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Since establishing a partnership with Cancer Research UK in 2004, TK Maxx are now the biggest corporate funder of research into children’s cancers.
Help us beat children’s cancers sooner
At just 18 months old, Leah was diagnosed with leukaemia. Fighting every challenge thrown at her, Leah is now in remission and is supporting the TK Maxx Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, raising funds for research into children’s cancers.
Leah’s mum describes her bravery as amazing, and despite everything she has had to face, Leah kept smiling.
Leah is proud to be part of the Give Up Clothes for Good campaign and hopes to encourage the public to donate their clothing and help beat kid’s cancer sooner.
Give Up Clothes for Good
Give Up Clothes for Good is the UK’s largest and longest running charity clothing collection partnership raising valuable funds for the treatment and cure of childhood cancers. All of the items donated will be sold in Cancer Research UK shops with all the money raised going to help fund research into childhood cancers.
Since 2004, Give Up Clothes for Good has raised over £13.5 million, of which £9 million has funded research into children's cancers.
This is the first time the campaign, supported by model and actress Jerry Hall, will run all year round, giving people more opportunities to donate, raising more funds for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat children’s cancers sooner.
To support the campaign, simply fill up a bag with your unwanted clothing, accessories and quality homeware and drop it into any TK Maxx store throughout 2014. There are donation bags available in store from mid February but any bag will do. Find out more at the TK Maxx website.
“I am absolutely honoured to be part of Give Up Clothes for Good. More children than ever are now surviving cancer thanks to the work of Cancer Research UK but it is still the leading cause of death in children. Please support Give Up Clothes for Good to help Cancer Research UK's vital work continue and drop off a bag of clothing at your local TK Maxx store.”
Jerry Hall, model and actress
As well as the Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, TK Maxx also generously sponsor our Little Star Awards, recognising the bravery of children in the UK diagnosed with cancer. Find out more information about our Little Stars Awards.