Joe came to Would Works with the need of items for this new studio apartment. Joe had been homeless and living on the streets of downtown Los Angeles for many years. Finally he found a low-income apartment and was able to move into his own place. When he moved in, his apartment only had a few things so he was very excited to have the opportunity to work for Would Works.
“My experience with Would Works was great. I love the way the boards look after we work hard on them. It’s a great project because it helps us out.” –Joe
After working for Would Works, Joe was able to provide furnishings for his apartment. Since working for Would Works, he has also referred friends to be Would Works Artisans.
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Meet Taaj, Tim and Quinn – Three of our Artisans in Would Works’ Young Makers Program.
The Young Makers Program provides youth the opportunity to learn the beginning fundamentals of woodworking. At WW they learn to fabricate kitchen products and furniture all the while gaining experience using tools and machines in the wood shop that will prepare them for jobs when they graduate from our program.