Attention Philadelphia friends! Join Challah for Hunger and Repair the World as we bake a difference together with Young Involved Philadelphia. Together we will braid challah and learn ways to address food insecurity in our community. You will walk away from this event with a delicious challah to take home and bake and a list of … Continue reading State of Young Philly: Bake a Difference!
Our Program Associate Eliana and Communications & Development Associate Vincent were recently featured on the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation blog. Vincent shared common misconceptions about global hunger, talked about the best advice he’s ever received and (of course) picked his favorite flavor of challah! Read his full interview here. Eliana shared lessons learned … Continue reading Our staff are famous!
We have an exciting update on the Campus Hunger Project! We are seeking a strategic planning consultant to help us evaluate and grow the Campus Hunger Project. Applicants, access the RFP here. Questions about the RFP process can be directed to our Director of Campus Programs, Talia Berday-Sacks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are proud to share the hard work of our students through the Campus Hunger Project Year One Report. In this report, we reveal the results of our national research project – our first ever – which investigates hunger and food insecurity on the college campus. Student leaders on 23 campuses conducted interviews with student … Continue reading Campus Hunger Project Year One Report
We are saddened and appalled by the events in Charlottesville. Racism and anti-Semitism have no place in our country and violence is never tolerable. We must all speak out and live our values through our actions. Challah for Hunger has been and will continue to be a welcoming and inclusive community that unites to help … Continue reading No place for Anti-Semitism or Racism
Join us in welcoming our newest board members, a diverse and talented group of individuals: Maya, our student representative from Miami, Sophie, a dedicated alumna from UNC Chapel Hill, Eileen, a volunteer who has helped us grow our Social Change Bakery and Giving Circle programs, Wendy, a parent of current superstar Jenna at Oxy and … Continue reading Challah for Hunger welcomes 6 new board members
Applications are now open for two new positions at Challah for Hunger! We are excited to add a Program Associate and a Development and Communications Associate to our team in Philadelphia. To learn more about both positions check out the links below: Program Associate Development and Communications Associate
The New York Times article “On Campus, Failure is on the Syllabus” (June 24) about efforts by colleges to teach coping skills to high-achieving, helicopter-parented students paints a worrisomely narrow picture of today’s college student. In this piece, higher education administrators describe how initiatives like anti-stigma campaigns and special apps were developed in response to … Continue reading Defining Failure More Fairly
Your voice matters to us. This is why we are looking for a student representative to serve on our national Board of Directors. The Challah for Hunger Board of Directors is a group of committed volunteers who are responsible for overseeing the organization’s activities. Board members meet periodically to discuss and vote on the affairs of … Continue reading Apply to join our National Board of Directors
Looking for an opportunity to get back involved with Challah for Hunger? We’ve got three for you! Still curious? Click here to read a reflection on last year’s giving circle from co-leader and alumna Kate Belza and learn more about the early years of the giving circle from co-leader and alumna Amanda Winer.