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Raise the Coop

Atlanta, Georgia

Sunday | February 17, 2019

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Cooking with Nicholas House

Atlanta, Georgia

Friday | February 22, 2019

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National Muffin Day Atlanta Young Professionals Baking Party

Atlanta, Georgia

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Raise the Coop

Volunteer with Tavaris Long’s Pittsburgh Urban Homestead demonstration project and help build a chicken coop! Wear comfortable clothing that can get dirty, bring work gloves if you have them and be sure to dress for the weather.

Date

Sunday | February 17, 2019

Time

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM eastern time

Location

997 Ira Street Southwest
Atlanta, Georgia, 30310

Cooking with Nicholas House

Volunteer to cook and share a meal with families at Nicholas House, a shelter that provides housing and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness.

Date

Friday | February 22, 2019

Time

4:00 PM - 7:30 PM eastern time

Location

830 Boulevard SE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30312

National Muffin Day Atlanta Young Professionals Baking Party

Join The Temple’s The Well, Repair the World Atlanta, and National Muffin Day Co-founder Julia Levy to learn about Jewish perspectives on homelessness and bake muffins to be distributed to the Zaban Paradeis Couples Shelter and Lost-n-Found Youth drop-in center. National Muffin Day raises awareness and funds, encouraging participants to engage with people experiencing homelessness in their city instead of walking by. Be a part of the muffin movement with Muffinteers (bakers) from 25 cities around the country.

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM eastern time

Location

1589 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30309

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Our Work

Repair the World Atlanta is building a network of amazing local nonprofits and changemakers to elevate the lives of all members of our diverse community by serving alongside them in true collaboration. Join us this 2018-19 Program Year as we pilot programming, build relationships, and find the spark that builds Repair the World Atlanta. Join us on the ground floor and let’s build a movement together.

OUR TEAM

  • Lily Brent

    Director, Repair the World Atlanta

  • Lily Brent

    Director, Repair the World Atlanta
    Lily Brent is a writer and social worker whose curiosity and commitment to service catalyzed a career in international development, spanning six countries over the last eight years. But her search for the nuanced, every day work of community-led social justice has brought her to Repair the World. As the founding director for Repair the World Atlanta, she is thrilled to join other young Jews in critical self-reflection, study, volunteering with local partners, and strengthening alliances among diverse communities. Lily’s professional life has focused on creating the conditions for youth to reach their full potential in the U.S. and abroad.  She has provided psychosocial support to adolescents in such diverse settings as a New York City public school and outpatient psychiatric clinic, a D.C. mentoring program for kids in foster care, and the Agahozo Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda. She has worked on adolescent sexual/reproductive health & rights in Niger and Bangladesh, and ensuring that women and youth can access the benefits of development projects in Benin, Mongolia and Nepal. Lily also spent three years working to reform criminal justice policy and practice in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Virginia. In her rare spare time, Lily can be found reading and writing fiction, failing at arts and crafts projects, cooking the same chickpea recipe over and over, or playing cards.[email protected]
    • RACHEL BUKOWITZ

      Site Development Fellow, Repair the World Atlanta

    • RACHEL BUKOWITZ

      Site Development Fellow, Repair the World Atlanta
      Rachel studied Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. During her undergraduate studies she worked with a local nonprofit, The Homewood Children's Village, to develop a 33-page “Healthy Food and Gardening Guide" for Homewood residents. Homewood is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh without a grocery store, so the guide served to highlight alternative options for accessing healthy, affordable food including community gardens, food banks, farm stands, farmers markets, and more. After graduating from Pitt, Rachel served as a Food Justice Fellow with Repair the World Pittsburgh. In her Fellowship, Rachel worked with 412 Food Rescue, Just Harvest, and Circles Greater Pittsburgh around issues of food advocacy and poverty. She dedicated herself to service and deeply learning about the systemic root causes of poverty and hunger. [email protected]