Banner. Two young girls holding a loaf of bread

Developing leaders and building communities of people eager to end campus hunger and to work collectively to solve other social challenges.

The three pillars of Nazun are infused into all our projects: Advocacy, Community, and Philanthropy. 

College students (boys and girls) holding placards speaking up against campus hunger


Mobilizing participants and organizations to advocate for solutions to campus hunger

Three women kneading dough


Building empowered communities through the shared experience of making challah

A table with many challah bread for free


Raising and distributing funds to hunger relief organizations, such as our national partner, Swipe Out Hunger

“I envisioned [this organization] as a network whose participants feel a sense of ownership and positive obligation within an interconnected community.”

– Eli Winkelman, Founder of Nazun (Formerly Challah for Hunger)