Campus Program

Our core program engages college students on 80+ campuses across  the world in weekly volunteer service, philanthropy and advocacy. 

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How Our Chapters #BakeaDifference

Every week, thousands of student participants across the US, Canada, Australia, and England gather to continue the centuries-old tradition of baking challah together and practicing
social justice (tikkun olam) in an inclusive environment. 

At these college chapters, student volunteers come together to bake challah bread. While the dough rises, they discuss local and global hunger issues and advocacy tactics. They sell the challah to fellow students, university staff and community members. 50% of profits are donated to MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and 50% to a local nonprofit fighting hunger in their community. Local partners include the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank in Virginia, Yolo Food Bank in California, and City Harvest in New York.

Resources for Chapter Leaders

Get involved in our current advocacy initiative, The Campus Hunger Project. Looking for our
online resources, new board member trainings,  and reporting tools? Visit the Marketplace. 

If you are an alumni and want to connect with a chapter, visit our Alumni page. 

 

 

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