Starting from the need of the Syrian refugees in the Turkish city of Antakya, who numbered about 450 thousand, and to alleviate their suffering in light of the high cost of living, the high prices of clothes and the lack of job opportunities, the idea of ​​the clothes exhibition project was to distribute free clothes in the city of Antakya.
Each family member takes only 3 pieces in the summer and 3 pieces in the winter to cover the maximum number of beneficiaries.
The number of families benefiting from the project is between 50 and 90 families per day.
The clothes come from other associations or from parents who have more than what they need.
The number of clothing pieces distributed over the past years has reached more than 600,000 pieces.