December 25, 2019
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***!!! IT'S A HOLIDAY MIRACLE !!!***
The Neighborhood Anarchist Collective will be hosting its 23rd monthly Share Fair on Christmas Day, Wednesday December 25th. This free market is a project organized by members of NAC in the hopes of cultivating ways for neighbors to help each other meet basic needs.
The fair will be providing free goods and services from local people, organizations and community groups to houseless and working class members of the community. There will also be food, live music, games, bike repair, and a chance to know other folks in the community – and it’s all free!
The information will be updated on the event page as we continue to plan and reach out to different local organizations and what they can provide.
We are also still accepting physical donations! If you or your group/business/organization/charity would like to provide goods or services at this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected.
A list of some of the resources and services we are looking for includes, but are not limited to:
Resources/goods we're looking for:
- Warm clothes and accessories (jackets/coats, sweaters, warm shirts, warm pants, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, shoes/boots, underwear/long underwear)
-Hygiene products (toothbrushes/toothpaste, pads/tampons, toilet paper, deodorant, travel-size soaps and shampoos)
-Tarps, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, blankets
-Camping cookware and storage containers
-Backpacks/Purses/Tote bags, bags, Ziploc bags, garbage bags
-Water bottles (reusable and durable if possible, no glass please)
-Bandaids and other first aid supplies
-Tape, duct tape, Sharpies, pens, pencils
- Art supplies, books, pocket sewing kits
Services we're looking for:
-Simple medical services (first aid, energy work, body work)
-Job skills, resume building
-Haircuts and hair care
-Bike repair, car repair
-Games (board games, corn hole etc.)
-Shoe repair, clothing repair, sewing
When: Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25th
Where: Eugene Garden Club (16th & High St)