Join Challah for Hunger for a training on the basics of advocacy and how Jewish values urge us to action.

Challah for Hunger builds communities inspired and equipped to take action against hunger. We have 100 chapters on college campuses and community centers across the country that bake and sell challah to raise funds for local and national anti-hunger organizations. 1 in 3 college students experiences food insecurity, and through our national initiative, the Campus Hunger Project, our volunteers educate their communities about the issue and advocate for change. This summer we’re launching the FUELHigherEd Campaign to advocate for state and federal policies to support food insecure college students, ensuring that no one has to choose between food and their education. You can join us at