Thursday, 15 April 2010

Give Up Clothes for Good - Until 25th April, donate your old clothes to TK Maxx and help fight leukemia

Cancer Research UK, the worlds leading charity dedicated to cancer research has partnered with fashion retailer TK Maxx for a fourth time to launch the UK’s longest running charity collection partnership to raise valuable funds to help beat childhood cancers.

Launched in 2004 and referred to previously as GiveGet, the 2010 campaign is called Give Up Clothes for Good and is calling upon the nation to strip their wardrobes bare, for the biggest clothing and homeware collection ever.

Supported by celebrities and shoppers across the country, the campaign has already raised a staggering £3.2 million worth of donations to help beat children’s cancer and aims to raise even more for Cancer Research UK's life-saving research by the end of 2010.

Just grab a clothes donation bag from TK Maxx (or bring your own), fill it up with quality unwanted clothes and homewares, then drop it off in your local TK Maxx store.


  1. Great! You already know I'm supporting it. Thanks for your commebt on BMB. It's a great cause.

  2. What a great idea