We, at Ivy Hygiene Solutions, understand the importance of community and giving back. We believe that any success we encounter should be reflected back into the community; whether it is simply sharing our products with those less fortunate or being a part of initiatives that aim at educating and raising hygienic and environmental awareness. Together, Jordan has a brighter future!
“Adopt a Highway”: Ivy First Company to Sign Up for Jordan Hotel Association (JHA) Initiative
‘Adopt a Highway’ was initiated by the Jordan Hotel Association (JHA) to encourage organizations to help with the maintenance and beautification of the country’s highways and surrounding areas.
Ivy Hygiene Solutions was the first company that signed up for this initiative on the 20th of February 2017 and adopted a stretch of 5KM of the highway leading down to the Dead Sea.
Better Schools for Happier Kids
The Center for the Study of the Built Environment (CSBE) carried out a project in improving the grounds of three public schools – Safout School for Boys, Salhoub School for Girls, and Rumman School for Boys.
The students from these schools were an integral part of the project as they not only described the vision they had for their playgrounds, but were also involved in the design and implementation phases. This project gave the students a sense of ownership of the improvements, raised their sense of responsibility towards them, introduced them to the processes of design and building, and also provided them with new opportunities for cooperative team work.
Ivy Hygiene Solutions was a proud contributor to this project.
Ivy Hygiene Solutions Teams Up with the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF)
When you buy Renova products at participating Supermarkets, Ivy will donate part of the proceeds to the KHCF.
It’s the “Little” Things that Make a Difference
Hands-On Hope led by Jacki Scott, really does bring hope to communities within Jordan and we at Ivy Hygiene Solutions love supporting this great organization.
“Ivy Hygiene Solutions has been donating facial tissues & hygienic paper… something these families in southern Jordan wouldn’t be able to afford.– But they really appreciate having for their kids!” – Jacki Scott