How to run a Repair Group

Getting Started

Every Community Repair Group is unique, and yours will be too. See our top tips for getting started and who you can contact for support.

Fundraising

Running repair events usually involve some basic costs. Learn how members of the network cover these.

Engagement

How to make sure your events are a welcoming space for everybody in your community.

Education

Our tips and resources for bringing repair into schools and getting children and young people repairing.

Measuring impact

Repair has benefits for people and planet. There are tools that can help you demonstrate your impact.

Risk and insurance

Keeping events safe is always a priority, especially when fixing electrical devices. Read our tips for reducing risk.

Get involved in changing the system

Women repairing

We are involved in the global movement calling for The Right to Repair. The goal is to ensure that everyone has the right to fix the products they own. It aims to change regulations on how our devices are made in the first place, to make them easy and affordable to repair, as well as to expand our rights after purchase.