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Give Up Clothes For Good With TK Maxx

Join Ireland's largest clothing collection campaign and bring your unwanted items to any TK Maxx store all year round and everything you donate will be sold in an Enable Ireland shop or recycled, to raise funds for services for children with disabilities. 

Give Up Clothes For Good With TK Maxx


Young boy sitting in white wardrobe with hangers

Give Up Clothes for Good, the TK Maxx initiative to raise funds for Enable Ireland celebrated 20 years of partnership in 2017. Give Up Clothes For Good is Ireland’s biggest and longest running clothing and homeware donation collection, helping to raise funds for Enable Ireland. Since 1997, TK Maxx Give Up Clothes For Good has raised over €2.8 million to support over 15,000 children and young people with disabilities in Ireland.  This September, Give Up Clothes For Good asks the public to take action on disability and donate their unwanted clothes, accessories and quality homeware in the special collection units provided in all TK Maxx stores nationwide. Donated items will be sold in Enable Ireland charity shops and money raised by the sale of these items helps to fund our disability services.

Join a host of well-known faces, including Laura Whitmore, James Nesbitt, Lisa Snowdon, Tess Ward, Jim Chapman, Ore Oduba, Toby Huntington-Whiteley and Daphne Selfe and help take action on disability by clearing out your wardrobes to support the TK Maxx Give Up Clothes For Good campaign in aid of Enable Ireland. 

Customers can donate in store using any bag they like, from carrier bags to bin bags.  TK Maxx can accept good quality clean clothing, shoes, accessories, cutlery, collectables and antiques, CDs, DVDs and mobile phones. Each bag of donated items could raise up to €25 for Enable Ireland.

For full details on how to take part and to locate your nearest store, visit or find us on Facebook or Twitter #GUCFG20

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