“As our women find a sense of community, acceptance, and encouragement, we pray that their sense of dignity, self-worth and hope are restored.”-Suzie Vaughan
Since its beginning in 2017, Threads of Hope has trained, mentored and graduated 17 students from the surrounding areas of Bomet, Kenya.
Threads of Hope is a vocational training program for women that teaches sewing and small business skills which enable them to support their families and improve their communities.
As part of their training, students enrolled in Threads of Hope classes produce essential clothing, school uniforms, aprons, purses and hygiene products for other vulnerable women and children.
During the eight month apprenticeship, the women are taught business skills so that their newly acquired skills can help them make a sustainable living to provide for their families.