Clothed in Hope founder Amy Bardi, a Cary native, with a woman who benefitted from the nonprofit’s programs. Clothed in Hope offers a life-skills training program focused on sewing and entrepreneurship, as well as micro-loans to help women in Zambia find the means to support themselves.
Clothed in Hope founder Amy Bardi, a Cary native, with a woman who benefitted from the nonprofit’s programs. Clothed in Hope offers a life-skills training program focused on sewing and entrepreneurship, as well as micro-loans to help women in Zambia find the means to support themselves. Courtesy of Clothed in Hope
Clothed in Hope founder Amy Bardi, a Cary native, with a woman who benefitted from the nonprofit’s programs. Clothed in Hope offers a life-skills training program focused on sewing and entrepreneurship, as well as micro-loans to help women in Zambia find the means to support themselves. Courtesy of Clothed in Hope

Cary woman helps African women get out of poverty. She needs your help to do it.

September 17, 2017 8:00 AM