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!
We have just launched a new program called the Would Works Advanced Crew. Our first cohort includes four exceptional Artisans who have completed our beginner workshop and are hungry for more skills and time in the shop. Advanced Crew members will be helping lead workshops, machine products and design and build outdoor furniture.
We are busy making 300 custom branded oak cocktail boards for the The Los Angeles Impact Box this holiday season. This unique gift box is put out by our friends at Gifts for Good, in partnership with LA Original and the City Of Los Angeles.
At Would Works it takes a village to create jobs and cutting boards! This Craft Industry Alliance article details how design and craft businesses support craft-centered non-profits like ours through donating proceeds and products.
Would Works limited edition LA City Blocks made the cover of the Brown Alumni Magazine (BAM) this month. This year's annual holiday gift guide features alumni makers and alumni-run non-profits--and Would Works happens to check both boxes.
We're thrilled to announce our October residency atLehrer Architects LA in Silver Lake. We are holding work sessions in the firm's workshop (or RaD Room) with eight women from theDowntown Women's Centeron Mondays and Wednesdays this month.
Would Works just finished a custom commission of twenty branded risers for WayB carseats. These solid poplar boxes will travel around the country as part of the WayB trade show booths. We engraved their logo on all four sides for maximum versatility and brand visibility.