We enjoyed hosting our community of Board members, volunteers, case workers, past and present Artisans, customers, vendors, supporters and friends for the Sawdust Soiree--a celebration of 10 years of Would Works. We hope this is the first of many in-person public events we will host in our new, light-filled workshop space in LA's bustling garment district.
Would Works Artisans from the Young Makers Program represented last week at Project Impact’s Reentry Resource Fair at Los Angeles Mission College. Our Artisans connected with other systems impacted individuals and provided information about our employment programs and application process.
Thanks to our champion Board member Nick Offerman for hosting this super fun and successful fundraiser workshop. On July 31 2021, Nick taught a virtual woodworking workshop to over 100 people from across the US raising nearly $60k for Would Works August relaunch!
This year NAWIC LA is hosting a series of LA based eventsin conjunction with Women in Construction Week. Would Works is thrilled to be the featured non-profit at the center of the LA Chapter's annual fundraiser. Get your ticketshere--all proceeds go to Would Works!
On 12/5/18 Would Works will have a booth at Engage LA's The Gift of Giving expo at the Getty House in LA. On 12/9/18 we will be at Community on Cosmo at the Hollywood Farmers' Market. Come get your hand-made gifts in person!