Donate this Holy Month

With your support, the Goodwill Family Relief Fund provides a range of interventions for the most vulnerable families during the coronavirus outbreak who have not received any other forms of assistance, especially in Jordan’s poorest and most remote areas.

Ramadan Mubarak wishes to you from JOHUD!

Last Ramadan, with your support, we were able to provide assistance to some of the poorest and most vulnerable families in the country. This year, as communities continue to face the added pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic upon their livelihoods and health, we are asking for your help, to reach out to 3000 of the most hard-hit families in the country.

Your individual or corporate donations can provide vital direct assistance through pre-paid cards that enable families to purchase food, basic necessities and pay electricity or water bills, or deliver nutrition, clothing, and health supply packages to their door.

The Family Relief Fund is the latest initiative of our Goodwill Campaign, which has been providing medical and direct assistance, scholarships, supporting small businesses, and repairing homes for over twenty years.

Donate now by visiting our website or through direct deposit to GFRF Account at Islamic Bank/Shmeisani Branch Account number: 0020025000410400015
International Account No.: JO96JIBA0020000025000410400015

- eFAWATEERcom app
Learn how to do that here  

- Zain Cash
Donate via Zain Cash by following the steps below:
1-Open the Zain Cash application from your mobile.
2-Click on "Merchant"
3-Write Merchant service name "MJOHUD"
4- Enter the Amount that you want to donate.
5-Confirm Payment.

-- Orange Money
To mobile application by following the steps below
1. Open the Orange Money application from your mobile.
2. Click on “Charity”
3. Click on "JOHUD" icon
4. Click on "Goodwill Family Relief Fund" icon.
5. Enter the amount that you want to donate.
6- Click Donate.

For more information:

Goodwill Stories

Um Muhammad, 39, is a single mother of three. Not long ago after she was divorced from her husband she moved in with her parents in Jerash, unaware that her husband had been buying electronics in her name. Now, Um Muhammad finds herself facing court, liable for the debts her husband incurred. Um Muhammad is ineligible for national aid and supports her family with alimony, which she only receives occasionally. But Um Muhammad remains hopeful: “We have gone through hardships before and we will get past this.”
For 14-year-old Khaled’s family, who lives in Irbid, life has always been a bit of a struggle. Growing up in a family of seven has its challenges. But after his father left eighteen months ago due to financial difficulties, leaving Khaled and his family alone without any income, life became particularly hard, but he is so grateful to have his mother as a pillar of support, “We are so lucky to have our mother.”
Raising 7 children has never been easy for Abu Khaled and his wife, but after his cancer diagnosis in 2016, life became almost impossible. Abu Khaled had to quit work to get treatment. "We can only rely on Allah," says Abu Khaled.
Ever since her husband recently died, Um Ahmad (38) is struggling to look after her four children. She is barely getting by, living in a rented house in Maan with no income. The only support Um Ahmad has been able to rely on is the kindness of family and neighbours. She constantly worries “all I want is for my children to be able to stay in school and find food to eat when hungry."