The Campus Hunger Project

Millions of college students today are
experiencing hunger and food insecurity.
They don’t know where their next meal is coming from and don’t have the resources to afford or access food. 

We’re taking action to find a long-term solution with an educational campaign and national research project.

Join us.

I’m a supporter or partner

1. Learn about campus food insecurity and share what you learn.

2. Support the work of our student advocates.

3. Get the latest updates on our progress.

Current College Students

Learn and advocate with our digital Toolkit.

Access our 5 step overview of campus food insecurity and resources to lead an info session on campus. Click here to access the Toolkit by creating an account on our online platform.

Not a Challah for Hunger student leader but want to get involved? Email our Director of Campus Programs Talia at [email protected] 

Participate in our national research project.

Conduct an interview with an administrator in a student affairs or financial aid office and share your findings. Contact our Director of Campus Programs Talia at [email protected] to get started.

Connect with our National Cohort

Over the next 2 years, we’re leading a cohort-based learning program on 10 campuses for students to design and implement projects that engage their peers and communities. Cohort members get leadership training from our staff, network with experts in the field, and spend a year engaging in high-level advocacy work.

Access Emergency Food  Resources

If you are a college student and need immediate food assistance, please visit our Resource Library. 

Get a basic overview of campus food insecurity
Get a basic overview of campus food insecurity to understand the problem

Do you have questions or ideas? Please reach out to Talia, Director of Campus
Programs at [email protected] 

Press Inquiries: email CEO Carly at [email protected]

Make a donation to support the Campus Hunger Project today to help fund research, awareness and solutions that will feed hungry students.