Bring up to three (3) small household electronics, clothing, jewelry or other items to get help repairing them at this free, first come, first served fix-it event.
Skilled volunteers help you figure out what's wrong and fix your broken items. Clinics build community and reduce the amount of stuff thrown in the trash.
Things to remember
Learn from your fixer — ask questions and be an active participant in the repair process.
We can't guarantee an item will be fixed, but we'll give it our best shot.
You're responsible for properly disposing of non-fixable items, but we'll help connect you to the right disposal information.
Sewers can make minor repairs, mending, hemming pants and skirts and zipper troubleshooting. No major alterations will be possible. If necessary, our sewers will try to provide recommendations for alternative repair services.
What to bring
There is a three-item limit and you must be able to carry items in – no oversized items. Feel free to bring any parts and supplies you think might help with the job. Our volunteers have plenty of tools, but please bring any tool unique to your item.
The following are examples of things that have been repaired at Fix-It Clinics:
Radios and stereos
Clothing to mend - must be clean
Toasters and toaster ovens
Volunteer at a Fix-It Clinic
Bring your problem-solving skills as a fixer or mender to a Fix-It Clinic. Volunteer fixers who have skills in soldering, electronics repair, electrical repair, sewing, wood working and general tinkering are essential to making the clinics successful.
Sign-up online to volunteer at a Fix-It Clinic or contact Thomas Ebert at 952-891-7013.