Jewish tradition and the value of tikkun olam (repair the world) teach the importance of showing up for others, particularly in times of sickness and crisis.
Haley Schusterman (she/her), Brooklyn Fellow, 2019-20
St. John’s staff recognizes human needs as an interconnected whole; you cannot address physical hunger without also addressing psychological hunger (e.g., desiring community) and spiritual hunger (e.g., desiring purpose).
Matthew Kaufman (they/them), Brooklyn Fellow, 2019-20
We’re really thinking about this moment as us planting the seeds for building strong relationships with the communities we serve in the coming years and bridging the gaps, allowing us to make a more meaningful impact
Megan Hernandez- Greene (she/her), Detroit Fellow, 2020-21