There are many different ways to support Saratoga Joinery.
Volunteering with us allows you to meet like-minded people, develop your skills in a welcoming place, and support local artists. Saratoga Joinery is a community space and relies upon people like you to help build it. No experience required; training provided.
Shop Safety Coordinators work in four-hour shifts in our workshop. Their role is to supervise workshop activity to ensure all safety policies are being closely followed. If interested, a Shop Safety Coordinator may also teach our Machine Safety Training courses. In addition to overseeing the workshop, some light administrative duties may be assigned.
Shop Mentors are experts who donate their time in 2-hour increments to helping someone with their project or skill. Mentor time will be booked as a one-on-one appointment with the mentee.
Saratoga Joinery is a community space and we are committed to giving back to our community. We solicit service project proposals from community organizations year-round and recruit volunteers to work on these projects as a group.
Saratoga Joinery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a governing board. Many organizational decisions are made through committees. Some formed committees we have are: Marketing, Membership, Safety & Operations, Special Events, and Curriculum. We are always looking for people with experience in these areas to help us in our efforts.
An important part of our mission is education. We strive to offer high-quality, diverse, consistent classes in our space. Woodworking is our focus, but we are open to offering classes on a variety of crafts. We are always accepting proposals for classes and our teachers are always compensated.
If you'd like to teach a class but aren't quite ready to complete this form, you can come in and meet with the Curriculum Committee to brainstorm. Contact email@example.com and we'll set up a time!
Your gift to Saratoga Joinery, regardless of the amount, makes a positive impact on our community and changes lives for the better. Your tax-deductible contribution expands tuition support, creates new opportunities for our youth and underserved communities, purchases and maintains equipment, and more.
Perfect for those who appreciate the beauty of handcrafted objects and the satisfaction of making something with their own two hands.