Let’s create sweetness in our new year. Join us as we listen, learn, and act to do just that.
Make 5778 a year of action; volunteer with communities to address immediate needs and engage in conversations that build new connections.
In Philadelphia, about 22% of people don’t know where their next meal is coming from. As Jews, we have a responsibility to address hunger and a tradition that shows us how.
Repair the World: Philadelphia works with over 18 farms in Philadelphia that support a vibrant and sustainable food system for Philly’s diverse communities.
Our volunteers spent 1,300 hours working the soil and harvesting fruit and vegetables. Led by local Philly farmers and community members, they addressed immediate needs and built relationships.
This is just one story of impact – be a part of the impact in your city. Join us this High Holiday season for a different kind of service, living out our Jewish values of justice, dignity, and humility.
As we reflect on the past year, we think about the changes we wish to see in the new one. Volunteering, done right, moves us towards repairing the world. How will you act now with your friends, neighbors, and across diverse communities?
Root your service in discussion of Jewish values and social justice issues. Use these resources to develop meaningful volunteer skills and guide conversations on key issues.
Who Belongs in Places of Learning?
Is education available to everyone? Should it be? Dig into education justice as you prepare for your service.
Women Fighting for Sustainability
Learn from three powerful women organizing their communities around land ownership and food sustainability.
Guide to Respectful Conversations
Learn how to navigate dialogues that may be tense or uncomfortable.