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In collaboration with Hope Faith Ministries (Kansas City's largest homeless day center), MADI Makes has created a pilot jobs-training program for at-risk women. Participants in the program will be trained to sew high-end underwear to donate to domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, and rape crisis centers. Graduates of the program will be more likely to find quality employment in the sewing industry.
MADI Apparel (Making a Difference Intimate Apparel) is a Kansas City, female-owned business that donates a pair of underwear to women in homeless/battered women’s shelters for every intimate item sold. MADI has donated over 4,500 pairs of underwear, which is the most needed, under-donated item of clothing at these shelters. More information here: https://www.madiapparel.com/
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