Join PJ Library, Federation Families and the Williams College Jewish Association (WCJA) for a Challah Bake.
Help braid and bake 70+ challot to raise funds to combat food insecurity. The challot are sold in the Williams College student center and monies raised will be donated to Mazon (a Jewish Response to Hunger) and the Berkshire Food Project.
Free, but RSVP Required by March 2 (413) 442-4360 x 10 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PJ Library and the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires invite local families to join with the Jewish Religious Center https://jewish.williams.edu/ to bake challot for the Challah for Hunger Project https://challahforhunger.org/. Learn about food insecurity in Berkshire County, participate in a mitzvah, and have fun!
Emma Lezberg, a Williams College senior from Pittsfield and currently Tzedek Director for WCJA said that “once or twice each semester, we bake about 72 miniature challot and sell them in our student center to raise money to combat food insecurity (half the money goes to Mazon https://mazon.org/, and half goes to the Berkshire Food Project https://www.berkshirefoodproject.org/).”
Join us for a PJ Library story for the younger kids with a challah theme or one on feeding the hungry. And, of course snacks will be included.