Repair the World Atlanta mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, igniting a lifelong commitment to service.
Our young adult Fellows serve full-time for 11 months supporting community-based organizations working toward housing, food, and education justice. Fellows engage volunteers in meaningful service: a cycle of learning, action, and reflection.
We believe that volunteering to meet the urgent needs of our communities is a universal value and we celebrate everyone at the intersection of identities they hold.
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The Atlanta Community Food Bank works with 600 partners to distribute 60 million meals to 755,000 people across Metro Atlanta and North Georgia.
Common Good Atlanta provides incarcerated and previously incarcerated people with broad, democratic access to higher education.
Concrete Jungle harvests thousands of fruit and nut trees in the Atlanta area and grows vegetables to donate on Doghead Farm.
Grove Park Renewal is a housing partner repurposing vacant properties to benefit the neighborhood, particularly current residents.
Historic Westside Gardens supports home food gardening and garden hubs as a unique, decentralized approach to food access on the Westside.
Mind Bubble connects students at the secondary level with community members to provide free educational workshops, games, and tutoring.
PAWKids enrichment program is committed to partnering with the parents of Grove Park for the holistic development of their children.
Intern, Repair the World Atlanta
Faculty Coordinator, Repair the World Atlanta
Received Masters in Social Foundations of Education. Works learning skills of people with disabilities around employment. Passions are Judaism, social justice and environmentalism.
Executive Director, Repair the World Atlanta
As the founding director of Repair the World Atlanta, Lily mobilizes young Jews in self-reflection, study, volunteer service, and strengthens alliances among diverse communities.
Faculty, Repair the World Atlanta
Ruby-Beth Buitekant is a lawyer & organizer. She has been a featured speaker on panels & publications on the criminal legal system, Black Lives Matter, & prison abolition.
Repair the World Atlanta
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