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THE Mission

We’re a nonprofit that launches 90 day campaigns to fight poverty around the world.


THE Vision

The vision is to reimagine charity. The vision is that those alleviating poverty wouldn't just know of, but genuinely know those experiencing it. The vision is to stop calling our neighbors "the poor", but to call them by their names.This vision is fueled by a perpetual hope that another world is possible. The vision is that stories will humanize people so we use them to fight oppression. Because friends don’t let friends experience poverty, our goal isn’t charity—it’s friendship. The vision is empowerment instead of enablement as it elevates people to be givers instead of permanent recipients. The vision is led by a bunch of idealist, ragtag, storytelling, mischief-making, radicals, brave enough to charge the hill to end extreme poverty in our lifetime. This vision is to do anything but "keep calm and carry on". The vision is to get angry with injustice and liberate those bound by it.

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Why school uniforms?

For children in developing countries, a uniform is required for school. The small cost of a uniform made locally ensures that children are given access to education, thus lifting these kids from a cycle of poverty.


OUR Story

Our founder, James Barnett, started Clothe Your Neighbor after selling everything he owned and living intentionally homeless for two years.


Corporate SPONSORS

We can't help people without the help of people. These are our people. We simply couldn’t accomplish the work we do without businesses who help fund our initiatives in the countries we serve. This is an indispensable community bent on moving us forward.




We are currently partners with The 410 Bridge, Compassion Childcare, and Saint Francis House. Our partnership with The 410 Bridge helps us make an impact for vulnerable children in Kenya, Haiti, and Guatemala. Our partnership with Compassion Childcare helps us employ parents who transitioning from poverty. Our partnership with Saint Francis House allows us to employ people who are either transitioning from homelessness or are ex-convicts looking for a second chance.


Our Track Record

We've helped over 11 thousand kids gain access to a quality education, in 7 countries, in 55 different villages, all while helping to create 43 jobs both in the developing world by making uniforms locally and here in the USA by employing people transitioning from homelessness and poverty to package our Impact Kits. *Progress is updated every 90 days.







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