This substantial oak set comes in three options: The standard set is a stack of four...
These hand-shaped hardwood utensils are the perfect tools for your appetizer platter, cheese plate, or snack...
The Mini Board
The Would Works Mini Board is just right for prepping those colorful aromatic garnishes that...
The Everyday Board
Every day we feed ourselves and our families. Every day we strive to eat healthily,...
The Charcuterie Board
Serve up some snacks on this handsome board and relax--you’ve just created an impressive feast...
Sierra Madre Set
Arriving just in time for Mother's Day, this oak and linen napkin set pays homage...
The Give A Step Up Stool
Available for Preorder only--ships in 2-3 weeks Everybody needs a step up sometimes. The Would...
Would Works Tote
Show your support for Would Works by sporting this cute canvas tote around town! Great...
Would Works was so much more than I expected it to be. I felt like I was part of a family. I learned so much more than wood work-- I learned work ethics, responsibility, accountability, and preparation for re-entry into the workforce. Participating in the Would Works program was the very reason I was able to obtain employment and stay employed.
--WW Artisan Glasha Williams
The opportunity to simply work hard for wages in order to afford the basic comforts of life is a great privilege that many of us in this country enjoy, and even take for granted. Would Works provides people who are homeless or living in poverty with the dignity of doing good work.