Challah Back Girls fundraises for, supports, and uplifts organizations leading racial equity work by connecting people to the Jewish ritual of challah—a traditionally braided bread. Through sharing this Jewish tradition, we provide an educational opportunity for healing and transforming social injustice.
Our dream is to create collaboration and mutual support across minority communities through the power of food and ritual. We hope to use Challah as a thread that weaves together people from diverse backgrounds, so we can share histories and stories, to support and amplify each other’s work for social change.
📦 nationwide shipping
💸 $10 per challah, 2 for $18
😷 Baked wearing a mask & gloves
🥜 Nut free ingredients, but not a nut free facility
✡️ Our challah is made in a strictly kosher kitchen using pareve ingredients and equipment
Upcoming OOK (Out Of Kitchen) Announcement
What You Knead to Know This Month:
The Jewish holiday of Passover is coming up at the end of March! Long story short: when the Jews escaped Egypt, they didn't have time to let their bread rise before going into the desert, so they brought unleavened bread. To commemorate this, Jews do not eat leavened bread or bread products during Passover. This means, we will not be baking challah between March 19 through April 5.