For me, tikkun olam is a privilege. This is the opportunity we have been given to leave a mark by making the place around us a bit better than it was when we got it. Makers are naturally high-energy people, with a tendency to put countless hours into building projects and programs, from homemade 3-D printers to DIY drones, from cupcakes to jet-packs. Our tikkun is to channel some of this innovation to places that are benefitting society. Quite simply: we identify needs, and then ask makers to participate in mending them.Read more
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