Looking for a woodworking community and a space to learn, work, and share?
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?
- Automatic subscription to electronic correspondence
- Organizational news
- Advance notice of many workshops and opportunities
- Member appreciation event(s)
- Opportunity to participate in member projects such as a Nymph canoe, bonsai boxes and bat boxes
- Access to Stephen Hogbin’s woodworking library
- Shop rental eligibility
- Possibility of exhibition of completed works in the store-front (for sale on consignment, or exhibition)
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.