It's time to clear out your cupboards - and bring your unwanted clothing, accessories and quality homeware to any TK Maxx store to raise life-saving funds for research into children's cancers, so more kids like Leah can make a full recovery.
Our 10 years anniversary
This September, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of a unique partnership between Give up Clothes for Good and Cancer Research UK. In those ten years, you've helped us raise a staggering £17.7 million with £13.2 million dedicated to help fund research into children's cancers. And in those ten years, more than 11,000 children in the UK have survived cancer.
We're celebrating with model Jerry Hall who launched the campaign in 2004 and says,
"I'm absolutely honoured to be supporting the campaign again. Thanks to the incredible work done by Cancer Research UK, more children than ever are surviving cancer."
Currently, 3 out of 4 children with cancer survive but with your help we want to make it 4 in 4. September 2014 is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Please, wear your golden ribbon (available in store) to support Cancer Research UK and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Each bag could be worth up to £30 for Cancer Research UK
Everything you donate will be sold in a Cancer Research UK shop, to raise life-saving funds for research into children's cancers.
Fill this or any bag with your unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware and bring it to TK Maxx. Have another clear-out as you prepare for back to school and help more children like Leah beat cancer sooner. Collections are year round, so continue to bring your bags to your nearest TK Maxx store.
Be part of the UK’s biggest and longest running clothes collection
TK Maxx and Cancer Research UK have been working together since 2004 to help beat kids’ cancers sooner.
The 2014 Give Up Clothes for Good campaign has raised a record breaking £4.2 million for children’s cancer research so far this year. And since its launch in 2004, Give Up Clothes for Good has raised a staggering £17.7 million, with £13.2 million funding ground-breaking research into childhood cancers. The £13.2 million TK Maxx have donated since 2004 has contributed to all areas of our children’s cancer research, including developing kinder treatments to reduce the long term side effects for children with cancer.
This year, GUCFG has extended the campaign to run all year round, giving you more time to bag it, bring it and help beat kids’ cancers sooner. So get going, get involved.