Celebrating 10 Years of Challah Bakers and Change Makers
In just ten years, Challah for Hunger has grown from a grassroots project to a multinational movement. Today we have 70 chapters across the United States, Canada, England and Australia and it all started at Scripps College when Eli Winkelman, Challah for Hunger’s founder, rallied friends to bake challah and raise awareness about the genocide in Sudan. Every chapter thereafter has emerged because a student or group of students has wanted to establish a program that combines Jewish traditions, social justice, leadership and philanthropy and is welcoming to Jews and non-Jews alike. It is because of visionary young adults and dedicated volunteers, that the Challah for Hunger network has risen to such great heights.
Celebrate with us!
Cocktail, Havdalah & Challah Baking
March 28, 2015 8-10:30pm
University of Texas – Austin Hillel
This spring we will gather in Austin to honor our dedicated volunteer leadership, including Dana Baruch, Governance Chair.