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Raise the Coop

Atlanta, Georgia

Sunday | February 17, 2019

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Phone Bank with the Met Council on Housing

Brooklyn, New York

Monday | February 18, 2019

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Volunteering at St. John’s Bread & Life

Brooklyn, New York

Tuesday | February 19, 2019

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Wednesday Volunteering at The Campaign Against Hunger

Brooklyn, New York

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

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Prepare and Serve a Meal at Mandala Cafe

New York, New York

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

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PeerCorps Spring Info Session!

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

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Brunch and Serve: Volunteering at St. John’s Bread and Life!

Brooklyn, New York

Thursday | February 21, 2019

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Cooking with Nicholas House

Atlanta, Georgia

Friday | February 22, 2019

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Friday Volunteering at The Campaign Against Hunger

Brooklyn, New York

Friday | February 22, 2019

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National Muffin Day Atlanta Young Professionals Baking Party

Atlanta, Georgia

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Hunger Van Packaging for Kids and Families

Brooklyn, New York

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Let’s CelebRACHEL for all of her Fine work!

Detroit, Michigan

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Chapman Partnership with Miami Jews 2/24

Miami,

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Muffin Bake Volunteering

Miami, Florida

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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The Dialogue Project: Community Responses to Hate Crimes

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sunday | February 24, 2019

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Phone Bank with the Met Council on Housing

Brooklyn, New York

Monday | February 25, 2019

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Mobile Food Pantry

Detroit, Michigan

Thursday | February 28, 2019

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Cocktails with a Conscience: The Ice Cream Edition with the Tribe

Miami,

Thursday | February 28, 2019

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Shop&Stock Volunteering at the Community Kitchen and Pantry of West Harlem

New York, New York

Friday | March 1, 2019

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Teen Giving Circle

, New York

Sunday | March 3, 2019

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Family Volunteering at Bushwick City Farm

Brooklyn, New York

Sunday | March 10, 2019

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We Wear the Mask Documentary Screening

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sunday | March 10, 2019

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Volunteer at The Campaign Against Hunger’s Urban Farm

Brooklyn,

Wednesday | March 13, 2019

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Raise the Coop

Volunteer with Tavaris Long’s Pittsburgh Urban Homestead demonstration project and help build a chicken coop! Wear comfortable clothing that can get dirty, bring work gloves if you have them and be sure to dress for the weather.

Date

Sunday | February 17, 2019

Time

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM eastern time

Location

997 Ira Street Southwest
Atlanta, Georgia, 30310

Phone Bank with the Met Council on Housing

Join us in forming community among volunteers interested in housing justice, building our knowledge on housing issues, and supporting our community partner the Metropolitan Council on Housing. 


We will call people to invite them to an upcoming event, rally, or member meeting, depending on what events are coming up.


The Metropolitan Council on Housing (also known as the Met Council) is a tenants’ rights membership organization made up of New York City tenants who believe in the motto of “housing for people, not profit.” Formed over 50 years ago, the Met Council fights for a city where everyone has access to safe, decent, affordable housing. They organize tenants to stand up not both for their individual rights and for changes to housing policies.


Met Council also takes volunteers on additional dates, so for more information on alternative and additional volunteer details, please contact Alison at [email protected]


Volunteers ages 16+ please.

Date

Monday | February 18, 2019

Time

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM eastern time

Location

808 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, 11216

Volunteering at St. John’s Bread & Life

Come volunteer at St. John’s Bread & Life, one of Brooklyn’s largest food pantries/soup kitchens that offers a multitude of other social services! St. John’s Bread & Life serves nearly 3,000 meals to hungry New Yorkers every day and is the only facility in New York to have a Digital Food Choice Pantry; come check it out yourself! 


Volunteers will either be working in the kitchen helping to serve and prepare lunch or will be in helping out in the food pantry. Please wear closed-toed shoes and pants.


