Challah for Hunger

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 Challah for Hunger organization at Order challah for yourself or someone else at Princeton here: