Chicago invites you to participate in our first annual Software
Freedom Day on Saturday, September 15, 2012. We a currently looking for
speakers / teachers to present during our event. Please send a
class/lesson proposal to ceciliacalabria AT mncarpenters DOT
FreeGeek Chicago is having an information and donation day at the Logan Square Farmers Market on Sunday, July 22 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM. Stop by to donate, learn, and check us out!
Good news everybody! FreeGeek Chicago has officially hired Cecilia Calabria as our Summer Intern for 2012.
FreeGeek Chicago has started NEW summer hours for Shopping and Donations. We are now open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00pm to 7:00pm in addition to our regular hours.
FreeGeek Chicago has a new community service policy. We continue to encourage those seeking community service opportunities to volunteer with us!
FreeGeek Chicago will again offer a paid summer internship to an individual who can tackle some of our toughest problems. Help us pay for our summer internship program with a small donation to our online fundraising campaign.
On Saturday May 5, 2012 FreeGeek Chicago will hold it's semi-annual retreat. This is where we all come together to talk about FGC and it's future.
This spring our main focus will be on ratifying FGC's constitution. Come on out and help us make FGC more awesome! Vote! Be heard!
FGC will be closed for our spring retreat on May 5, 2012
FreeGeek Chicago has decided to offer all volunteers completeing the 24-hour Earn-A-Box program a $75.00 credit for anything in the FreeGeek thrift store. Community members believe that this will be a more fair system for volunteers, will offer volunteers more flexibility in what they can take home, and will be easier to track.
FreeGeek is now officially on Yelp! Take a look at our page and post a review of your volunteering/shopping experience.
FreeGeek Chicago will be hosting a donation/recycling day at the Pilsen Community Market on Sunday, September 11 (9AM-3PM). Bring out your old desktops and laptops, in working or non-working condition and support our Earn-A-Box program.
Are you a multimedia person? Check this one out for only $140.00!
Have you ever wanted to a teach a class about computer hardware or software, about practical skills or open source philosophy? FreeGeek Chicago is soliciting ideas for ways to use our new classroom. Join us on our email list or come on in to discuss further.
We know there's still a recession (whatever the news says) and we wish we didn't have to do this, but FreeGeek Chicago needs help paying our recycling bills. Do your part and contribute today, and support our experiment in people-powered recycling.