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Challah for Hunger

Nazon/Challah for Hunger at Princeton is a group that mixes, braids, bakes, and sells challah to raise money for Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the local food banks Mercer Street Friends and Jewish Family and Children’s Services Kosher Food Pantry. All of our challot are vegan, OU-certified kosher, and braided with love by students. We partner with other student groups to run about seven bakes per semester, using the challah-braiding time to build connections and community and to learn about and advocate around food insecurity as a local and national issue. You can learn more about the national Nazun (formerly Challah for Hunger) organization at

To order challah for yourself or others contact David Veldran, President of Nazun/Challah for Hunger.