfH on a college tour and sought out this “nifty” social justice/baking organization when I entered Occidental College as a first year.
I had the opportunity to start the 41st chapter (we now have over 80!) with fellow dedicated campus leaders. The highlight of my time at CfH as an undergrad was watching a new community form over the course of four years with individuals from all corners of campus who came together to help bake a difference.
I made friends with peers I otherwise would not have known while growing as a leader and developing my understanding of tikkun olam or repair the world. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to pay it forward and help create these amazing experiences for students as the new LA Program Associate.
Now that the CfH Alumni Campaign is up and running, we’re excited to share a spotlight with you! Bianca Pasternack is an alumna from Vassar College. She designed mouthwatering and creative fliers for her chapter and continues to share her creative talents as our go-to graphic designer!
If you’re an alum and want to be featured, tell us what you’ve been up to by filling out this form!
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