Challah for Hunger (CfH) brings people together to bake and sell challah to raise funds and awareness for social justice causes. 2014 marks our 10th anniversary of creating transformational experiences for young Jews through social justice work and challah baking. To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we want to re-connect with our thousands of alumni by developing a Challah for Hunger Alumni Network. We want to create online and in person opportunities for CfH alumni to continue to engage with social justice work, Jewish community and philanthropy. For many participants, CfH is an entry point to Jewish social justice work, and we want to support the continuation of their journey.
About the Founder
Carly Zimmerman, CEO of Challah for Hunger, started her Jewish journey at the University of Pittsburgh, where she co-founded a Jewish a cappella group and the Pitt Challah for Hunger chapter. Passionate about student empowerment and social justice, Carly worked in the Hillel community and received her master’s degree from the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership. Carly spends her free time exploring the Philadelphia’s parks and restaurants with her husband, Michael, and dog, Henry.