All posts by Talia Berday Sacks

Student Perspectives: UMass-Amherst and the Campus Hunger Project

Rebecca Goldberg, a junior, and Arielle Newman, a senior, are co-presidents of Challah for Hunger at University of Massachusetts – Amherst. To follow our chapters’ research and advocacy work, sign up for monthly updates here. We decided to get involved in the Campus Hunger Project because as a chapter we want to be advocates for our … Continue reading Student Perspectives: UMass-Amherst and the Campus Hunger Project

Student Perspectives: College Meals Plans and Campus Hunger

Lauren is one of five student leaders on the Campus Hunger Project Planning Team. She is a current sophomore and a board member of Challah for Hunger at the University of Vermont. To follow Lauren and the Planning Team’s progress, sign up for monthly updates here. As a student at the University of Vermont, I have seen … Continue reading Student Perspectives: College Meals Plans and Campus Hunger

Our Latest Update on the Campus Hunger Project

Meet Our Student Planning Team Alex, UC-Berkeley Arielle, Colgate University Bridget, University of Arizona Lauren R, University of Wisconsin-Madison Lauren B, University of Vermont This team is busy teaching other chapter leaders about the Campus Hunger Project, supporting students as they conduct interviews with administrators, and organizing campus events. Student Perspectives As students conduct interviews … Continue reading Our Latest Update on the Campus Hunger Project

Student Perspectives: The Campus Hunger Project

As Challah for Hunger chapter leaders conduct interviews with campus administrators, we are inviting student leaders to share their advocacy experience. Sophomores Gerry and Yvonne are student leaders at the CfH chapter at Washington University of St. Louis, and share their interview experience below.  Our  interview with an assistant dean in the Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student … Continue reading Student Perspectives: The Campus Hunger Project

Challah for Hunger Receives Social Action Award

We are excited to announce that Challah for Hunger received The Maurice L. Perlzweig Award for Social Action from the World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS). WUJS is an international, pluralistic, non-partisan umbrella organization supporting national independent Jewish student associations all over the world.On January 4th, a jury of WUJS alumni and partners recognized Challah for Hunger for engaging … Continue reading Challah for Hunger Receives Social Action Award

Why does marketing matter?

Nearly 50% of food insecure students in the University of California system wanted, but didn’t receive, information about who to talk to on their campus about not having enough food according to a recent study. Additionally, 45% of food insecure students didn’t receive but wanted to know locations of food pantries. Marketing matters. Colleges and universities are starting to test out … Continue reading Why does marketing matter?