April 1, 2017
South High School
3131 S 19th Ave
Mpls, MN 55407
Quick Fair Info
Recycle for FREE: (Only the items listed will be accepted)
Notebooks / Laptops
Mouse / Keyboards / Cords
Hard drives / Motherboards
Cell phones / Smart phones
iPads / Tablets
MP3 players / iPods / iTouch
Cords / chargers / cables / Christmas lights
Ink and toner cartridges
Tech Dump is an electronics recycling social enterprise, using the proceeds from recycling and refurbishing electronics to create jobs for adults with barriers to employment. Tech Dump has two locations (Golden Valley and St Paul-Midway) and recycles anything with a cable, cord, or battery (except large home appliances) with computers recycled for free. Most other items have a charge to recycle.
Tech Dump will accept items at the Housing Fair, so bring the items listed above to dispose of them for FREE in an environmentally safe way. Tech Dump also has great bargains on refurbished electronics as a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. Not all electronics will be collected, so please visit
www.techdump.org/housingfair/ or call 763-432-3117 with questions.
Tiny Solar House
The Minnesota Renewable Energy Society (MRES) Tiny Solar House is an interpretive exhibit/demonstration site that demonstrates a variety of energy technologies.
Visit the MRES Tiny Solar House in the parking lot at South High School.
Build a Bird Feeder
Elpis Enterprises -Working to end youth homelessness
Elpis (Greek for Hope) is a Saint Paul-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides job training, work experience and job placement for homeless or precariously-housed young people ages 16-23.
Through several social enterprises, youth build skills, build experience and build relationships in the community. Young people develop as individuals and potential employees by working in real enterprises gaining the skills, knowledge, and confidence necessary to overcome homelessness and become contributing members of our community.
Elpis Enterprises works in these service areas to support its mission:
- Wood Products
- Screen Printing- Full Service, Self-Service & Design your Own
Minneapolis Community Education
Partnering with the South Minneapolis Housing Fair to offer a series of classes on home improvement and home ownership. Check our spring/summer catalog for schedules and locations. Engaging youth and adults in community-driven learning and enrichment opportunities.
Better Futures Enterprises
Home deconstruction is an environmentally sound, cost effective way to remodel or tear down a house. Home deconstruction is an environmentally sound, cost effective way to remodel or tear down a house. Tear downs and large remodels are booming right now in this part of the City and we are an option that diverts up to 90-100% of the building materials from the landfill. It's environmental, cost saving, and creates local jobs.
2620 Minnehaha Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
ReStores are Habitat for Humanity’s retail stores that sell donated new overstocked, gently used, discontinued items, and salvageable building materials to the public at reduced prices—typically 50-80% off retail.
Items include quality construction supplies, appliances, kitchen cabinetry, lighting, furniture, and home décor. ReStore sales help sponsor Habitat homes (6 Twin Cities Habitat homes last year).
Donated items are tax deductible. The ReStore keeps 2 million pounds of usable material out of Twin Cities landfills each year.
2700 Minnehaha Av S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406