Supportive Housing Sites
Young Makers Program
We just completed 350 units of custom menu presenters for the world famous chef's new LA bakery & restaurant: 189 by Dominique Ansel
Our first major fundraising campaign was a huge success thanks to Nick Offerman and the 675 generous donors from around the globe who pitched in to help us raise a total of $55,565 in two weeks!
Our inspiring workshop leader, Krys Shelley, made a video about their journey to Would Works and how having the opportunity to work can profoundly change a life.
We are busy working on a large custom commission for Tingomo --another great Los Angeles-based social enterprise.
We’re thrilled to be collaborating with Offerman Woodshop and Angel City Lumber on this custom furniture commission.
Angel City Lumber's Jeff Perry and Charles DeRosa have come to the rescue of Would Works by sharing their space with us.
Ali, Jerome, and Joe were sanding and hand rubbing oil on a new set of white oak boards. The room was filled with the sounds of sanders and classic rock blasting on the radio.
We're back in action and better than ever thanks to the generosity of wood worker and actor Nick Offerman.
Would Works team member, RH Lee helped local artist Rosten Woo build an educational and playable mini-golf course at The Skid Row History Museum & Archive.
Today we participated in Offerman Workshop’s inaugural Pleasure Faire.
It's a cornucopia of inspiration for those who appreciate hand made things.
Offerman Workshop hired our Would-Works artisans to hand-finish 3000 custom coasters. They were included in a "Whiskey and Woodworking" Crate by Man Crates.
We've sold a large order of our fabulous cutting boards to the Pacific Standard Coastal Kitchen. If you order a burger you’ll be dining on the finest social enterprise, hand made, hardwood boards in Southern California.