Free Geek is currently open to the public in limited capacity.


Show your customers that you care about the issues important to them

It’s important that your potential and current clients and customers know that your company is committed to doing more for the community and the planet. By partnering with Free Geek, your company will make that obvious in a real way especially in the areas of digital inclusion and sustainability.

Just this year, Commissioner Lori Stegmann challenged businesses in the Portland metro area to “step up and think about how we can support Free Geek.” Partnering with Free Geek means joining the ranks of Multnomah County, the City of Portland, Ice Breaker, Boeing, ON Semiconductor, and many others.

Partner with Us

Ways to Get Involved

Make a Financial Contribution

In the 21st century, access to computers and the internet has become essential to all aspects of life. Without it, full participation in nearly every aspect of American society is compromised. Your tax-deductible contribution helps Free Geek get technology into the hands of people in our community. Even small donations can go a long way in getting this resource to someone who needs it.

Donate Technology

Not only are your donations tax-deductible, they directly impact underserved members of your own community. In addition to getting technology into the hands of the people who need it, your contributions also help to fund our free class offerings, technical support, and volunteer programs.

In 2018, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler released a letter explaining the City of Portland's partnership with Free Geek and encouraging businesses to do the same. 

You don’t need to worry about data security when you donate technology to Free Geek. Everything that comes through our doors goes through a strict data destruction process.

Learn more about the community and environmental impact of partnering with Free Geek through Multnomah County's example.


Introducing Free Geek to people in your network allows us to connect with potential sponsors and volunteers. These industry contacts allow us to plan and undertake new projects and gain additional support for our mission.

We also appreciate extra tickets to industry events, where we can spread the word about Free Geek.