Providing Clothing Assistance


We provide Clothing Assistance for the less-privileged people, especially orphans in orphanages, poor people in deprived communities, mentally-challenged people in Psychiatric Hospitals, and Prisoners, with our Clothing Drive Project.
The purpose of our Clothing Drive Projects is to redistribute clothing resources; which is our own way of reducing the visible impacts of poverty which is usually seen in the wearing of same old tattered-clothes by less-privileged people who often have less clothes than they need, and also our own way of reducing the amount of clothes that end up at dumping sites to pollute our environment.

Providing Educational Opportunities


We provide Educational Opportunities for the less-privileged children of Africa. Clothe The Naked runs a program known as the CTN SCHOLARSHIP AID which funds the education of orphans, abandoned children, and children from poor families in the deprived communities of Ghana, West Africa.
The CTN Scholarship Aid funds the education of carefully selected beneficiaries from kindergarten through to college/university. The purpose of the CTN Scholarship Aid is to equip needy children with the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to change their own lives and the lives of their families and communities.


Clothe The Naked Outreach has also began the construction of a school in a deprived community in the central region of Ghana where there is no school. Our CTN School shall provide; tuition free education, free uniforms, free stationery, free lunch, and all other things needed for a successful education for the children of the Dwen Daama village, and the surrounding communities.

Undertaking Outreach Programs


Our Refresh The Orphan Project reaches out to orphanages with clothes, food and drinks, entertainment, motivational speakers and counselors, and other supplies.

Our Love-Machete Project and Clothing Drive Projects reaches out to deprived communities with clothes to redistribute clothing resources for the benefit of those who have less clothes than needed, and also provide farm-machetes to farmers to empower them to work and feed themselves and their families.


Our psychiatric hospital and prisons Projects reaches out mentally-challanges people in psychiatric hospitals, and prisoners with clothes to ensure that they always have clothes to wear within their confines, and even more clothes to take home when they are discharged or released.


​The purpose of our outreach programs is to draw closer to the people who have found themselves in these less-privileged communities, and influence their mentalities with rightful attitudes which can boost their self-confidence, self-esteems and hopes in life, enhance their interpersonal skills, and empower them to take extraordinary actions that can transform their lives for the better.