Give Up Clothes for Good, Ireland’s biggest clothes drive, is returning for the fourth time, and aims to raise fund for Enable Ireland’s services for children with disabilities.
 
The campaign asks people to drop their bags of unwanted quality clothing, accessories, household items at any TK Maxx store from now until the 18th of March. Donations are given to Enable Ireland and sold in Enable Ireland shops. Each bag could raise up to €30 for Enable Ireland, so every donation makes a difference. Cash donations can also be made to your nearest TK Maxx store from 1st March.
 
Since the partnership was first launched, Give Up Clothes for Good has raised over €1 million helping children with disabilities and their families in communities nationwide. The funds raised have contributed to improving Enable Ireland services, such as the development of a fully accessible children’s playground at the new ‘Hillside’ centre in Cavan, a Hydrotherapy Pool in Galway, multi-sensory equipment in Kildare and two new children’s service centres in Castlebar and Tralee.
 
You can donate your clothes in any bag you like, from supersize carrier bags to bin bags. To locate your nearest store or to find out more, visit www.tkmaxx.ie.

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