We Make RI raising funds for dye-sublimation project for Back to Work RI program

DAVID CUCCORELLI, computer numerically controlled instructor at We Make RI, sets up a new George Knight Maxi Air press in the organization’s dye-sublimation studio. The nonprofit is looking to raise $15,000 to purchase blank face masks for custom printing as part of a training initiative. / COURTESY WE MAKE RI
CRANSTON – We Make RI has a Kickstarter campaign underway, looking to raise $15,000 for materials to teach displaced workers textile-industry skills, the nonprofit manufacturing and training organization announced. The effort is part of the organization’s Back to Work RI program, in which workers displaced due to COVID-19 can be trained in new careers. The…

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