“Workshop” is designed as a creative co-living, co-working, co-retail membership platform virtually and physically focused on education, employment & entrepreneurship! 

 

Created by Engage, The Foundation and The Young Business Builders Program to assist individuals and families with turning their passions into profit.

We are community champions proudly participating in the worldwide, youth-led climate strike initiative, encouraging everyone to use eco-friendly living and business practices for a healthier future! 
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Eco-Friendly Fundraiser

LOCATION

We are located in the Historic Jackson Ward Downtown Arts District of Richmond, Virginia at 420 West Broad Street. We are cemented in the culture, associated with the #2 Public University of VCUarts, and physically diagonally across the street from VCU's Institute for Contemporary Art and other boutiques along the art walk. The area is a main attraction for First Fridays, which are a big part of Richmond Art culture. Our network also operates virtually as we continue to expand.

Shoutout to a few of our major early supporters; Pharrell Williams’ Something In The Water Festival, Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, Richmond BizSense, M-Lifestyle Magazine, Lowe's, Radio One, VCU Arts, various community organizations, brands, mobile apps, others that have all either donated, cosigned or helped with the process in any way. We are well-connected, respected and admired for some of our previous work in the community from our core founding organizational partners.

DEMOGRAPHICS

Being based around values and importance of family, unity and community, we will continue to
attract a wide array of people of all ages. 

We are very close to three major campuses, Virginia Union University, Virginia State University, Virginia Commonwealth University and others, creating high traffic on a daily basis from college
students.

Much of our network consists of working-world adults and graduates. We already have a strong
following and support system due to the many initiatives put into play by our founding
organizational partners.

Community Impact

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