Community Program

A man and woman and a young girl


We are excited to welcome communities of all ages and backgrounds outside of our campus chapters to participate in all Nazun has to offer through our Nazun Community Program. Through a Nazun Community Program, you and your community can gather to build connections through baking challah, learn about and advocate against hunger in your local area and on college campuses, and engage in philanthropy to support the work of Nazun and local anti-hunger nonprofits in your neighborhood. There are a variety of ways for you to get involved with our Community Program: you can host a virtual, hybrid, or in-person event as a pop-up site, participate in a virtual Nazun community program with individuals and families from across the country, do a b’nai mitzvah project with us, or use our resources to engage in baking, learning, and advocacy at home! If you are interested in building community, advocating against hunger, and raising money to support hunger relief on a local and national scale, the Nazun community program is for you.


Interested in hosting a virtual, in-person, or hybrid Nazun event with your community? We will supply educational and advocacy materials, baking guidelines and recipes, marketing materials, and a philanthropy platform, as you gather your community, promote your event, and facilitate your event as a community program site. You can host a one-time event, or return and do recurring events!


As a national organization, the Nazun offers virtual programming for you and your community. At our events, we bake challah, learn about campus food insecurity, and take action against hunger on college campuses through virtual advocacy. Please check back for upcoming national and local events.

Information about Zoom or in-person events in certain cities or national


Looking for a meaningful project to engage in for your upcoming bar or bat mitzvah? Partner with Nazun for your B’nai Mitzvah project! We would be excited to work alongside you as you prepare for this milestone. Through your project, you’ll engage in community building, advocacy, and philanthropy around the issue of food insecurity in your community and on college campuses. We’ll provide you the resources for advocacy and education, philanthropy, and baking challah, and you’ll be able to promote your event using our marketing tools. Ready to get started? Fill out our interest form today and a staff member will be in touch with you!


You don’t have to plan or attend an event to engage with the Nazun Community Program! Check back soon to take a look at our resources to learn about campus food insecurity, participate in advocacy, or bake challah with your loved ones through Nazun at Home!