- Jordan Trip - Future Trip TBD
- Letter from Jonathan
- Quick Facts About Jordan
- Trip Dates, Costs and Deadlines
- Ministry Details
- Trip Checklist
- Trip Rules & Team Covenant
- Resolving Conflict
- Medical Release Form
- Prayer Partners
- How To Get A Passport
- How To Get A Jordanian Visa
- Trip Finances & Payments
- How To Raise Funds
- Trip Schedule
- Cultural Helps
- Language Helps
- Helpful Hints
- Flight Information
- Baggage Information
- Packing List
- Donations to Bring
Donations To Bring
Donations for Refugee Families While Visiting
There is no requirement to take gifts on visits. Below are simply suggestions if you choose to do this.
Toothbrushes, toothpaste, soft toys for children, bouncing balls, chocolates/sweets
Soccer Balls, Jelly Bands (wide ones), Baseball Caps
Hair bows, jewelry, small dolls
Nice jewelry (not "expensive"), pretty knick-knacks for the home.
Something small from the Christian Book Store – most of the partners will read/speak some English (translators will for sure)
Nice T-Shirt (they will receive a team t-shirt as well) – most of the partners will be around a M size
You could purchase a phone card for them in Jordan if you found out what phone company they use. (would cost around $8)
A few of them love beef jerky sticks. Tony loves hazelnut coffee creamer as well.
For the Refugee Community Center:
Clothes (newborn – 10 years old)
Twin and Queen Bed Sheet Sets (mattress cover/sheets/pillow cases) – used or new
Any material (books, Bibles, tracts) are impractical if they in English. Most can only read Arabic.
Before handing out any gifts be sure to ask your Team Leader who will be with you to make sure it is an appropriate time to give out any gifts you may have brought
Remember that refugees are all hoping to immigrate and they will not have much space/weight to take with them to their new country.