Let's face it we all weren't born at the same starting point in life. The at-risk and disadvantaged children we help lack the exposure to many pastimes, hobbies, and careers.  By introducing woodworking we can open a whole new world for them!


We partner woodworkers, craftsmen and professionals with our program students.

We partner with government agencies to help identify youths that would benefit the most.

We partner with schools, colleges and universities for deeper wood related educational classes, courses of study, scholarships, and careers.

Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Yes, wood is a renewable resource but it isn't unlimited. By refusing, reducing, reusing, and recycling we promote conservation of wood and responsible use of wood products.

To demonstrate our commitment our goal is to be a 100% paper free organization (Refuse), we make every effort to cut our use of paper and wood products (Reduce), in the rare instances where we feel we need to use paper we only use recycled paper (Reuse), and finally we are dedicated to finding a new use for all the paper and wood products we do use (Recycle).

Our Pallets for a Purpose program is a living example of Reuse.