Donate To She Built This City

Let’s Make A Difference Together! 

In 2019, Demi Knight Clark founded She Built This City to fight for equity in the trades and create pathways for women and future generations. Since then, we have been actively making an impact in our community while fighting against gender inequality in the trades industry. Individual giving and corporate sponsorships fuel our ability to make a greater impact in our community.

Thank you for supporting She Built This City, we wouldn’t be here without our Spark Igniters!

We want to ‘SOCK’ it to inequality in the skilled trades. For a limited time only, as a thank you for donation of $50 or more you will receive She Built This City socks. Your generous donation will help us provide programming to youth, women, and marginalized communities to spark the interest in construction trades and provide on-ramps to careers! 

Here are 4 ways your company can support She Built This City:

  • Corporate giving/social good: Corporate donors can designate the program best-suited for the mission and priorities of your business. All corporate sponsors receive social media acknowledgment and recognition on individual program pages.
  • Employee donation matching: Double Your Impact! Many companies have matching gift programs that will match one-for-one, or even double, tax-deductible contributions made by their employees. Check today to see if your company’s matching gift program will help you maximize your support for She Built This City.
  • Corporate Teambuilding & Workshops: Our custom-designed corporate workshops allow for a full-day or half-day of team-building and hands-on building. PLUS – walk away with a project! Our program fees provide sustainable revenue to support our no- and low-cost women’s programming. 
  • In-kind/Material/Labor donations: She Built This City relies on corporate partners who donate materials, supplies, tools, volunteer instruction time and software to help us change the #20PercentBy2020 statistics – and need for 3 million tradeworkers by 2028. In-kind donations boost our ability to provide free and low-cost service projects to communities in need of curated projects, such as libraries, greenhouses, table gardens, She-Sheds and more…

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