The Guild helps families to sell or donate tools, equipment and supplies from a woodworker’s estate. We also assist woodworkers who are retiring and looking to declutter and downsize their shop.
Woodshop contents can be complicated. It is challenging to understand the functions and values of specialized tools, various accessories, antique tools, exotic woods, and other items. We have an experienced team of woodworkers who help estates address these concerns.
If you are interested in finding out more about this program, contact the Estate Assistance Program Coordinator.
There are multiple ways to manage tools and material from a woodworker’s shop:
We can help you choose and implement the approach(es) which work best for you.
We work to conduct our activities in compliance with state and county regulations, including the use of COVID appropriate masks for interior spaces. Each shop area is evaluated for social distance capacity to determine if it is appropriate for an onsite sale. When COVID conditions prevent us from holding onsite events, we continue to offer the following assistance:
For all engagements:
For Guild-managed estate sales:
To discuss your estate situation with the Guild, contact the Estate Assistance Program Coordinator.
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The Estate Assistance Program team has many roles, and welcomes volunteers. If you are interested in helping out, contact the Guild’s Volunteer Coordinator.