Lay’s potato chips honor Canton woman’s efforts to spread joy
DETROIT – For years Zaman International founder and CEO, Najah Bazzy, has dedicated herself to helping women, children and refugees. The non-governmental organization has helped more than 250,000 women and children by providing basic necessities, education and job training, according to CNN. Zaman International operates out of the Hope For Humanity Center, a 40,500-square-foot facility in Inkster. Needy mothers and their children can shop at the Inkster based facility, which has become a one stop shop for basic essentials, for free. She was selected as one of 30 smiles initiative to be placed on Lay’s potato chip bags.