Repair the World Atlanta engages Jews and their communities in a lifelong commitment to service through meaningful volunteering and Jewish learning.

Upcoming Opportunities


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Service & Learning Opportunities

Support the impact of Atlanta’s community partners meeting urgent needs in food security, housing, and education through a Jewish lens.

Serve With Us

Join us for a deeper dive into Atlanta’s most pressing social issues grounded in service, solidarity, equity, and Jewish values.

Deepen Your Learning

Make a difference as a full-time fellow in Atlanta. Spend two years serving alongside grassroots nonprofits, engaging with the Jewish community, and deepening your Jewish learning.

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Further your commitment to service as a part-time stipended service corps member in Atlanta. For 10 hours a week, volunteer with a nonprofit and engage in Jewish and justice learning.

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Do you have a group that wants to volunteer? Fill out this form and we will be in touch to match you with a project that is right for your group!

Collaborate With Us

Our Team

Samantha Berinsky


City Director, Atlanta

Lisa Bodziner


Regional Development Director, Southeast

Hazel Garrity


Fellow, Atlanta

Nathaniel Gaul


Senior Program Associate, Atlanta

Jess Miller


Fellow, Atlanta

Our Local Funders

Gary Family Charitable Fund
Thalia and Michael C. Carlos Foundation
The Estate of Doctor Craig C. White
The Arogeti Family
Michael and Ann Kay

Connect With Us

We want to hear from you! Contact us today and someone at Repair the World will get back to you soon.

352 University Avenue Southwest N-104
Atlanta, GA 30310


Explore Service by Community

Live out your Jewish values and serve with our partners tackling pressing needs in one of our communities while supporting social change through in-person and virtual opportunities.