A Clothier of Hope

Since personal appearance is one of the main factors in the hiring decision, it is unfortunate that many qualified women cannot afford appropriate clothing for a job interview.  Amelia’s Closet provides professional apparel and hope to deserving women in making a great first impression in the hiring process.  Whether the client is an ex-offender or a veteran transitioning to civilian life, Amelia’s Closet empowers women towards financial security and emotional strength by one on one coaching.  Learn more at ameliascloset.org.

Each month, Ghertner & Company makes a $500 donation to non-profit organizations that are making a difference in our Middle Tennessee community. 

 Pictured at the check presentation are Ghertner & Company associates Michael Ryckeley, Jaye Kloss and Bob Welborn with Amelia’s Closet founder Jody Powers and treasurer Gwen Turner.

Pictured at the check presentation are Ghertner & Company associates Michael Ryckeley, Jaye Kloss and Bob Welborn with Amelia’s Closet founder Jody Powers and treasurer Gwen Turner.