Digi-Bridge, Rebuilding Together of Greater Charlotte, and She Built This City Find New Home at Innovation Alley
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Nov. 12, 2020) -- On Thursday, Nov. 12, doors will open at Innovation Alley, a dedicated programming space funded by Lowe’s Foundation to be shared by Charlotte nonprofits Digi-Bridge, Rebuilding Together of Greater Charlotte, and She Built This City.
The space located at Hygge Coworking’s Jay Street location provides a shared workshop, classroom, and inventory space for three organizations working to provide STEAM education, construction career training, and critical home repairs to the community. Additionally, the space contains interior and exterior public art, a tool wall, 3D printing lab, activation space and a state-of-the-art virtual studio provided by Generation T.
Innovation Alley will allow the three organizations to fulfill elements of their respective missions and also provide opportunities for collaboration such as 3D printing classes for construction students, job training and apprenticeships for women in trade fields and multifaceted volunteer opportunities. The three organizations are all supported by Lowe’s and will continue to innovate to find ways to bring community together.