Repair the World launches Nationwide Campaign encouraging Volunteer Service to bring about Food Justice
Repair the World has launched a national campaign that inspires a different kind of high holiday “service” this fall.
As part of Hunger Action Month (which like the high holidays also falls in September), Repair the World is building a movement of volunteers to raise awareness and action around food justice: fostering stronger local food systems, self-reliant communities, and a healthier environment.
Repair the World is actively looking for passionate individuals and organizations to join a growing cohort of leaders building this movement around the country. Working together with Repair, these Movement Leaders will organize food justice volunteer opportunities between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (September 13- 23, 2015), host a Turn the Tables dinner, and, most importantly, help Inspire Service.
More than 50 people from more than 30 different cities have already signed on to make a difference this season.
To become a movement leader, visit: werepair.org/become-a-repair-the-world-movement-leader/
To host a dinner, nourished by OneTable, visit: turn-the-tables.org/host-a-dinner/
To volunteer at a project near you, check out Repair’s growing map of opportunities to serve.