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Solidarity Share Fair: A Really Free Market

December 25, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 3:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating indefinitely

The Share Fair connects people with resources, services, and each other in a convenient and fun way.

The Share Fair provides “no barrier” accessibility to necessary resources to anyone in the community who is in need. “No barrier” means there are no questions asked, no forms to fill out, and no one turned away; just people freely giving what they can and taking what they need.

What you’ll find at the Share Fair:

  • Free food, clothes, and supplies
  • Free services like haircuts, sewing, and massages
  • Helpful local organizations providing information about their services (like HIV Alliance and Women’s Space)
  • Music and a space to relax, talk with people, and just be.

The Share Fair happens the last Tuesday of each month.

Next Share Fair Details

Day: Tuesday, October 29th
Time: 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Where: First United Methodist Church (14th and Olive)
Contact: sharefair@neighborhoodanarchists.org
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/526292504794437/

How you can help:

Volunteers Needed!

We’d appreciate any amount of time you’d be interested in volunteering. There are multiple roles depending on what you’d like to do. (You’re welcome to just show up and volunteer without signing up in advance. This just helps us plan.)

Sign up to volunteer

If you’d like to donate monetarily please visit our gofundme:

Donate to the Share Fair

Resources/goods we’re looking for:


-Rainproof clothing and gear
-Clothes and accessories (jackets, sweaters, button-up shirts, slacks, sweatpants, jeans, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, shoes, boots, new underwear)
-Hygiene products (toothbrushes, toothpaste, pads, tampons, toilet paper/wipes, deodorant/antiperspirants, travel-size soaps and shampoos, lip balm, combs/brushes, razors, shaving cream)
-sleeping bags
-sleeping mats/foam
-camping/travel-size cookware
-blankets/emergency blankets
-water bottles/thermoses
-first aid supplies
-garbage bags
-ziploc bags
-phone chargers
-functioning cell phones
-travel-size sewing kits
-lighters, matches

Vegan/Vegetarian preferred, but all food donations are appreciated, such as…
-granola bars
-trail mix
-travel-friendly snack foods
-packaged ramen

Drop things off at the next share fair or contact donations@neighborhoodanarchists.org for pickup.

Services we’re looking for:

-Simple medical services
-Job skills, resume building, job connections
-Foot care, nail care
-Bike repair
-Shoe repair
-Eye exams
-Legal advice
-Car repair

And more! What would you want to do?

Sign up to provide a service

Why Share Fair:

Events such as the share fair are necessary because capitalism is failing people. Those who don’t conform to the dominant economic model are discarded by society and the government is unable to provide the sort of care we can provide for each other. One of the principles of anarchism is that members of a community see what needs to be done and take responsibility for doing it themselves. In that spirit, Share Fair is organized by the consensus model; no one leads or follows, instead, all work together toward a common goal. We hope to set the example to others, to show that it’s possible to take action without the government and to cooperate without hierarchy while still being effective (or being more effective).


Eugene Burrito Brigade, Ward 9: Homeless Neighbors Association, & Carry It Forward!

We love feedback!

Please let us know how we’re doing and how we could do better!

Attendee Survey – Have you already been to the Share Fair? We want to know your thoughts!
Volunteer Survey – Previously volunteered? We appreciate feedback on your experience!
Contact us – Other ideas or feedback? Please contact us!



December 25, 2018
3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Category:


First United Methodist Church
1376 Olive St
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