Your donated bags are helping kids like Leah beat cancer sooner. Collections happen all year round. So please continue to bring in as many bags as you can, each bag could raise up to £30 for Cancer Research UK
Together we’ve raised a record-breaking
to help beat kids’ cancer sooner.
So please bag up any of these:Clothes Dresses, tops, skirts, coats, trousers, jeans, suits
Accessories Jewellery, belts, bags, ties
CDs, DVDs, Books
Homeware linens, cushions, ornaments
Why get involved?
Give up clothes for good is the uk's
biggest clothing collection
TK Maxx and Cancer Research UK have been running our joint clothing
collection campaign since 2004. Together, we've already raised £13.5 million - £9 million of which has gone into research to help beat kids' cancer, making TK Maxx the biggest corporate funder of research into children's cancers in the UK.TK Maxx are committed to supporting local communities by helping vulnerable children reach their potential.
Cancer research uk is the uk's
leading children's cancer charity
Many of the world's most successful trials of children's cancer treatments have been funded by Cancer Research UK.
In the 1960s, only around 1 in 4 children with cancer survived. Today, almost 3 in 4 survive - and Cancer Research UK is at the heart of this huge progress. But there's still more work to do.
Currently, cancer is the highest cause of children's death in the UK; four children a day will be told they have the disease. Which is why we need your help. Cancer Research UK's work is funded entirely by the public, but with your support, it can continue its groundbreaking research to help even more
Cancer Research UK carries out pioneering research across the country to
help beat kids' cancer. Thanks to the support of people like you, who give
up your clothes for good, more kids will live healthy, happy lives.
Hover over the map to find out where in your area Cancer Research UK is
supporting research into beating kids' cancer.
Southampton General Hospital is one of a network of centres across the UK and Ireland taking part in groundbreaking research coordinated by Cancer Research UK's Children's Cancer Trials Team. These trials make innovative new treatments available to children with cancer in Southampton.
life-saving work of Cancer Research UK. Your donations will
help more kids like Leah.
Meet brave little Leah
In May 2006, when Leah was only 18 months old, her parents were
given the devastating news that she had leukaemia. Leah then started
a course of chemotherapy treatment but this had to be stopped due to
an infection and she had to be transferred to intensive care.
Spending almost four months in a hospital bed meant Leah lost all
muscle tone in her legs and had to learn to walk again. Fighting every
challenge thrown at her, Leah finished her treatment in September
2008 and is now in remission. Leah's mum describes her bravery as
amazing, and despite everything she has had to face, Leah kept