Repair the World - Philadelphia: Group Volunteer Request Form
Have a volunteer group inquiry for Repair the Word: Philadelphia? Great! We're looking forward to working with you! Please fill out this form, and we'll follow up with you.

Please note this is our group volunteer REQUEST form — submitting this form DOES NOT guarantee the group a spot. We will do our best to accommodate your group. If you have any question please email

If you're seeking specifically to volunteer through Philly Farm Crew, please fill out the form available here:

What's the name of your group or organization? *
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What's your name? *
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What's your email address? *
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What's your phone number? *
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On what date(s) would the group like to volunteer? *
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What time(s) would the group be available to volunteer? (Please exclude travel times.) *
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Different partners can accommodate different types of groups based on size and interest. Please share a little more about your group so we can find the best match for your volunteering.
What's the size of your group? *
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Can your group be split into smaller groups at different sites? *
Are you bringing a pre-determined and set number of participants, or are you looking for a volunteer opportunity for a flexible number of people (e.g., providing an opportunity for your organization and allowing whoever is interested to sign up on their own)? *
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What's the age group of the participants? *
How many staffpeople or chaperones will be coming with the group? *
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Most of our projects involve some degree of physical activity, including lifting objects, moving around, reading instructions, and sharing feedback. Does anyone in your group have any physical or other limitations that might have an impact on what type of activities they can engage in? If so, please share them here. *
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Is there a particular organization or a particular type of volunteering you'd like to engage in? *
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If you're planning an extended alternative break or series of volunteering opportunities, are you planning on organizing additional service opportunities other than through Repair the World? If so, please provide details.
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At Repair the World, we've found that some programs are a better fit than others groups whose participants are required to take part in volunteering, rather than making an active choice to engage in service. With that in mind, is this a voluntary experience? *
Most of our partner sites are accessible by public transit. Please use the space below to share any of your groups needs regarding site location and transportation.
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We typically include some type of experiential learning, discussion, and reflection to contextualize volunteering and illuminate the impacts of service and volunteering. We find that this give people a stronger sense for why their volunteering is necessary, making their time more meaningful and productive.

Learning components can be brief discussions about short readings, an in-depth look at an issue you're volunteering around, or other sources. Content can be anywhere on a range of Jewish orientation, from strong religious and cultural references to secular material with universal applications.

Would you prefer to lead your own learning and reflection, or for us to organize and facilitate it?
What type of approach do you think would work best with your group?
Do you have a specific topic your group would like to focus on during the learning component?
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Anything else Repair the World should know about your group? Please share here.
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