Our first Campus Hunger Project Cohort video is Rachel from USC

Did you know that nearly 20% of students in the University of California system went hungry at times? Hear how Rachel from USC got involved with Challah for Hunger, the Campus Hunger Project, and how she is fighting hunger on her campus. Donate to Challah for Hunger today to support Rachel and her work. Tomorrow … Continue reading Our first Campus Hunger Project Cohort video is Rachel from USC

It’s launch time! Support the Campus Hunger Project

Today we are launching a 2 week campaign to support the Campus Hunger Project and our student volunteers. Over the next 2 weeks we will be featuring videos on all of our social media platforms of students who are part of our Campus Hunger Project Cohort. We also encourage you to share the videos with … Continue reading It’s launch time! Support the Campus Hunger Project

Our staff are famous!

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’re Hiring!

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 

Defining Failure More Fairly

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