When you join Swipe Out Hunger, you join a movement: Swipe Out Hunger is a national nonprofit committed to ending college student hunger. We work with colleges and universities to design and implement a range of anti-hunger programs, including “The Swipe Drive” which enables students to donate meals to their peers facing food insecurity on campus. Swipe Out Hunger promotes on-campus solutions, policy and advocacy, and student empowerment practices to address college food insecurity. Recognized for its entrepreneurial nature, Swipe Out Hunger has been named an Obama White House Champion For Change and its founder, Rachel Sumekh, has landed a spot on the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. From its beginnings as a grassroots movement at UCLA in 2010, Swipe Out Hunger has since served 2.5 million nourishing meals across 41 states and more than 140 campuses.

We’re seeking new teammates to join our growing movement:
Eastern Pennsylvania Organizer (Eastern Pennsylvania region)
Development Manager (Los Angeles or Remote)

Eastern Pennsylvania Student Organizer


Swipe Out Hunger’s Advocacy team is looking for an Eastern Pennsylvania-based recent college student looking to expand their experience in community and political organizing while helping our movement pass legislation the Hunger Free Campus act in Pennsylvania.

Based in Eastern Pennsylvania and working across the Eastern Pennsylvania region, the Eastern Pennsylvania Student Organizer will work with the Swipe Out Hunger national advocacy team to build and sustain a student lead advocacy movement that moves towards ending college student hunger in Pennsylvania. The Student Organizer will co-lead students and coalitions across the area to advocate and advance the Hunger Free Campus Act while building a sustainable movement for activism on student basic needs.

We’re looking for someone who knows the power the Philadelphia area college students have to impact the political process and is ready to make changes on and off-campus and build for a brighter future. This person knows how to get students involved and activated on issues that matter most to them. The Eastern Pennsylvania Organizer has a passion for their local community and an interest in growing their advocacy chops in tandem with a small but mighty team.


Creating a Student Anti-Hunger Coalition (40%)
– Assemble an on campus student anti-hunger coalitions of student leaders, student groups and administrators to advocate for the bill.

Stakeholder Meetings + Representation (25%)
– Conduct regular in person meetings, calls or zooms with student coalitions and key stakeholders to get them involved in the campaign. This includes bi-weekly meetings with #FUELHigherEd PA campaign leaders
– Represent Swipe Out Hunger to elected officials, student leaders, administrators, community partners and key stakeholders as they build support and momentum for the campaign. to administrators, elected officials, and community leaders.

Oversee Campaign Fellows (15%):
– Oversee a campaign fellow who will be a current college student on a target college campus. The campaign fellow will work under the Central Pennsylvania Student Organizer to organize students for coordinated action and advocacy on the Hunger Free Campus bill.

Elected Official Outreach (10%)
– Reach out to target elected officials for zoom and physical meetings as well as organize students to meet with elected officials.

Organize Advocacy Events (5%)
– Organize students, volunteers and coalitions for advocacy events such as organizing more significant events such as lobby days and regional training.

Digital Activation (5%)
– Assist the national grassroots fellow in creating localized action pages, social media content, and email blasts.


– Current or recently former college student in Eastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Allentown, Scranton)
– Passionate about ending college student hunger and advancing college student basic needs.
– Has working knowledge of Eastern Pennsylvania, its institutions of higher education and key stakeholders in the political process.
– Can speak to students, community members, and campus groups on the issue of student basic needs and the prevalence of student hunger.
– Isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty and partake in some good old fashioned boring spreadsheet work when needed.
– Has strong communication skills and is able to stay in communication with national staff on their daily work.
– Access to a reliable vehicle for transportation is not required but preferred.


This is a part-time, contract 15 hours/week position at $15/hour for 6 months.

We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to cultivating a team that reflects the rich diversity of the population we serve. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic partner status, veteran status, medical condition, mental or physical disability which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties without reasonable accommodation.


Step 1: Selected candidates will be invited for a video interview via Zoom by October 29.
Step 2:
Final candidates will be asked to share 1-2 references. Professional and academic references are both acceptable. 
Step 3:
We’ll reach out about our final candidate selection by November 8.
Step 4:
Our start date is flexible, but we’d love for this person to start on November 15.


Please apply here.

