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Join in our fun

There are lots of ways you can be part of Community Glue Workshop:

Donate your time!

We’re always looking for volunteers to lend a hand at Fix-Ups! If you’ve ever fixed something, we want you! No formal training or credentials are required, just a desire to help out, a little experience, and a bit of ingenuity. Some tools related to your specialty wouldn’t hurt, either, but we’ve got some you can use. We’re looking for woodworkers, amateur (or professional) electricians, techie types, bike mechanics, sewing machine captains, blade sharpeners, adhesive aficionados, and other hands-on people. E-mail carla@communityglueworkshop.org if you’re interested, and we’ll follow up with information.

Donate your tools!

Right now, we need a little bit of everything: hand tools, power tools, precision tools, screws, sandpaper, files, everything! E-mail ally@communityglueworkshop.org to arrange a drop-off at Kitchen Sink, 1107 W. Berwyn Ave.

Donate your space!

Do you have a space that could function as a workshop for a few hours some Saturday or Sunday? Could we use it on a weekday evening to host education programming? E-mail carla@communityglueworkshop.org and let us know! We promise we’re very good at cleaning up after ourselves!

Donate your ideas!

Got a great idea for a reuse project? Would you like to host an educational workshop? Do you have access to resources that might be useful to us? Are you interested in partnering with us for an event or something more long-term? E-mail us at info@communityglueworkshop.org. The more, the merrier!

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