I got a whole new family of ladies and sisters,she says.It’s been awesome, ever since Day One.While hours are the typical 9 to 5, the women attend two hours of daily programming, which could include meditation, a financial literacy or GED class.Through donors, sponsors and grants, the homeless don’t pay a penny for the $100 coat. Soon, Scott wants to create a consumer-friendly version to help generate revenue and hire more women.Ramping up production from the current rate of 35 coats a day will be more feasible in the 13,000 square feet Scott says she hopes to rent sometime this year.The people that we employ is our No. 1,” Scott says. “The coat will always be kinda second priority because helping people get to a financially stable point is our goal.They’re ready to move on,” says Cooley, like a proud father sending his child off to college. They’re basically going to be moving into a building that’s half the size of Ponyride. They’re such a magical story.