Challah for Hunger is thrilled to welcome the fourth Campus Hunger Project Cohort! This year, Cohort leaders will spend the year developing campaigns on their campuses to better meet basic needs insecurities on campus and highlight student need during COVID-19. We’re absolutely inspired by their visions for change and leadership. Campus Hunger Project Cohort Leaders … Continue reading Meet the 2020-21 Campus Hunger Project Cohort
This blog post comes from Joelle Marx, ’20 at Colgate University. She is a Campus Hunger Project Cohort leader this year, bringing changes and new resources to her campus. Four years ago, when I first arrived at Colgate University in central New York, I quickly realized that there was only one grocery store. Located about … Continue reading How changing a bus route can change a campus
Pictured left: Students at Temple University hosted a Swipe Out Hunger and Challah For Hunger partner bake during the 2019 Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. The proceeds from the bake sale will go to the Cherry Pantry or Student Emergency Aid Fund in the Division of Student Affairs. *Photo courtesy of AaronRey Ebreo, Temple Student … Continue reading Announcing our new national partner: Swipe Out Hunger!
We are so excited to welcome this year’s Campus Hunger Project Cohort! Twelve leaders at nine colleges and universities will develop and lead campaigns to fight food insecurity on their campuses. Learn more about each leader below. Skidmore College: Hillary Goldstein and Emily Gordon Hillary is from Colchester, Connecticut and is currently studying Education and … Continue reading Announcing the 2019-20 Campus Hunger Project Cohort
Challah for Hunger (CfH) announced today that our Chief Executive Officer, Carly Zimmerman, will be leaving the organization on Monday, August 19th to take on a new role as BBYO’s Senior Relationship Director after serving as CEO for six years. “I am incredibly grateful for my time with Challah for Hunger,” said Zimmerman. “I will … Continue reading Challah for Hunger Announces Departure of CEO Carly Zimmerman
This blogpost was written by Monica Sager, Challah for Hunger at Clark University and Campus Hunger Project Cohort member 2018-2019 The second year of the Campus Hunger Project Cohort has just ended. Cohort members went through a year of learning, discussing, and action taking. Many new projects and initiatives have been implemented on campuses throughout … Continue reading 5 Ways I Made Change on Campus And You Can Too
Our Board Chair, Andy Kirschner makes the case for why talking about our food justice work is particularly important during Passover in his blog piece originally written for Oy!Chicago a Project of the Jewish United Fund. Below is an excerpt and a link to read the full blog post. “Most Passover Seders begin with the … Continue reading Why we need to talk about Challah on Passover
“Let all who are hungry come and eat.” Passover begins in most homes with this ambitious, heartfelt invitation. Words that serve as a direct reminder that our job at Passover, and always, is to tell the story of hunger’s injustice and act against the hardships it creates. This year, we’re providing you with a compelling … Continue reading Incorporating the Campus Hunger Project into your Passover Seder
University of Wisconsin-Madison sophomore Lauren Ross is a graduate of the Campus Hunger Project Cohort Program and the Challah for Hunger Representative to the MAZON Board of Directors. Lauren recently wrote an op-ed for the View from Campus, a monthly feature from New York Jewish News, urging campuses to take a more proactive response to acknowledging … Continue reading Addressing Campus Hunger Head-On, an op-ed by Lauren R.
Clark University sophomore Monica Sager is tackling food insecurity on campus as part of the Campus Hunger Project. Monica, Advocacy Chair of Clark’s Challah for Hunger chapter, has created a community resource guide to provide students experiencing food insecurity with information on where they can obtain free or cheap food in the area. Monica recently … Continue reading Food Insecurity at Clark – Op Ed from Monica S.