Social Responsibility MADE Simple, Sexy and Fun. An experiential social impact initiative, causeMADE™ is our way to support local nonprofits.
Make an impact with causeMADE™- our way to give back. causeMADE delivers socially conscious, creative experiences that let you give back “maker style” to affect positive change.
Sign-up for ongoing series projects that support local nonprofits – or book a private team-building experience and help the causes you care about. Because we’re always better together.
We feel pretty lucky – our community is full of incredible organizations that support causes of all kinds. Stay tuned – more information on causeMADE nonprofit partners is coming soon.
Each month (or quarter) causeMADE™ helps socially conscious consumers and groups give back “maker style” in guided, experiential hands-on workshops building fun and functional items for local nonprofits. Example: if the featured nonprofit is the local soup kitchen, and they need community tables and benches – that’s what you’ll make if you sign up for that causeMADE workshop series.
Each causeMADE series consists of 4 (or more) 3-hour class sessions – 1 session per week (same time, same place). Sign up for one or all four, the choice is yours.
Finished projects are signed by all participants, and donated to the featured nonprofit on your behalf. All levels welcome, ages 18+; All instruction, materials, and equipment included in the cost of each session.
Need a little CSR for your team or group? Just tell us how many people and the cause you care about – we take care of the rest. All your group has to do is show up with a smile and be ready to make. It’s THAT easy.
Come make an impact with causeMADE. We promise you’ll leave Feeling Good.
Someone else said it first, but the adage is true: Membership DOES have its privileges. Get 6 hours of classes each month; 10% off all retail, additional workshops and private lessons; and advance invites for specialty workshops and member-only events. Want a BDF? Join now and get your 1st month for only $99, then $199/mo. thereafter. Right???