The Salaam Cultural Museum (SCM) in Seattle, purchases the jewelry-making packs. The packs are then taken to Jordan by humanitarian volunteers who are traveling there. The supplies are given to refugee women and when the jewelry has been made it is collected, catalogued and brought back to Seattle to be sold in a pop-up store. Once the items are sold, SCM wires the funds to the SCM office in Jordan with directions for dispersal. The women use the funds to help support their families.