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A group of College of Charleston students are baking bread for a good cause during the coronavirus crisis. They have already raised over $1,200 for a local food bank! Student club Challah for Hunger, which typically meets every other week to bake loaves of special Jewish challah bread, has organized an online fundraiser for the Lowcountry Food Bank.
“We are so pleased that the College of Charleston’s Challah for Hunger chapter is conducting a virtual social media fundraiser to help feed our neighbors in this time of uncertainty,” says Pat Walker, president and CEO of the Lowcountry Food Bank. “Challah for Hunger is a great example of our neighbors sparking positive change and working collectively to solve urgent challenges, right here in our community.”
In the wake of economic disruption from COVID-19, student group Challah for Hunger has launched a social media fundraiser to support the @LCFoodBank and help those in need. https://t.co/m2j5wSUWy8
— College of Charleston (@CofC) April 16, 2020