Free Geek Providence is moving out and we are looking for new space!
Saturday Oct 25 will be our last public hurrah at 135 Webster St in Pawtucket. It will be by appointment only.
We are ceasing normal program activity and will commence moving procedures. Any remaining inventory will be stored for safe keeping.
We hope to enter a new phase in our future and begin our new programs in 2015! Please keep an eye open for us.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 401-484-8884 or email@example.com.
Thank you to all the volunteers! See you soon!
Free Geek Providence is moving out but we still have lots of equipment for sale!*
We will be reducing all of our prices by at least 25%!**
...and don't forget about our Craigslist ads!
Come on down before someone else buys what you need or before we close our doors!
Some quick examples....
19" Monitors normally priced at $45 now $30!
17" Monitors normally priced at $35 now $25!
15" Monitors normally priced at $25 now $15!
Computers normally priced at $150, now $110!
Computers normally priced at $80, now $60!
Computers normally priced at $70, now $50!
Keyboard and Mouse bundle - now $5 with purchase of a computer!
If you have any questions, please call.
For our address and contact info, please click here.
See you Saturdays from 11-3!
*All Items sold are now offered "as is" without any warranty, either expressed or implied.
** This does not include our ads for items on craigslist which have already been reduced.
We had an outgoing donation to United Methodist Elder Care and received a lovely thank you from their Development Directory, Cyndy Viveiros:
Thank you so much to you and Free Geek Providence for your donation of two Hewlett Packard tower computers! Mike has been very helpful in facilitating this gift and we now have them in our office and will transferring our work over to them very soon.
We were not able to afford two new computers, but our database vendor mandated that we upgrade or we would have lost our entire database!
Thank you again for the good work that Free Geek does – you are heroes who really saved us!