If you have any questions, please reach out to Josh at [email protected]

Date

Tuesday | February 19, 2019

Time

10:15 AM - 1:00 PM eastern time

Location

795 Lexington Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, 11221

Wednesday Volunteering at The Campaign Against Hunger

Every Wednesday afternoon, come volunteer at The Campaign Against Hunger (TCAH) in Bed Stuy. TCAH operates NYC’s largest emergency food pantry — five days a week, New Yorkers in need visit the pantry to receive free food. The pantry is unique because it allows clients to have a choice in the food they are given, similar to shopping at a supermarket. Clients can choose from fresh fruits, vegetables and various food items according to their preference instead of receiving a pre-packaged pantry bag.


Volunteers will be giving support in the backroom (sorting items to be brought into the pantry) or front of the pantry (serving clients).


For further questions, please contact Riki at [email protected].

Date

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

Time

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM eastern time

Location

2010 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11233

Prepare and Serve a Meal at Mandala Cafe

Join Repair the World to prep, serve, eat, and clean up a community meal at the Mandala Cafe.


Mandala Cafe is a nonprofit committed to providing culinary training for those who are unemployed/underemployed, formerly homeless, formerly incarcerated, undocumented individuals and youth. Their weekly meal is distributed to community members with varying levels of food security.


Join us from 3:30 to 6 pm as we prepare the weekly meal and from 5:45 to 8 to help serve and clean up after the meal.


For more information please contact Jeremy Nicholson at [email protected]

Date

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

Time

3:30 PM - 8:00 PM eastern time

Location

88 Saint Nicholas Avenue
New York, New York, 10026

PeerCorps Spring Info Session!

Parents and 6th-10th graders- come learn about the spring session!


Repair the World staff will give an overview of the program and current PeerCorps Mentors will talk abou their experience in the program thus far. We will share about the 4 volunteer opportunities happening this spring and give plenty of time to answer any questions you may have!


6-10th graders welcome to register at any time on a rolling basis at www.peercorps.org.

Date

Wednesday | February 20, 2019

Time

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM eastern time

Location

6022 Broad Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15206

Brunch and Serve: Volunteering at St. John’s Bread and Life!

Come volunteer at St. John’s Bread & Life, one of Brooklyn’s largest food pantries/soup kitchens that offers a multitude of other social services like legal, health, tax support and more! St. John’s Bread & Life serves nearly 3,000 meals to hungry New Yorkers every day and is the only facility in New York to have a Digital Food Choice Pantry; come check it out yourself! 


Volunteers will either be working in the kitchen helping to serve and prepare lunch or will be in helping out in the food pantry. Please wear closed-toed shoes and pants.


After serving, we’ll be getting together for brunch to speak more about our experience while doing service as well as pressing issues like food justice, gentrification, food insecurity, and homelessness. Don’t worry about paying for brunch, it’s on us! We’ll be eating at Bunna Cafe in Bed-Stuy. 




A little about Peaches:


Peaches is a Classic American Restaurant with a nod to the South. Nestled in Stuyvesant Heights, an historic brownstone neighborhood in Brooklyn, Peaches features a contemporary Southern menu in a setting as comfortable as your grandmother’s dining room with service as welcoming as her hospitality.


Our commitment to farmers and local merchants is the heart of our culinary spirit and evident in our simple preparations and the detailed attention to gently updated classics.”




If you have any questions, please reach out to Josh at [email protected]


**If you have access to a car and are willing to drive others, please let me know!**

Date

Thursday | February 21, 2019

Time

10:00 AM - 1:30 PM eastern time

Location

795 Lexington Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, 11221

Cooking with Nicholas House

Volunteer to cook and share a meal with families at Nicholas House, a shelter that provides housing and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness.

Date

Friday | February 22, 2019

Time

4:00 PM - 7:30 PM eastern time

Location

830 Boulevard SE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30312

Friday Volunteering at The Campaign Against Hunger

Every Friday afternoon, come volunteer at The Campaign Against Hunger (TCAH) in Bed Stuy. TCAH operates NYC’s largest emergency food pantry — five days a week, New Yorkers in need visit the pantry to receive free food. The pantry is unique because it allows clients to have a choice in the food they are given, similar to shopping at a supermarket. Clients can choose from fresh fruits, vegetables and various food items according to their preference instead of receiving a pre-packaged pantry bag.


