Repair the World Detroit addresses pressing local needs through building relationships, working alongside neighbors, and engaging communities in volunteering grounded in Jewish values and social justice.

Upcoming Opportunities


Mar 23

Mar 24

Mar 28

Service & Learning Opportunities

Support local organizations through service and learning, grounded in Jewish values, to address food sovereignty, education justice, and other vital needs in our community. People of all backgrounds are welcome.

Serve With Us

Ground yourself in service by engaging in dynamic conversation guides grounded in Jewish values of repairing the world, tikkun olam, and justice, tzedek.

Deepen Your Learning

Deepen your commitment to service as a full-time fellow. Spend two years growing relationships, skill-building, and volunteering with partner organizations and grassroots initiatives in this professionalized and immersive cohort experience grounded in Jewish values and learning.

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PeerCorps High offers high school students a meaningful cohort opportunity to engage in peer-to-peer leadership development, service learning, volunteering and social justice education rooted in Jewish values.

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Our Team

Annie Cohen


Fellow, Detroit

Sarah Cort


Regional Director, Midwest

Brittany Feldman


Youth and Family Senior Program Associate, Detroit

Emily Levine


Fellow, Detroit

Melvin Lewis


Fellow, Detroit

Lexi Silvers


Midwest Development Director

Rebecca Steinman-DeGroot


City Director, Detroit

Connect With Us

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

2470 Collingwood Street
Detroit, MI 48206


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.