Get Involved with Repair!



In addition to repairing your own things and helping friends and family with their broken stuff, please consider engaging with the community to promote repair.

We facilitate involvement in three areas:

  1. Community Repair Events

  2. Repair in the Schools

  3. Advocacy

Details on each follow below.



1. Two Community Repair Event formats:

Fixit Clinics at Berkeley Public Library and beyond
Transition Berkeley Repair Café - in Berkeley, serving The East Bay

For background information about Community Repair Events: What they are.
For details on future events: Upcoming


The volunteer community is a terrific group, doing great work, having fun.

Let us know about you using the form below. We’ll pass your information on to event organizers Fixit Clinic and Transition Berkeley so they can contact you directly. And we’ll let you know about upcoming events.

It's great to have you!


Basics on Volunteering for Community Repair EventS:


If you're handy with repairs and like to share what you know, come volunteer — all skills are highly valued — clothing, mechanics, electronics, furniture, appliances, lamps, bikes, toys, etc. etc. ... pretty much anything that can break and be brought through the door.


Planning, publicity, coordinating — there's all kinds of possibility on the organizing front.


Fixit Clinics and Repair Cafés need help with registration, the café, and managing the flow of volunteers, people and repair projects.



2. Volunteer in the Schools:

Teachers are developing programs that need skilled volunteers.
For information on current projects: Schools



3. Advocacy:

Citizen involvement is essential to advancing responsible Repair policy and legislation.

→ ALERT: Right to Repair legislation is under consideration on April 9, 2019 in Sacramento.

We urge all citizens to make their voices heard.


See our page on Advocacy for information about the issue.
Tools for citizen participation to support Right to Repair legislation in California: Stand Up


Join The Culture of Repair Project Mailing List here

"If It's Broke,
Fix It!"