Challah for Hunger brings people together to bake and sell challah to raise money and awareness for social justice.
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As we start a new semester, we’re asking students, “What does CfH mean to you?”
We have heard from a lot of students and are excited to share their stories with you. First up is Miriam Lipschutz, (pictured left) from the University of Vermont:
I got involved last year during the school year by coming to bake once a week and have loved it ever since! A fun fact about me is I learned to make challah with my mom growing up, and she learned from her mom, and she learned from her mom, etc. So I am excited to continue this family tradition and fight food insecurity at the same time!
We’re so inspired by your challah baking through the generations and that you’re “baking up” new memories with the UVM chapter!
Big things are happening in Bethlehem, PA! For the past couple semesters, CfH at Lehigh has formed a partnership with a local food truck, FudTruk. FudTruk orders challah and uses the loaves to create a delicious masterpiece of challah French toast. All the French toast sales are donated back to Lehigh CfH.
New year, new role! Koty graduated from Temple University and is now working part-time as the Communications & Development Associate at CfH. In her new role she will focus on communications with newsletters, social media, website and fundraising development.
5 fun facts you didn’t know about Koty
1. She could eat popcorn for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
2. She likes to make memes in her free time.
3. She is training for the Broad Street Run in May 2016.
4. She likes to sing out loud when she runs.
5. The first time she made challah was when she started working for CfH.
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!Join the Campaign!