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 great event.
Congrats to our London chapter and incredible leader, Debbi Rosenthal, on your recent microgrant to expand your program! We’re so proud to have you as part of our international community. Click Here to read Debbi’s reflection on the JHub grant.
We mustache you a question: Have you seen the photos from the West Coast summit yet? What are you waiting for? Click here to view our gallery.
Welcome to our new website! We are excited to share the new online home of Challah for Hunger. Please come back often to see the great updates we have planned for our new site.
Student leaders can still access the online reporting tools by clicking the button on the homepage.
Thanks to Whitney Krape of FormFunction for the beautiful design!
On January 18th and 19th, we will convene the fifth year of Challah for Hunger summits, welcoming more than 70 students, alumni and partners to Stanford Hillel for two days of learning and collaboration. Follow live coverage of the event on Facebook and Twitter.
Last month, Amplifier Giving featured Amanda Winer’s reflection on our Alumni Giving Circle in their blog. Click here to read Amanda’s article.