Repair the World, Inc.

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ACTIVITY OR MISSION: Repair the world's mission is to make service a defining element of american jewish life. repair works to organize american jews of all ages and backgrounds to serve with integrity, making the world a better place by volunteering time to those in need.

GOVERNANCE

PRINCIPAL OFFICER

David Eisner

Policies and Practices T=True F=False
Board Meeting Minutes. Minutes are taken at each board meeting.

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Committee Meeting Minutes. Minutes are taken at meetings of committees acting on the board’s behalf.

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Internal Review of Form 990. Copy of Form 990 is provided to each board member prior to filing.

Management reviewed a draft form of the form 990 and provided edits to the tax preparer. After this process was performed, the form 990 was sent to the finance committee and the audit committee for review. Once they approved, the form was filed with the IRS.

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Conflict of Interest Policy. The organization has a conflict of interest policy. T
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest. Officers, directors, trustees, and key employees are required to disclose annually interests that could give rise to conflicts of interest policy. T
Enforcement of Conflict of Interest Policy. The organization regularly and consistently enforces compliance with the conflict of interest policy.

In 2009, Repair the World adopted a conflict of interest policy. The Organization ensures compliance with it by annually mandating completion of a conflict of interest disclosure form by each staff member and board member. Board members with conflicts and potential conflicts are recused from pertinent discussions and decisions.

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Whistleblower Policy. The organization has a written whistleblower policy.

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Document Retention and Destruction Policy. The organization has a written document retention and destruction policy. T
Process for Setting Salary of Senior Staff, Parts A. and B.:

Repair the World's executive committee serves as a compensation committee, annually reviewing the CEO's performance and adjusting compensation as well as receiving information from independent compensation consultants.

Part A. Process for Setting Salary of Top Management Official. The process for determining compensation of the CEO, Executive Director or other top management official includes a review and approval by independent persons, comparability data and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision. T
Part B. Process for Setting Salaries of Senior Employees. The process for determining compensation of senior officials includes a review and approval by independent persons, comparability data and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision. F
Disclosure of Documents. Disclose how the organization made governing documents, conflict of interest policy, and financial statements available to the public during the tax year.

The Organization makes its governing documents, conflict of interest policy, and financial statements available to the public upon request. In addition, Repair the World's Form 990 and other materials are available at www.guidestar.org.

NOTE: Tzedakah, Inc. strongly encourages each organization to make its minutes (with suitable redactions to preserve individual privacy) and all governing documents available to the public on its website. Tzedakah. Inc. considers failure to do so a failure in transparency and views requiring specific requests for documents to be an unnecessary burden on the public in view of the availability of internet websites.

PERSONNEL

SENIOR STAFF COMPENSATION
End of fiscal year Name Title Base salary Comp. from related org. Additional compensation
2018-12-31Eisner DavidPresident & CEO334,132021,353
2018-12-31Elizabeth FisherCOO190,378015,310
2018-12-31Zack BlockED, RTW Pittsburgh105,007011,143
2018-12-31Cindy GreenbergED, RTW NY150,05804,588
2018-12-31Jennifer GoldsteinSen Dir of Op114,40908,695
2018-12-31Briana MarburyFinance Director121,84801,744
2018-12-31Adina KonikoffSr Director of Prg129,37201,696
2017-12-31David EisnerPresident & CEO325,928023,659
2017-12-31Elizabeth FisherCOO186,052022,865
2017-12-31Zack BlockED, RTW Pittsburgh111,003019,807
2017-12-31Cindy GreenbergED, RTW NY146,53505,005
2017-12-31Seth GorenED RTW, Phila.94,227014,957
2017-12-31Briana MarburyFinance Director99,63408,574
2016-12-31EISNER DAVIDPRESIDENT & CEO303,05509,744
2016-12-31FISHER ELIZABETHCHIEF OPERATING OFFICER180,82107,657
2016-12-31POLLACK SHARONFORMER CFO & VP OF OPERATIONS105,38601,972
2016-12-31WALFISH MORDECAIVICE PRESIDENT FOR PROGRAMS136,52105,531
The following sources of information helped establish the compensation of the organization’s CEO/Executive Director:
  • Independent compensation consultant
  • Written employment contract
  • Approval of the board or compensation committee.
STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
End of fiscal year Number of board members Number of paid staff Number of volunteers
2018-12-31175829137
2017-12-31184829904
2016-12-3117029904

PLEASE NOTE: This is a profile only of the US charity, Repair the World, Inc.. Information on this profile is from the Repair the World, Inc.’s Forms 990 filed with the Internal Revenue Service or the organization’s inernet website. A small amount of contact information may be from other sources. Tzedakah, Inc does not verify data provided by the listed charities.

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