Repair the World Manhattan mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to meet local needs across Manhattan, grounding our service in reflection, education, and Jewish values.
Service & Learning Opportunities
Serve and learn alongside your Manhattan neighbors in partnership with local organizations to address food insecurity, education justice, housing, and other pressing community needs through a Jewish lens.Serve With Us
Further your commitment to service as a part-time stipended service corps member in Manhattan. For 10 hours a week, volunteer with a nonprofit and engage in Jewish and justice learning.Learn More
Serve alongside teen peers through meaningful volunteering grounded in Jewish learning and relationship-building. Teen programs include a Summer Teen Service Corps, Teen Ambassador program, episodic service and learning, and B-Mitzvah service and learning curriculum.
Volunteer as a family while participating in Jewish service and learning and meeting local community needs. Family programs are specifically for young children and their caregivers to serve, learn, and engage in conversations about justice.
New York Stories
As volunteers we gathered at an urban farm on 134 St., that grows vegetables and houses chickens that produce eggs. But our job was not gardening but cleaning the neighborhood. Equipped with squeeze handle grabbers and garbage bags, we walked over to 131st St., and picked up all the trash on the street.
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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.