As a fashion blogger (and general shopaholic), I have a lot of clothes. Generally, I’m not a big hoarder but I’ve definitely held onto some items of clothing longer than I should have. I always say, “Ooh, I’ll wear that again one day!” And that day never comes.
This week, I decided to have clearout and help others while doing so. The Give Up Clothes for Good Campaign is great way to help raise money for Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens. Simply donate quality clothing and homeware at your nearest TK Maxx store and you can help beat children’s cancer sooner.
Donate clothes to raise money for Cancer Research UK
Give Up Clothes for Good is TK Maxx’s national cancer awareness charity campaign in partnership with Cancer Research UK, Kids & Teens. The campaign is in its 12th year and has raised £25.5m since 2004. Through your donations of unwanted clothing, TK Maxx supports Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens, who help children and teenagers battling with cancer.
Each donation bag could raise up to £25. Donated items are sold by Cancer Research UK shops to raise much-needed funds or recycled if they cannot be sold.
So, I need your help! Please get involved by commenting on the pictures below what you think I should KEEP or DONATE. By doing this, others can see the comments and thus, raise awareness of the campaign. Plus, you’re helping me decide!
For example, there is a monochrome stripe dress, black hat and patent loafers in the picture below. Should I KEEP or DONATE them? Perhaps, a bit of both?
Even though I’m rubbish at making decisions, my main thought is, ‘If I never saw these items of clothing again, would I really miss them?’ Also, the donations would make more difference to other people than myself.
Want to know more?
If you want to read more about this wonderful campaign, please visit www.TKMaxx.com/giveupclothes.