Repair the World’s Gratitude Month: Friends, Family, & Mentors

Here at Repair the World November is Gratitude Month – a month dedicated to giving thanks for everything we are grateful for. It is also the first month of the Repair the World Fellowship program.

We will be introducing you to our whole team of fellows – awesome people serving and working in cities across the country – soon. In the meantime, we reached out to them to ask: what are you grateful for? Their answers, which we will share throughout the month, might just inspire you.

Today’s Repair the World’s Fellows are grateful for: FRIENDS, FAMILY, & MENTORS

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8 Nights of Giving Thanks: Night 1

Here at Repair the World November is Gratitude Month – a month dedicated to giving thanks for everything we are grateful for. And starting tonight it’s also Hanukkah! To celebrate, Repair the World presents 8 Nights of Giving Thanks: tips and thoughts for filling the Festival of Lights with gratitude.
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Art 21′s 100 Artists Project Brings Innovative Contemporary Art to the People

October is arts and culture month here at Repair the World. Join us here all month for our 31-day celebration of the transformative, world changing power of art and culture in all their many forms.

Move over Netflix. Art21, a nonprofit organization that brings contemporary art of all kinds to the public, is up to something big.

Over the last 10 years, they have produced an award-winning television show called Art in the Twenty-First Century. This year, in honor of Art21′s milestone of collaborating with and featuring 100 contemporary artists to date, they are making all of their films available to schools, institutions, and non-profit organizations to screen in public. For free.
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#MakeItHappen with Schusterman

Hey future Jewish leaders of the world, listen up. The Schusterman Foundation has big news for you. They are launching #MakeItHappen – a campaign inviting inspiring young people (that means you!) to submit proposals for a project, event, or program that will engage community members in meaningful Jewish experiences.
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