By Marissa Stern, Jewish Exponent “While we were looking to explore how we could expand Challah for Hunger beyond the college campus,” said Loren Shatten, Challah for Hunger program director, “it became clear JFCS was a perfect partner. They reflect every aspect of what Challah for Hunger is hoping to do. We are impressed with … Continue reading Breaking Bread to Make a Difference
Yesterday, CfH and Jewish Children Family Services (JFCS) staff members and volunteers baked together as part of our beyond the college campus initiative. While the loaves were baking in the oven, our Repair the World fellow, Sarah led an engaging conversation and activity with the volunteers focusing on “where does food come from and how do we … Continue reading JFCS Bake
Big things are happening in Bethlehem, PA! For the past couple semesters, CfH at Lehigh has formed a partnership with a local food truck, FudTruk. FudTruk orders challah and uses the loaves to create a delicious masterpiece of challah French toast. All the French toast sales are donated back to Lehigh CfH. Make some of your own this weekend.
On Sunday January 10, we made our debut at COOK: Philadelphia’s Premier Demonstration Kitchen. Our CEO, Carly taught the group how to make three flavors: Cinnamon Sugar Raisin, Fig, Rosemary & Sea Salt, and Garlic Sriracha. She also told stories about our incredible chapters and shared tips on how to make the perfect challah! Many of the … Continue reading COOK Philadelphia
Earlier this month, two of our leaders, Elana and Talia went to the BBYO International Leadership Conference (ILTC). At the conference they taught student leaders about service learning using Challah for Hunger as an example. Students worked together to create pitches and learn about advocacy with a “meal mapping” activity from our partner org MAZON: … Continue reading Future Challah Leaders
by Joelle Asaro Berman, as published in eJewishPhilanthropy April 28, 2015 Giving circles can be your organization’s best new asset. They are a highly malleable, customizable tool for creating a culture of giving in your organization. They can also help you achieve many of your organization’s goals in a meaningful way that will leave your … Continue reading Your Organization’s Best New Asset: A Giving Circle
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