Before putting food on the table, you need to gather people around it. For 36 years, MAZON has been engaging in conversations with a diverse array of policymakers, partners, and other stakeholders who are united in a shared commitment to end hunger. Join MAZON for our upcoming in-person and virtual events.
This summer, longtime MAZON supporter Steve Goode is setting out on a 16,000-mile, 75-day motorcycle adventure to visit one Jewish deli in nearly every state. The Great American Deli Schlep offers an exciting opportunity for the Jewish and broader communities nationwide to learn more about MAZON, the issue of hunger in America, and to bring together our supporters to enjoy a delicious meal from a deli in their state. Please contact Brit Finney, MAZON’s Development Associate, for more information.
Your gift to the Great American Deli Schlep will support MAZON's pursuit of a future where everyone has a seat at the table and enough food to eat.
Jewish motorcyclist embarks on ‘Great American Deli Schlep’ (The Forward)
As many Americans settle back into the workweek, one motorcyclist is going a step further to burn off long weekend celebrations: Tuesday marks the start of Steve Goode’s “Great American Deli Schlep” around the country. Goode is partnering with the Jewish national advocacy group MAZON to raise money and awareness for the fight against hunger during his nearly 50-state journey. Read more.
Deerfield man kickstarts cross-country motorcycle ride to fight hunger (FOX 32)
A Chicago man embarked on "The Great American Deli Schlep" – which is a cross-country motorcycle trip to raise money and awareness about the hunger crisis. The first stop for Steve Goode from Deerfield was Manny's Cafeteria and Delicatessen in the South Loop. He rolled up to the restaurant with several friends on motorcycles, just before lunchtime. Read more.
The Great American Deli Schlep Is One Rider’s Tour To Fight Hunger (RideApart)
On June 1, 2021, Chicago-area motorcyclist Steve Goode embarked on a new cross-country motorcycle journey of his own. The trip is called the Great American Deli Schlep, because Goode will be hitting up 42 Jewish delis around the country, in just 75 days of riding. Along the way, he’ll also be raising money and awareness to fight America’s growing hunger problem. Read more.