Let’s Craft is a revolutionary concept where crafters come together to work, play and learn from one another. We also offer group and individual lessons for those interested.
The methodology behind Let’s Craft is simple:
provide access to equipment that a crafter can’t typically afford
provide access to equipment that is typically is too large for a home
provide group workshops/individual lessons on a variety of crafting topic and methods
provide craft nights for members to socialize and a sense of community
provide mentorship for striving entrepreneurs and those wanting to start a new business
but most importantly we want you to have FUN crafting! Grab a few friends and come craft with us!
Let’s Craft is seeking our first seed capital funding, from our friends and family, for our relocation and buildout of a new flagship location in Westbury, NY.
All potential investors must review and execute a non-disclosure agreement to cover confidential information of the Company that is not publicly available.
The Company is offering up to 100,000 shares for $1.00 per share. Investments must be made in increments of 500 shares per offering.
Background on Lets Craft Inc.
On President’s Day 2020, we were featured in Newsday in a two-page spread and on their Facebook page right before our grand opening on March 1, 2020. On March 4, 2020 we were featured in segments on both the 5 o’clock and 10 o’clock Fox Five News broadcasts because our concept was so unique (Let’s Craft on Fox 5 News). Unfortunately, nine days later, we were mandated to shutdown, along with the rest of New York, just 13 days after we opened our doors.
We felt helpless, here we had all this new equipment and we were determined to put it to good use. One of my close friends, who is a medical professional, was seeing her patients wearing her child’s nerf mask, which broke my heart, so we started a fundraiser to purchase the materials needed to make face shields on our newly acquired laser and we partnered with The Junior League of Long Island, a local women’s volunteer organization, to help us assemble and put face shields in the hands of those who need them. Over the course of a few months, we donated over 4,000 face shields to front-line workers at Elmhurst Hospital, Woodall Hospital, Cohen’s Children’s Hospital, and Urgent Cares throughout New York. Additionally, we donated masks to countless first responders such as doctors, dentists, audiologists, EMTs, police officers, nurses, and airline personnel. I was recognized as a Jetblue Health Care Hero for all of our efforts to keep their staff protected when PPE was so limited.
Currently, we have been working hard to pivot our business model, as times have changed, and we had to adapt to the guidelines to keep our members safe. In addition to open gym hours, workshops, classes, and private events we have pivoted and started creating unique craft kits that people can do individually or virtually with or without an instructor guiding them. In the past few weeks, there has been a huge increase in requests to join our Facebook group and a bunch of calls about membership. We are excited to see that people are starting to get comfortable going out again and hopeful that Let’s Craft will gain as much momentum as we had when we first opened.
Let’s Craft is truly an innovative place where people come to craft together for fun or for business. We have a unique concept and welcome an opportunity to discuss our business model with you. Please take a moment to look at this link: http://www.tinyurl.com/y7und2neit showcases the multiple news outlets we have been featured in since we opened.