Two young people stand side by side.

Kundai Kapurura and Sophia Cobb turned a COVID-19 project into a philanthropic business, which launched in January, 2021.

Courtesy Philanthropy Phabrics

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South Salem High School graduate Kundai Kapurura says last year, between the pandemic, the movement for racial justice and the wildfires, she was overwhelmed with a desire to help. She reached out to fellow student Sophia Cobb after noticing eye-catching Instagram pictures of clothing she’d made. The two soon created Philanthropy Phabrics, a company that sells embellished and customized clothes and donates a portion of the proceeds to rotating charities. They join us to tell us more about their clothing lines and their hopes for the future of their business centered on fashion and philanthropy.

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