Reap What You Sew is a dedicated training program to teach widows and underprivileged women the sewing trade with educators, tools, materials and supplies necessary to become successful businesswomen in their own right.
Congratulations to the Graduating Class of June 2021!
Reap What You Sew Spring 2021 Students
Each of these ladies will begin their journey on January 11, 2021. They will attend Reap What You Sew five days a week from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., at Agape Life International Church in Blantyre, Malawi where Pastor Augustine Mgala and his wife, Priscilla, lead their congregation.
Students attend a six-month program focused on tailoring. They receive a sewing machine and supplies, as well as accounting and bookkeeping training at the end of the program. Classes are held five days a week at Agape Life International Church in Blantyre, Malawi where Pastor Augustine Mgala and his wife, Priscilla, lead their congregation.
Participants are required to pay 500 Kwacha (equivalent to .67 cents per month) so they are personally invested. They must maintain an 85% attendance record to stay in the program and sign a statement of faith agreement.
What You Can Do
When you give, you will provide women with the opportunity to attend a six-month program focused on tailoring, which will, in turn, empower her, bring hope to her life and provide for her family. Over the course of a year, you can help us transform the lives of 20 women.
Together we can bring hope and healing to women and their families.
Make checks payable to Reap What You Sew and send to:
PO BOX 91424 Tucson, AZ