Your monthly update from Challah for Hunger!
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Welcome back to your monthly update of challa-lumni. February flew by in the blink of an eye and with March right around the corner, CfH is jetting cross-country for chapter visits on the east and west coast, midwest and down south. 
Alumni Spotlight: Beyond the College Campus
Our very own Jeff Marks had the opportunity to represent CfH and the Board of Directors at the Rodeph Sholom Bake on the Upper West Side of NYC. He met with the Hebrew School's staff, students and parents and helped braid challah that was sold to support hunger relief. 

"It was nice to see first hand the potential that CfH has to expand in communities outside the college campus. CfH has the ability to become engaged in local Jewish communities beyond college campuses - staff, students, and parents are interested in CfH's objectives and approach, as well as in learning more about the organization." 

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2016 Leadership Summit
It's official! The 2016 Leadership Summit is taking place on July 29th-31st at West Chester University, PA. Alumni are invited to participate as mentors/educators to our students and can also have the opportunity to help sponsor a student get to the summit. If you're interested in donating to the summit, contact Loren at, or check out the FAQ, and summit website
Education Station 
USC CfH student leaders volunteering at the LA Food Bank.
Check out the brand new MAZON Book Shelf for resources on hunger education.

Read up on the truth behind SNAP/food stamps
Job Board
The American Jewish Society for Service (AJSS) is seeking summer staff members ages 21+ to lead meaningful service learning programs for teens. Interested? Apply here.
AVODAH is looking for individuals focused on fighting poverty, building a community and gaining leadership skills for a lifetime. Check out a Day in the Life of AVODAH to learn more or start your application here.
JOIN for Justice is offering a special deal for an online course ($50 off registration fee) called Don't Kvetch, Organize! Find out more information and register here.
Interested in becoming a Repair the World Fellow in Detroit, Philadelphia, NYC, Pittsburgh or Baltimore? Apply here.
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Challah for Hunger
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201 S. Camac St. Floor 2
Philadelphia PA 19107

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