We honor the rights of individuals and organizations to disagree, to express their opinions and perspectives in non-violent ways, and to engage in action to improve our communities and nation.
Liz Fisher (she/her), Former COO for Repair the World
I was in my final semester as an undergrad and still had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do with my life, let alone what I was going to do after graduation.
Annie Dunn (she/her), Pittsburgh Fellow, 2016-17
My placement with CfH is, by far, my favorite part of my year of service because I have the privilege of helping others to appreciate the ties between social justice and Judaism.
Zoe Braunstein (she/her), Philadelphia Fellow, 2017-18
My Jewish identity has always been very important to me and so has my desire and passion for environmental and social justice. I think it’s valuable and enriching to learn about the Jewish context behind issues I believe in.
Ariel Wexler (she/her), Pittsburgh Fellow, 2016-17
I’ve spent the past three years doing service in low income communities through my work at Repair the World. I’ve mobilized thousands of young people to volunteer alongside me. The more I saw and experienced, the deeper it pushed me to think about how to make real change.
Alli Lesovoy (she/her), Former NY Engagement Associate at Repair the World
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