Development Manager


Swipe Out Hunger seeks a Development Manager who is responsible for shaping and leading the organization’s fundraising capacity at a critical time of growth. As a grassroots movement with strong institutional support, this position will focus on engaging our core individual donor base, developing our foundational portfolio and broadening prospective donor leads. Working alongside the CEO and the Board of Directors, the Development Manager will continue to strengthen our donor portfolio and implement a strong fundraising pipeline to cultivate and steward donors. The Development Manager will build upon our current fundraising strategies to develop, implement and monitor a comprehensive and actionable multi-year development plan to establish and meet current annual revenue goals ($1.6M in 2021) and prepare for expansion to $2M+ annually.

As a financially healthy organization with a strong reserve fund and integrated development infrastructure, this new team member will help meet our fundraising needs as we scale our work across the country and have an opportunity to support colleges and universities with our anti-hunger programming. As a growing nonprofit, there are many possibilities for advancement as well.

All voices are supported at Swipe Out Hunger. Every new member of the Swipe Out Hunger team is an opportunity for us to introduce fresh perspectives, talent, and skills into our team and our communities.

We seek employees from diverse backgrounds, faiths, and life experiences to join our team. Our vision, in part, is for a fair and equitable workplace, where diversity is celebrated and can truly flourish. We recognize we have a ways to go and a lot to learn.


Individual Giving (40%)
– Manage existing donor database and ensure donors are engaged in a way they feel is meaningful
– Identify and cultivate individual donor meetings, Zoom calls and networking which will result in the successful solicitation and renewal of gifts that support Swipe Out Hunger
– Create donor-facing communications and respective calendar to ensure current donors are receiving meaningful and informative updates
– Take logistical lead on special events related to donor engagement and fundraising

Foundations (40%)

– In coordination with the CEO, manage and carry out foundational fundraising strategy
– Identify grant opportunities and lead the creation and submission of RFPs and LOIs
– Manage Swipe Out Hunger’s robust grant tracker and ensure reporting deadlines are met in coordination with the Directorial staff
– Carry out a robust foundational stewardship schedule to prospective and current foundational funders

Board Support (10%)
– Inform and help facilitate the board’s development committee
– Identify and support recruitment of prospective board members

Additional Duties (10%)
– Supporting the mission and day-to-day execution of what needs to move the organization forward. As a start-up, the team is “all hands on deck,” doing whatever is necessary to meet the goals.


– You have at least 3 years of professional experience, including experience in Fundraising + Development, Project Management; or Sales.
– You believe strongly in Swipe Out Hunger’s anti-hunger mission
– You are a self-starter and will bring team work, creativity, and innovation to this quickly growing organization – no job too big or too small
– You have outstanding storytelling skills – you know how to convey a message that helps build relationships with people
– You have strong interpersonal skills – you know the importance of a well-crafted email and a how to take part in meaningful conversations
– You have strong project management skills, including familiarity with, Good Suite, donor databases and other project management tools.
– You bring a data-driven and tech-forward approach to your work, are detailed-oriented and organized
– You are resilient, undeterred by rejection and know how to be solution-oriented in the face of challenges
– You account for the value of diversity in every aspect of your work and you understand the nuances that shape the nonprofit sector. You want the Swipe Out Hunger to embody a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.


This is a full-time, exempt position with a salary between $60k-75k commensurate with experience. Swipe Out Hunger provides a supportive benefits package, including 100% coverage for employees. This includes medical, dental, and vision benefits, retirement matching after 9 months on the job, ample flex time, and a generous professional development stipend.

You’ll get the chance to join one of the most impactful, fun and mission driven organizations and learn alongside our nationally recognized CEO.

We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to cultivating a team that reflects the rich diversity of the population we serve. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic partner status, veteran status, medical condition, mental or physical disability which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties without reasonable accommodation.


October 15 – 29:
Step 1: Please apply by filling out the form via this link
Step 2: Complete the guided 2-question video screener (link will be sent to your email upon completion of Step 1)
November 1 – November 5 :
Interview with the hiring manager(s)
November 8 – 12:
Reference check with your network
November 15 – 19:
Interview with the CEO
Before December 6:
Offer letter is shared, signed, and you start with Swipe Out Hunger!


Please apply here by October 29, 2021. Once the deadline passes, only complete applications will be considered.