Guide to Respectful Conversations
This guide provides tools to utilize when facilitating a space for difficult conversations surrounding identity.
Dive deeper into Repair the World’s collections of resources that encompass the intersection of service and learning, rooted in Jewish wisdom.
Planning service work through a Jewish lens can be complex. This collection walks you through key aspects of this process, important concepts and framing, and aids you in creation of new projects.See the collection
Are you a leader looking for resources to engage your community in Jewish service-learning? This collection comprises curricula, how-to guides, and toolkits to start your journey.See the collection
Sometimes conversations are best had while eating. How do you infuse contextual education and Jewish learning into your communal meal? These ready-to-go dinner guides explore complex issues in a structure that follows your meal courses.See the collection
Are you seeking Jewish holiday resources to consider your responsibility to serve alongside vulnerable populations as part of your holiday observance?See the collection
This collection offers contextual history of MLK’s legacy, provides frameworks for engaging in conversations and service around racial inequities and advocacy efforts today through a Jewish lens, as well as learning & reflections for your Thanksgiving table.See the collection
Getting children and teens involved in Jewish service-learning from a young age cements a lifelong commitment to service. This collection consists of resources and toolkits to help you on this journey to serving as a family with a focus on youth.See the collection
The Engaged Congregation: A Guide to Creating a Volunteer Culture
Is your synagogue looking to create a culture of volunteer engagement? This guide is a great place to start. Pellentesque in ipsum id orci porta dapibus. Vivamus magna justo, lacinia eget consectetur sed, convallis at tellus. Cras ultricies ligula sed magna dictum porta. Quisque velit nisi, pretium ut lacinia in, elementum id enim. Pellentesque in ipsum id orci porta dapibus.