Support the ‘Jordan Clothing Collection’ and drop-off your old Items!

This is the 12th year that Jordan Wine Estate will be pro-active in assisting local charities with the donation of your second-hand clothing.

These charities use these donations as stock for their charity shop to raise funds or they hand out to the local communities that they serve.

These shelters and worthy charities play such an important role and even more so this year, with many members of our community being in need. These charities include the likes of PATCH, U-turn, Helderberg Hospice, Stellenbosch Night Shelter, and an additional 30 other amazing charities in and around the Western Cape!

As this has been a year of unprecedented change, the format for this years’ clothing collection will differ to years gone by. The recent Restaurant Drive saw Jordan Wines donate over 17,000 bottles of wine to help raise R2.7 million for over 80 hard-hit restaurants, across the country. They completely overwhelmed with the phenomenal response they received and the Restaurant Drive was a wonderful success that helped the hospitality industry in its time of need.

For this years’ Clothing Collection, Jordan Wine Estate invite you to the estate with your old clothes and they will donate, on your behalf, to a local charity! The drive will run from the 6th of July until the 31st of August 2020.

For every 3kgs of clothes you bring, you will get a free freshly brewed cup of Black Magic coffee or a perfectly steeped cup of tea and delicious salted caramel biscuit from The Bakery at Jordan, which can be enjoyed in the tranquil setting of the estate or as a takeaway.

How it is going to work?

Visit the Bakery or Tasting Room at the estate, Monday – Sunday between 10:00-16:00 and bring along your clothing for donation. For every 3 kilograms of clothing, you will receive a free coffee/tea and a salted caramel biscuit from The Bakery at Jordan. The drive will run from the 6th of July until the 31st of August 2020.

Whilst you are here, why not stay for The Bakery’s special winter sharing meal?

A slow-cooked lamb Rogan Josh served with pickled aubergine, toasted coconut, raita and traditional naan bread. Enjoy with a hot beverage of your choice and end on a sweet note with the chef’s Patisserie of the day for only R150 per person, based on 2 people sharing.

To adhere to regulations and also to keep the health and safety of all staff members in mind, clothes donated to the Winter Clothing Collection will need to be washed and folded and brought to the estate in clear bags, labelled with its contents.

If you are not able visit the estate and still have clothes to donate, please contact them at for a full list of the charities they support!


  • All clothing must be clean, sorted, folded and placed into bags. NO BLACK BAGS.
  • NO: underwear, socks and shoes.
  • Blankets and bedding welcome.
  • Summer and winter clothing accepted.
  • Clothing donations can only be done Monday to Sunday between 10:00 – 16:00.

Written by Marvin

Founder of FoodBlogSA Media. B.Bus.Sc. - Marketing; M.Bus.Sc- Tourism. A career in destination marketing was calling but then my passion for food took over. Welcome to our restaurant marketing platform.

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