Opportunities to give back to the community at various service sites will be available throughout the month through Repair the World, including cemetery cleanups, packing care kits, a blood drive and more. Julie Mallis, the executive director of Repair the World Pittsburgh, said the programs promote service as a way of healing and allow space for different people to participate in more than one opportunity. The work provides a “physical, tangible way” for people to process the tragedy, Mallis said. “There’s almost a kinetic exchange.” Read the full article here