Clothing Bundle Project
View a brief presentation about the Clothing Bundle Project program.
She said she would divide the clothing among her children and grandchildren. A staff member said, “It was a joy to visit her.”
Florin cannot afford to cover all the clothing needs of his growing family. His home consists of two rented rooms in a church building.
With winter looming, the need for warm clothes is increasing in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, and other parts of the world.
This quality clothing and the gift of a Bible brightened Miatta’s day. Thank you, supporters, for easing this mother’s burden!
To stay warm, she dresses in layers of warm clothing. The clothing she receives through CAM’s Clothing Bundle Project is a huge blessing.
Tajikistan is a small country tucked in Central Asia. This country was ruled by the Soviet Union from the 1920s to 1991.
Our staff in Nicaragua visited Javier and Gloria, who live in a lean-to building with a dirt floor. Poverty was evident all around.
Receiving a pair of new shoes is not a frequent occasion for Ionatan. Ionatan’s family in Romania lives on a budget that barely covers their main expenses.
What will my children wear? How will we stay warm? As winter looms ahead, these troubling thoughts weigh on the minds of people who struggle to provide for their basic needs. In remote areas of Eastern Europe where CAM works, the average income for families is only $2...
Moldova, the country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, is about the size of Maryland. Home to around 4 million people, Moldova is the most economically depressed country in Eastern Europe. To help meet some of the many needs in this country, CAM sends clothing,...