USC Hillel Repairs the World

USC Hillel inspires and provides students with opportunities to live out their commitment to social justice and community service through ongoing and special events that serve our local community, the greater Los Angeles area, and communities in need around the world. Key partnerships with local and national organizations engage students in the ongoing work of tikkun olam (repairing the world).

Contact Emma Dorn if you would like to be part of these meaningful events.

Challah For Hunger

Challah for Hunger brings people together to raise money and awareness for social justice – through challah bread. One of over forty chapters on college campuses throughout the U.S. and beyond, USC Challah for Hunger hopes to engage young people in community, tradition, hands-on baking, activism, and philanthropy. All proceeds support humanitarian organizations, such as the Los Angeles Food Bank. Pre-order your challahs here!

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Repair the World: Serve the Moment Fellowship

Each year, USC Hillel partners with Hillel International and Repair the World to offer opportunities for student leaders to engage in social justice education and programing. Our Repair the World Fellows work throughout the year to create an initiative to mobilize USC's Jewish community to engage with current issues, advocacy, and community service. 

This year's Repair the World Fellows are:

Sophie Pollack

Ava Cherry

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Hillel’s Tzedek committee will be developing ongoing and meaningful volunteer opportunities for Trojan students throughout the year. Whether we will feed the homeless, clean up our coast lines, or plant a sustainable garden, this is a wonderful opportunity for students to live out the values of justice, compassion, and caring for those in need.

Contact Emma Dorn if you would like to be part of these meaningful events.