All posts by Miriam Lipschutz

Challah for Hunger Announces Departure of CEO Carly Zimmerman

Challah for Hunger (CfH) announced today that our Chief Executive Officer, Carly Zimmerman, will be leaving the organization on Monday, August 19th to take on a new role as BBYO’s Senior Relationship Director after serving as CEO for six years. “I am incredibly grateful for my time with Challah for Hunger,” said Zimmerman. “I will … Continue reading Challah for Hunger Announces Departure of CEO Carly Zimmerman

5 Ways I Made Change on Campus And You Can Too

This blogpost was written by Monica Sager, Challah for Hunger at Clark University and Campus Hunger Project Cohort member 2018-2019  The second year of the Campus Hunger Project Cohort has just ended. Cohort members went through a year of learning, discussing, and action taking. Many new projects and initiatives have been implemented on campuses throughout … Continue reading 5 Ways I Made Change on Campus And You Can Too

Congratulations to our 2018-19 Campus Hunger Project Cohort!

Three years ago we started the Campus Hunger Project (CHP) as a way to center student voices in the fight against campus food insecurity. To build and empower communities to take action on this issue, we created the Campus Hunger Project Cohort: a group of student leaders who receive advanced leadership and advocacy training to … Continue reading Congratulations to our 2018-19 Campus Hunger Project Cohort!

Food Drives: Are they Fair for College Students?

This Op-Ed piece comes from Anna Porter, a Campus Hunger Project Cohort member at the University of Vermont. As a part of the Cohort, students share their vision for change as a part of their campaigns in an Op-Ed. The holiday season has always been characterized by “Holiday Food Drives” to local pantries. In elementary school, my … Continue reading Food Drives: Are they Fair for College Students?

Stand in Strength with Tree of Life: Ways to Take Action

At Challah for hunger, we’ve seen individuals, partners, organizations, and coalitions come together to support Jewish families and communities impacted by the tragedy at the Tree of Life. Some ways you can take action and show support are:   The ADL has put together a list of vigils happening around the country to mourn the victims of … Continue reading Stand in Strength with Tree of Life: Ways to Take Action