Clothing Bundle Project
This program ships large amounts of quality used clothing and footwear and thousands of comforters to many parts of the world. The items are donated by generous supporters in the United States and sorted by volunteers and staff at our clothing centers in various states. Although the items are donated, there are costs involved in getting the items to their destination. Every gift of $69 processes, ships, and distributes approximately 125 pounds of clothing, footwear, and comforters.
View a brief presentation about the Clothing Bundle Project program.
South Sudan, the world’s newest country, was established in 2011. It is one of the world’s poorest countries, with many living on less than $1 per day.read more
In cold climate countries where poverty is common. Parents often wonder if their children will have warm clothes to wear this winter. Thick coats, warm hats, and winter boots are often unaffordable for those with a meager income. CAM’s Clothing Bundle Project sends...read more
The children’s eyes sparkle with excitement. A bundle of clothing has just arrived at the Paraschiv home. Smiles light up their faces as they dig through the CAM clothing bundle. They discover shirts, dresses, sweaters, and shoes that fit them! The clothes have...read more
Mountainous areas of Tajikistan have extremely harsh winters with large amounts of snow. CAM provides quality used clothing in this former Soviet republic in Asia. A clothing bundle provided by CAM supporters will help this needy family prepare for the cold winter aheadread more
Coats! Shirts! Pants! Excitement is high as the children from the Solomon family dig through a bag of donated clothing to see what might fit them. Perhaps they can replace their old clothes now! Although this family from Romania works hard, they still have many needs,...read more
Tajikistan, a country just west of China, is considered to be the poorest of the countries that once belonged to the former Soviet Union. For common laborers, life is tough here. Some live on only $1.25 per day, and others have basically no income. With Tajikistan’s...read more
Let’s “visit” a few countries where CAM sends clothing and try to understand why donated clothing is needed there. First we’ll go to Nicaragua, the largest country in Central America. Nearly 80 percent of Nicaraguans live on less than $2 a day. Many are just scraping...read more
“We were never in such great a need as we are now. I used to have a job that provided enough income to supply the physical needs of my family. Now I have no money and we are in desperate need of clothing before winter comes.” —refugee in Ukraine So far this year, your...read more
What would it be like to live in a cold house in the winter because you cannot afford to properly heat your home? How would it be to go without a coat because you don’t have enough money to buy one? For many people in Eastern Europe this is reality— families struggle...read more
Children from the rural community of Los Cajones, Nicaragua, look on as their families receive clothing bundles at a recent CAM distribution. Along with clothing, each family also received several pairs of Skechers rubber shoes, a school kit, a Bible story book, and a...read more