Clothing Repairathon at the Junction Farmers Market June 1st

Toronto Clothing Repairathon is excited to be a part of the Junction Farmers’ Market (2960 Dundas St West) Zero Waste campaign on Saturday, June 1. Volunteers will be mending clothes free of charge between 9am – 1pm. Bring those holey sweaters, ripped jeans and shirts missing a button and volunteers will do their best to repair them. Maximum two items per person to ensure we help as many people as possible. And keep in mind, that we don’t do alterations, just repairs. Hope to see you there!

As a volunteer-driven group, we’re always looking for sewers of all skill levels. We’re a friendly and fun group who loves sharing our skills and giving back to the community. Love to help out? Please sign up at to hear about upcoming events.

One thought on “Clothing Repairathon at the Junction Farmers Market June 1st

  1. AnnMarie Marcolin

    Hi there,

    I work at Mustard Seed which is a low-barrier accessible drop-in located in the East End of Toronto. We have a dedicated sewing room with 8 machines & 2 sergers and are always looking for opportunities to collaborate with agencies/groups that foster environmental stewardship through reusing, recycling & repairing clothing. We would certainly be open to discussing hosting a repairathon and other ways to work together!

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