TK Maxx & Comic Relief
Since 2005, together with our customers we’ve raised over £25million for Comic Relief changing thousands of lives.
Wherever you are in the UK, there is a Comic Relief funded project near you helping vulnerable children and young people to get the best start in life, supporting mental health issues, providing a safe place to live and fighting for gender justice.
Comic Relief supports organisations that help the most vulnerable children and families in the UK and around the world. Comic Relief is offering support to hundreds of organisations that it currently funds to help them adapt their services in response to the Covid-19 pandemic These include people who rely on homeless centres, food banks, domestic violence shelters, isolated older people, children living in poverty or refugees.
Watch our tee-hee-hee-v commercial
See how Mickey creates mayhem with a few Red Noses and some familiar faces
Where the money goes
One of the many ways we raise money for Comic Relief is by producing and selling thousands of Red Nose Day t-shirts and an exciting range of homeware products.
Who the money helps
By buying a t-shirt you’re helping vulnerable children and young people in the UK and the world’s poorest communities
How the t-shirt cotton benefits Ugandan Farmers
The Fairtrade Cotton in our tees was grown by farmers in Uganda, supported by TK Maxx's sustainable trade programme which empowers cotton farmers to increase their income so they can send their children to school and improve their life chances.
©Disney. Photography by Greg Williams. Red Nose Day is an initiative of Comic Relief which is the trading name of Charity Projects, a registered charity in England and Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730).