Repair Café US

Repair Café US

Organize a free meeting place in your community to repair things instead of throwing them away.

  • 33
    Countries
  • 1500
    Repair Cafés

How to get involved

Time: As a Repair Café local organizer you will need about 4 hours a week to get your Café up and running, a full day to run your first Café and then 2 hours a week to maintain the group and organize subsequent Cafés.

If there is no [Repair Café in your area] (/repaircafeus/locations) we can help you to start one. Just register your interest [here] (https://www.changex.org/repaircafeus/start) and we'll guide you through the whole process of organizing your own Repair Café.

5 Steps
Who?
Kimberly MyVoice joined Sew-Win a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Barbara Sanders joined Sew-Win a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Sarah Brian-Munoz joined Flagstaff Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Sherry Spellers joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Deb Telman joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Claudette Redic joined Rare Nest Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group about 2 years ago
Rare Nest Gallery Chicago joined Rare Nest Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Marlin Sheppard joined Fix It Shop a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Mariah Pitts joined Repair Cafè Chicago a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Carolyn Riehl-Mitchell joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Nikki Chi joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Patricia Unsinn joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Debora King joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Rogelio Villa joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
Dianne Toran joined Bronzeville Repair Cafe a Repair Café US group over 2 years ago
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