Techco is enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program!

Help support our programs with your Kroger Plus card.  As a member of the Kroger Community Rewards® program, we get the opportunity to share in funds donated quarterly by Kroger to support community nonprofit organizations.   To get started, register online at   Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up.… Read more →

Co-working now available at Techco

The Technology Cooperative’s youth targeted programs are usually scheduled in the evenings and weekends to accommodate the school schedule.  During the months of June and July, we will have camps and activity during weekdays.  Weekdays until 6 PM the cooperative space is mostly unoccupied.  We will allow the space to be used for co-working space during this time.  Opening our… Read more →

First Friday Bazaar at Techco May 3, 2013

Techco will host a First Friday Bazaar where local artists have an opportunity to sell their handmade wares.  The public will be able to get more information on what we do, what programs we run, and also experience the unique Old City space that we occupy! If you are interested in joining us in being a vendor for one of… Read more →

Space War for Techco!

Techco’s own Michael Neel hosted a one-man game program-a-thon to raise much needed funds for the Technology Cooperative. His progress update is below. Over the weekend I worked on a game idea for a multiple Asteroids game, and live streamed development over at to raise donations for the Technology Cooperate (read more on this and help out at Click the… Read more →

Techco is Giving Away Two Raspberry Pi Credit-card Sized Computers!

To raise awareness and support for the programs at Technology Cooperative (Techco).  We are giving away two Raspberry Pi credit-card sized computers.    All donors giving $5 or more will be automatically entered in the drawing.  All proceeds will go directly to support Techo’s mission to delivery hands-on technology access to middle and high school children.    The drawing is free.  Anyone… Read more →