This guide provides a framework to learn more about our food system and Jewish traditions surrounding food justice; identify challenges specific to your local community; and create a plan for action that builds on the existing programs, skills, and assets of your Jewish institution.
Find JOFEE-related tabling activities, with descriptions, key things to know if you are running it, and a supply list.
Food for Thought is designed to encourage participants to think critically about the food that they eat and the ways their food choices affect the health of their community and the planet. Learn more about the guide here Click here to purchase or to download a free digital copy
Ways to engage with food justice issues individually and in the classroom, including a possible curriculum and food justice syllabus.
The Food Rescue Locator was created to support organizations and groups across the nation who are actively rescuing, gleaning, transporting, preparing, and distributing food to the needy in their communities.
A health and cooking program which draws upon Jewish tradition to address challenges of maintaining a healthy diet in today’s world.
The National Resource Defense Council has a page dedicated to their campaigns and ways to get involved.
Articles and resources focused on looking at Genetically Modified foods through Jewish law and traditions.
This organization allows you to apply for grants for gardening equipment, search gardening curricula, and more.