Your feedback and thoughts are important to us! If you are a participant at a Challah for Hunger chapter, please take 5 minutes to complete our year end survey. It’s live and will be open until mid-May. Each person who completes the full survey will be entered into a raffle to win a $100 Amazon gift card. The chapter … Continue reading 2015 Chapter Survey is Live
From the Atlanta Jewish Times, April 20, 2015 Challah for Hunger was proud to partner with Atlanta organizations for the fifth annual Hunger seder. Alumna and Board Chair Elect Liz Smulian, and Alumnus and Chapter Advisor, Nick Thompson represented Challah for Hunger at this great event. Click here to reach to full story online.
By Elana Silberstein, as featured on the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation blog Challah for Hunger (CfH) has taught me how meaningful it is to gather communities to “bake a difference,” as we like to say. Earlier this year I was lucky to represent CfH at the Jewish Federations of North America’s General Assembly. … Continue reading Giving Back Never Tasted So Good
Making A Difference In Saint Louis By Jaclyn French I joined Challah for Hunger during my sophomore year at Washington University in Saint Louis, hoping to find a fun way to engage with the Jewish community on campus, meet new people, and scratch my baking itch outside of my tiny dorm kitchen. Little did I … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: Jaclyn French
The feature comes to us from Stanford Challah for Hunger leaders, Santana and Rachel, and the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Blog. Rachel and Santana recently served as committee members for Challah for Hunger’s January west coast leadership summit. Both Rachel and Santana serve as Co-Directors of the Stanford Challah for Hunger chapter. They … Continue reading Finding Philanthropy, Service and Community All in One
Buy a challah and feed the hungry By Dan Pine, JWeekly staff Stanford University senior Rachel Waltman has her hands full these days, finishing up her studies before graduating in June. But every Thursday she takes a break from studying and gets her hands full of sticky, yeasty bread dough. If it’s Thursday, it’s Challah … Continue reading CfH featured in JWeekly cover story
By Betsy Besser, Chapter Founder and President at Vermont Since founding Challah for Hunger at the University of Vermont, I been constantly inspired by our university’s FeelGood chapter. FeelGood is a global community of dedicated individuals dedicated to ending extreme hunger around the world. Every Monday evening, they host a general meeting with activities and updates on … Continue reading Groovy UV Challah for Hunger Making Groovy Grilled Cheese
Impact in Action! Volunteers from our chapter at Northwestern give back at their local organization, The Ark, packaging food for those in need. See more photos from their service day on their Facebook Page.
Step 1: Use your challah recipe to make plain challah dough. Step 2: For each strand of challah: Roll out a strand of dough. Flatten the strand. Spread a layer of peanut butter on the strand. Be sure to spread the peanut butter in the middle of the strand leaving untouched dough on both sides. … Continue reading Recipe of the Month: Virginia’s PB & J Challah
We’re proud to welcome chapter #72, Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA to our Challah family. Last night Carly Zimmerman, Challah CEO, joined chapter founders Michelle Orden and Yael Farber and 35 volunteers for a baking and hunger education event. A big thanks to the Asbell Center for Jewish Life at Dickinson and Hillel for supporting a … Continue reading New Chapter: Dickinson College