Volunteers will be giving support in the backroom (sorting items to be brought into the pantry) or front of the pantry (serving clients).


For further questions, please contact Riki at [email protected].



Date

Friday | February 22, 2019

Time

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM eastern time

Location

2010 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11233

National Muffin Day Atlanta Young Professionals Baking Party

Join The Temple’s The Well, Repair the World Atlanta, and National Muffin Day Co-founder Julia Levy to learn about Jewish perspectives on homelessness and bake muffins to be distributed to the Zaban Paradeis Couples Shelter and Lost-n-Found Youth drop-in center. National Muffin Day raises awareness and funds, encouraging participants to engage with people experiencing homelessness in their city instead of walking by. Be a part of the muffin movement with Muffinteers (bakers) from 25 cities around the country.

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM eastern time

Location

1589 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30309

Hunger Van Packaging for Kids and Families

Volunteer with the Repair the World NYC and the Hunger Van! An initiative created by Muslim’s Against Hunger, the Hunger Van uses local volunteer facilities for volunteers to prepare and distribute meals in neighborhoods where hunger is a real issue.


Join us at the Repair the World Workshop to prepare healthy food for people experiencing food/housing insecurity and homelessness. After the food is packaged, we’ll discuss hunger and food insecurity in NYC.


This event is wheelchair accessible, family-friendly, and open to all ages.


If you have any questions, please reach out to Rachel at [email protected]

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM eastern time

Location

808 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, 11216

Let’s CelebRACHEL for all of her Fine work!

Rachel Fine has dedicated the past four years to Repair the World’s teen programming in Detroit, providing meaningful service and learning to thousands of participants across the city.

Join us as we honor the work that Rachel has done, and send her off on her new adventure.

Nosh, schmoozing, micro-service, and well-wishes!

 


 

Help us celebrate Rachel by making a gift to PeerCorps Detroit in her honor. Visit www.werepair.org/donate

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM eastern time

Location

2701 Bagley Street
Detroit, Michigan, 48216

Chapman Partnership with Miami Jews 2/24

Repair the World Miami and Miami Jews will be serving lunch at Chapman Partnership on February 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 | February 24, 2019

Time

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM eastern time

Location

Miami 1550 N Miami Ave
Miami33136

Muffin Bake Volunteering


National Muffin Day is more than just one of those fake holidays that show up on your work calendar! It is a national movement that has delivered over 6,000 muffins to people across the country. This year it falls on February 20, but we will be celebrating on Sunday, February 24, by preparing muffins and delivering them to the Miami Rescue Mission to be served to people experiencing homelessness.







Repair the World and Base are excited to bring together young professionals to mingle and mix the ingredients for muffins that will be donated to a local shelter. The $10 registration fee covers the muffin ingredients and brunch supplies for the morning!

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM eastern time

Location

1111 SW 1st Ave
Miami, Florida, 33130

The Dialogue Project: Community Responses to Hate Crimes

The Dialogue Project, is a series of quarterly dialogues open to adults and teens of all view and backgrounds. All that is required is a desire to understand and willingness to listen with the goal of tackling our country’s most pressing issues. 


The conversation on February 24th will explore how different communities respond to hate crimes experienced by their own communities and how they respond when other communities face similar tragedies. 

Date

Sunday | February 24, 2019

Time

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM eastern time

Location

6022 Broad Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15206

Phone Bank with the Met Council on Housing

Join us in forming community among volunteers interested in housing justice, building our knowledge on housing issues, and supporting our community partner the Metropolitan Council on Housing. 


We will call people to invite them to an upcoming event, rally, or member meeting, depending on what events are coming up.


The Metropolitan Council on Housing (also known as the Met Council) is a tenants’ rights membership organization made up of New York City tenants who believe in the motto of “housing for people, not profit.” Formed over 50 years ago, the Met Council fights for a city where everyone has access to safe, decent, affordable housing. They organize tenants to stand up not both for their individual rights and for changes to housing policies.


Met Council also takes volunteers on additional dates, so for more information on alternative and additional volunteer details, please contact Alison at [email protected]


Volunteers ages 16+ please.

