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KISWA

Clothes for All

Definition

In the Arabic language, Kiswa is defined as your garment or clothing. Kiswa is what you wear, what keeps you warm at night, and your physical appearance.

How Does it Work?

You donate your clothes to us and we refurbish them for their new owners. Each beneficiary receives 5 units of apparel bi-annually. We also accept toys under this program. We are working hand-in-hand with our partner in Jordan The Clothes Bank to meet the Kiswa needs of our people.

What We Accept?

Shirts, pants, jackets, shoes, abayas, thobes, belts, ties, accessories, one-piece swimsuits, towels and last but not least toys! 

What we don’t take?

Underwear, socks, bikinis, damaged/worn-out clothes or toys and anything that does not fall into the apparel or toys category.


The Facts:

Jordan currently inhabits approximately 10.7 million people of which 2.7 million are underprivileged. With the assistance of our partners and the general public, we are currently able to reach over 100,000 beneficiaries annually with Kiswa donations. Today, 1 out of 4 people in Jordan are in need of Kiswa. With your help, we are confident that we can reach everybody.

How Can You Take Action?

If you live in Jordan, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Wash or clean your apparel or toy donations.

  2. Package them in bags.

  3. Drop them off at any of the Clothes Bank's donation boxes near you (post locations)

If you live abroad, please get in touch with us and we will advise you of the steps to follow to ensure we receive your donation.