Thanks to research, more children are surviving cancer than ever before. In the 1960s only 1 in 4 children survived, but today 3 in 4 children are now cured of their cancer. You can help beat childhood cancers sooner by donating a bag of unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware to your nearest TK Maxx store.
Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1089464), Scotland (SC041666) and the Isle of Man (1103)
Fill a bag with your unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware and bring it to TK Maxx. Customers can use any bag to donate clothing and accessories in any TK Maxx store.
Have a clear out and help more children like Alayna beat cancer sooner. Every item donated will help fund research into kids cancer. The clothes are then sold in Cancer Research UK shops to help save lives. The campaign runs all year round, giving people more opportunities to donate and support, raising more funds for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens and helping to beat childhood cancers sooner.
If each UK household donated one bag of clothes, we could save 25 million bags from landfill and raise over £740 million to beat kids cancer
Cancer Research UK carries out pioneering research across the country to help beat kids' cancer.
TK Maxx is the biggest corporate funder of research into childhood cancers. Since 2004 we’ve raised over £19.7 million for Cancer Research UK’s work, with £15.7 million supporting research into finding cures and kinder treatments for children with cancer.
You can help beat childhood cancers sooner by donating a bag of unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware to your nearest TK Maxx store. The campaign runs year round so any time you fancy a clear out, bring in a bagful and help beat childhood cancers sooner.