Date

Monday | February 25, 2019

Time

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM eastern time

Location

808 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, 11216

Mobile Food Pantry

The Mobile Food Pantry distributes about 75 pounds of food to about 250 families, once per month. Volunteers are needed to sort/pack foods and assist clients with their carts and groceries.

Date

Thursday | February 28, 2019

Time

7:30 AM - 11:00 AM eastern time

Location

14000 West 7 Mile
Detroit, Michigan, 48235

Cocktails with a Conscience: The Ice Cream Edition with the Tribe

Repair the World Miami and The Tribe 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.

 It is never too late to make your day sweet! Join us at Dasher and Crank for Cocktails with a Conscience: The Ice Cream Edition where we will be discussing the Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, the impact they have on the community, and how you can get involved. 


Ice cream and drinks will be available at th event. 


(This event is for young professionals 21+)



Date

Thursday | February 28, 2019

Time

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM eastern time

Location

2211 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami33127

Shop&Stock Volunteering at the Community Kitchen and Pantry of West Harlem

Have a free Friday morning? Need a break from work before the weekend and Shabbat starts? Sign up for a shift to work a Stock and Shop shift at the Community Kitchen and Pantry of West Harlem. Volunteers help stock and organize the pantry, greet clients, and assist clients in selecting their choices from the pantry. 


Basic Spanish knowledge not necessary, but encouraged! 


Ages 18+


Contact Danna Creager at da[email protected] with any questions. 

Date

Friday | March 1, 2019

Time

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM eastern time

Location

252 West 116th Street
New York, New York, 10026

Teen Giving Circle

Join our giving circle and come together with other teenagers in your community. Learn about different social justice issues and organizations that are doing good work. Grow friendships with other socially-concious people and make a difference in your city. This month we will be learning about two organizations that are doing good work in our community through the lense of Women’s History Month.

Date

Sunday | March 3, 2019

Time

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM eastern time

Location

Exact Location TBDNew York

Family Volunteering at Bushwick City Farm

Volunteer with Repair the World at Bushwick City Farms (BCF)!


We will be preparing for the spring by engaging in hands-on work such as composting, clean up, and other farm maintenance. We will be outside so be sure to dress warmly and wear closed toed shoes.


BCF is a network of open spaces run by neighborhood volunteers that provide free food, clothing, and educational programs for the community. BCF builds and helps maintain vegetable gardens for local public schools and coordinates with local businesses to distribute bread and fresh produce donations. All help they receive is on a volunteer basis.


All ages welcome; this is a family friendly event.


Accessibility info: We will be doing garden work that requires physical labor (specific tasks to be decided, but likely a mix of weeding, composting, and more). The entrance to the farm does not involve steps but the ground is uneven as there are woodchips on the ground.


If you have any questions or want to learn more information, feel free to email Alison Rollman at [email protected].

Date

Sunday | March 10, 2019

Time

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM eastern time

Location

354 Stockton Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11206

We Wear the Mask Documentary Screening

Join Beth Shalom and Repair the World for a brunch and screening of Tammy Thompson’s documentary, We Wear the Mask, The Hidden Face of Women in Poverty. 

Date

Sunday | March 10, 2019

Time

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM eastern time

Location

5915 Beacon Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15217

Volunteer at The Campaign Against Hunger’s Urban Farm

Join Repair the World in volunteering and having fun at The Campaign Against Hunger’s urban farm


In 2009, The Campaign Against Hunger became the first community-based organization in New York City to effectively create its own “farm to pantry” distribution loop with the opening of Saratoga Urban Agro-Ecological Center. The Saratoga Farm encompasses 7,900 sq. feet and produces roughly 7,000 pounds of produce each farm season.


Volunteers can expect to engage in manual labor (such as shoveling or pushing wheelbarrows). From March to May, we will be preparing the farm for growing season and farmer’s market, which starts in July.


Please  sign up as an individual and if you’d like to bring a group of 2-10 people please email Riki. For volunteer groups or general questions, please contact Riki at [email protected]

Date

Wednesday | March 13, 2019

Time

1:30 PM - 4:00 PM eastern time

Location

2046-2050 Fulton St
Brooklyn11233