The Dandy Line social enterprise project benefits the mission and work of Hope Rises.
Our jewelry line grew from a partnership between Hope Rises in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa. Hope Rises’s The Dandy Line social enterprise project partners with the HACT’s Woza Moya social enterprise project. Woza Moya helps over 300 crafters affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in South Africa. The residents of Hope Rises design and market the jewelry and other crafts created by the woman of Woza Moya. Thanks to Stacy Cox of Misozi Photography for the photography, Antonio Figueroa of B.Barnett for makeup, our Wellness & Recovery House residents for modeling the jewelry and the women of South Africa for incredible craftsmanship.
Our t-shirt line, which will grow in the coming months, includes tees and tanks featuring the Hope Rises logo as well as our “Hope Lives Here” design. Please stay tuned for more!