Cohort Students Develop Resource Guides to Help Students in Need

Our 11 Campus Hunger Project Cohort members have begun their advocacy work on campus by creating a Campus Resource Guide. This collection of resources helps provide students experiencing food insecurity with all-inclusive information on where they can obtain free or cheap food on and off campus. In addition to creating the resource guides, Cohort members … Continue reading Cohort Students Develop Resource Guides to Help Students in Need

How UVA’s Chapter is Taking Action Against Campus Hunger

This post is from Gwen Dilworth, a 4th Year American Studies major from the University of Virginia (UVA) and current president of CfH at UVA.  When I first volunteered with Challah for Hunger during my first year at the University of Virginia (UVA), I distinctly remember the then-President explaining why she chose to invest so much … Continue reading How UVA’s Chapter is Taking Action Against Campus Hunger

Students Advocate For California Campus Hunger Legislation

Recently, Challah for Hunger and student leaders representing seven of our chapters in California submitted a letter of support for a California bill that would cover the cost of a college meal plan, worth 10 meals per week for low-income college students attending public universities and colleges in the state. Read our letter of support … Continue reading Students Advocate For California Campus Hunger Legislation

UC Davis Students Meet California State Senator

Guest post by Hana, Challah for Hunger at UC Davis and 2017/2018 Campus Hunger Cohort member. Hana created a local resource map for students so they can easily access existing basic needs resources. This will help to increase awareness of food insecurity, and reduce the stigma on students for being food insecure. Earlier this quarter, CfH at Davis … Continue reading UC Davis Students Meet California State Senator

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