Intersections Wood Collaborative invites you to join as a member.
Your support is needed to make this new, fledgling non-profit a success. Members benefit the continuity and viability of the Intersections Wood Collaborative (IWC) as a sustainable non-profit organization. Membership fees provide revenue to help us defray costs like rent, utilities and shop operations. A strong membership base builds networks and strengthens connections, it demonstrates to potential grant agencies and funders that their support can have a real impact and benefit across the community. Supportive members are sources of volunteers and help us recruit willing project teams or future Board members.
What does it mean to become a Member of IWC?
Importantly, it also means that you are helping to sustain the legacy left to us by Stephen Hogbin – to create a community hub where those interested in woodworking, design, and the environment can feel welcome to gather, share, learn and collaborate with each other.
Memberships start and end with the fiscal year (1 January to 31 December). Fees are $60.00 per year. This fee will be prorated in $15 increments by quarter depending on the date of registration. For example, a new member who joins in the last quarter (Oct, Nov , Dec), pays $15 and will be asked to renew their $60 membership in the following January. You can also show deep support by becoming a lifetime member for $500.
At present our board consists of a dedicated team of five, but your knowledge and skills are needed to help make things happen!
Do you have experience in:
We would love to hear from you!