Every day, we are energized by the incredible, work going on in our five Repair the World Communities. In each of these cities (NYC, Detroit, Philly, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore), our fellows and organizational partners are building more connected, more just, and more vibrant communities from the ground up. Want to get involved, or get your daily dose of inspiration? Check out these upcoming events and plug in!

Repair the World: Pittsburgh
On May 17, Repair the World’s fellows are co-hosting an evening of learning and sharing about how early childhood education impacts local families and communities. Join in for great conversation and a chance to ask questions and hear from a panel of early education experts. And get clued in about education justice volunteer opportunities. Plus, snacks.

Repair the World: Philly
On May 18, join Repair the World’s Philly education justice team for a close look at the current challenges faced by Philadelphia public schools. The event will focus on the current budget crisis and how that it directly impacted students in their everyday experiences.

Repair the World: Baltimore On May 20, join Repair the World and JUFJ for a Shabbat service, a vegetarian Shabbat dinner, and a conversation and info session about how the international refugee crisis is playing out in Baltimore – and how you can get involved.

Repair the World: Detroit
On June 4 join Repair the World for an afternoon dedicated to celebrating the community. With food, music, button making, and lots of great people, this one is all about neighborly fun!

Repair the World: New York City
On June 10, join in for an outdoor Shabbat dinner in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Co-hosted by One Table and Repair the World’s fellows, the dinner will focus on the importance of knowing where our food comes from and offer opportunities to foster sustainable food practices across the city.