Welcome, Pittsburgh families!
Repair the World Pittsburgh Families, a program of Repair the World Pittsburgh, aims to engage parents and elementary school aged children in ongoing service learning opportunities. Monthly opportunities are be offered around Pittsburgh and its suburbs, in partnership with both local Jewish organizations, such as PJ Library, and local community based organizations. Each project will be engaging for children and their parents, address a real community need, and incorporate service learning. Projects will be designed in consultation with local communities but may include things such as visits to homebound elderly, gardening at a community-based farm, and serving at a soup kitchen or food pantry.
Pittsburgh Families provides several ongoing volunteer opportunities for families with elementary and middle school age children. Register to participate today!
Check out some upcoming Pittsburgh Families volunteer opportunities for you and your family to get involved and give back, and get to know some of our family programming. To join the community and stay in the loop, join our Facebook group and follow us on Instagram today.
If you’re interested in collaborating with us to coordinate a volunteer opportunity for your group of youngsters (schools, scouts, clubs, we’ve done them all!), contact Rachel Libros today.
Our Family Programming:
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities and Events:
Join us in volunteering at our very own Sheridan Orchard and then watching a cooking demonstration provided with light food from Chef Justin Steel of Bar Marco! Ingredients from Sheridan will be used to create a lovely, summer dish for all attendees to enjoy.
Monday | August 5, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM eastern time
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15206