Chapman Partnership with Miami Jews 3/24

Miami, Florida

Sunday | March 24, 2019

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Sunday Crafting at Lotus House 3/24

Miami,

Sunday | March 24, 2019

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Cocktails with a Conscience: Bring Your Own Cup

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Wednesday | April 10, 2019

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Chapman Partnership with Miami Jews 3/24

Repair the World Miami and Miami Jews will be serving dinner at Chapman Partnership on March 24th!

Join other young professionals and be a part of the over 800,000 meals that Chapman Partnership will serve in 2019!

Space is limited so please sign up!

Participants must be 18 years or older.

Date

Sunday | March 24, 2019

Time

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM eastern time

Location

1550 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida, 33136

Sunday Crafting at Lotus House 3/24


Come volunteer with Repair The World Sunday March 24th as we dream, create, and craft a unique gift with the children at Lotus House.






*This event is for young professionals.


Date

Sunday | March 24, 2019

Time

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM eastern time

Location

Miami 217 NW 15th Street
Miami33136

Cocktails with a Conscience: Bring Your Own Cup

Repair the World Miami and Moishe Pod Brickell are excited to present: Cocktails with a Conscience – a social justice happy hour series. Have a great time with friends while learning about needs in our community, and ways to work together towards real change.

Join us at Moishe Pod Brickell for Cocktails with a Conscience: Bring Your Own Cup where we will be discussing how many of the values we are taught at Passover relate to environmental issues today. Come and network with other young Jewish professionals, while learning how you can get involved in your community. 


Going along with the theme of environmental justice, we encourage you to bring your own reusable cup for drinks.


(This event is for young professionals 21+)

Date

Wednesday | April 10, 2019

Time

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM eastern time

Location

Miami

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Our Work

The booming tech and art scene in Miami has created many new opportunities in the city, but calls attention to how vulnerable residents in underserved neighborhoods have been left behind. Repair the World Miami is building a network of amazing local nonprofits and change-makers to elevate the lives of all members of our diverse community by serving alongside them in true collaboration. 

OUR TEAM

  • Janu Mendel

    Executive Director, Repair the World Miami

  • Janu Mendel

    Executive Director, Repair the World Miami
    Janu was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica where he had his bar-mitzvah in a sand-floored synagogue and developed his life-long love of reggae music. He completed his B.Sc. in Political Science in 2005 at the University of the West Indies. He then moved to Miami, where he worked in corporate business for seven years. Seeking something more meaningful, he found his home in Miami’s Jewish community, and realized that this was where he belonged professionally. He was recruited as an Outreach Fellow for Temple Beth Am, Miami in 2013 and now manages their young adult engagement efforts. He joins Repair from his role as Director of Engagement at University of Miami Hillel. Janu has always had a passion for engaging in service, social justice and politics, which led to his election as Head Boy in high school (yes, like in Harry Potter). Having the opportunity to take a more active role in community building makes him truly excited to be joining the team at Repair.[email protected]
  • Jonathan Cohen

    Program Manager, Repair the World Miami

  • Jonathan Cohen

    Program Manager, Repair the World Miami
    A South Florida native and competitive swimmer for nine years, Jonathan is a Florida State University graduate. While at FSU, where he studied Biology, Jonathan was the lesson plan coordinator for FSU Life Enrichment and Discovery, an organization that teaches science to underserved youth. He fused his passions for science and service as a Repair the World NYC Fellow where he partnered with a Brooklyn nonprofit, Digital Girl Inc, and taught computer coding and other science topics in Central Brooklyn public schools. After completion of the program, he returned to Miami to take on the role of the Program Associate for the Greater Miami Jewish Federations Jewish Volunteer Center (JVC). During his time at the JVC Jonathan planned and executed large days of service with over 1,000 volunteers and organized a young professional volunteer movement.[email protected]
      • Zach Goodstat

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami

      • Zach Goodstat

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami
        Zach attended Florida Atlantic University where he studied social work and was the Civics and Philanthropy Chair of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. In this position, Zach honed his ability to organize a number of service projects, including a meaningful trip to a nursing home for both the fraternity brothers and the elderly residents. Zach uses arts and crafts projects as a form of therapy, and he’s passionate about the importance of equal access to a quality education for all.[email protected]
      • Erica Jacobs

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami

      • Erica Jacobs

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami
        Erica graduated from NYU with a degree in Psychology. At the Jewish Board of   Family and Children's Services Child Development Center, she helped children with developmental and behavioral challenges. She supported and assessed the unique needs of each child, tailoring her approach to support their intellectual and emotional growth, resulting in increased social responsiveness, motor development, and communication skills. Erica loves to play lacrosse, read non-fiction, listen to TED talks, engage in any type of movement, and travel.[email protected]
      • Alana Mantel

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami

      • Alana Mantel

        Fellow, Repair the World Miami
        Alana studied Health Services Administration, graduating from Florida International University. During her time at FIU, she was on the executive board of Hillel and was responsible for recruiting new students to participate in Hillel activities and events. She loves the outdoors, especially swimming and hiking. Alana believes deeply that Education Justice is key to the childhood growth and development.[email protected]