We are excited to share a blog post from Lauren Banister, a University of Vermont student leader who spent the summer interning at MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. Lauren attended our August summit and shared her experiences with her peers from 30 other chapters. This piece was originally posted on MAZON’s Blog on August … Continue reading My Summer with MAZON
My name is Mary Holmcrans and I am the Food Justice Fellow with Repair the World. I spend an even amount of time working with the Jewish Farm School, the Mitzvah Food Project, and Challah for Hunger! Service is important to me because it highlights dynamics and problems, and humbles you to the work that … Continue reading Meet Mary, our Food Justice Fellow.
The Challah for Hunger Volunteer Corps supports community initiatives in Philadelphia. This group of volunteers come together to help make our Social Change Bakery Programs a success! You may be curious about what it’s like to volunteer for Challah for Hunger: You’ve found the right place. My name is Rich and I’m here to speak … Continue reading Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Richard!
Every year at Passover, we affirm our obligation to care for one another by proclaiming the words “Let all who are hungry come and eat. This year, join Challah for Hunger and our partner MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger in our work to end hunger in America by downloading and using these holiday resources. Then, dive deeper by … Continue reading Ask Bold Questions this Passover with CfH and MAZON’s Holiday Resources
Ten Tips to Make Inclusive Activities Successful February is Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month. Today’s guest post is by Dr. Beth Rosenwasser, Director of Community Engagement for the Judith Creed Horizons For Achieving Independence (JCHAI). To download this resource as a PDF, click here. Plan ahead. Know something about the INTERESTS & SUPPORT NEEDS of … Continue reading Tips for an Inclusive Bake
Arielle Pearlman is a senior at Colgate University, graduating in May with a double major in Psychology and Spanish. She is a board member of Challah for Hunger at Colgate and serves on of the Student Planning Team for the Campus Hunger Project. “Until the past few years, the problem of college students experiencing hunger and … Continue reading From Cooking to Advocacy on Campus
Zoe Braunstein is doing a year of service as a Food Justice Fellow in Philadelphia with Repair the World. In her partnership with Challah for Hunger, she leads challah bakes and educational programming around issues of hunger and food access with the Social Change Bakery pilot project. She reflected on her experience on The Charles and … Continue reading Baking for Social Change in Philadelphia