In February 2013, Elon University started a Challah for Hunger chapter.  Challah is baked every week on Tuesday in the Sklut Hillel Center from 4:00-6:00pm.  The challah is sold on Wednesdays in the Moseley Center from 11:00-2:00pm.

Challah sales in 2013-2014 totaled nearly $1,800 and donations were made to:

• Duke Chilren's Hospital Miracle Network
• American Cancer Society
• American Jewish World Service Sudanese Relief
• The Village Project
• Allied Churches
• Family Abuse Services of Alamance County

For more information, contact Allie Roteman or Amy Livingston.

The Advisor for Challah for Hunger is Ginny Vellani.



The first batch of challah, February 2013!


From Alamance County Meals on Wheels:  "Thank you very much for your donation of $500 raised through CHALLAH FOR HUNGER.  thanks to all the students who worked so hard baking and selling the challah.  We appreciate you choosing Meals on Wheels as one of the recipients of the funds.  This money will be used to continue to rpovide meals to the many elderly, homebound people living in Alamance County."