Making a difference
Small actions from you lead to big payoffs for our charitable partners.
Clothes Relief supports the good works performed by its charitable partners.
Our giving commitment is straightforward and honest: Each collection bag will list the name of the charitable partner, as well as the amount of money we’ve committed to the charity.
Our charitable partners range from national foundations to small grassroots organizations. Over the past year, we’ve expanded our reach and we’re able to serve them all through the donations of people like you.
What’s best about it is your giving results in real cash for charity without costing you a penny. We collect clothes year round, rain or shine. There’s never a bad time for you to give.
Donna's Dream House
Clothes Relief have formed a partnership with Donna's Dream House. We are committed to supporting them through our Door To Door Collections Service.
The Donna’s Dream House Charity in Blackpool is a locally based trust, providing free holiday experiences for children and teenagers with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Whilst the voluntary team of Donna’s Dream House provides the expertise, enthusiasm and administration, it is the generosity of many companies, organisations and individuals in raising and donating money, that makes it possible to bring not only sunshine and fun into children’s lives, but a sense of wonder, adventure, laughter and a much-needed holiday in Blackpool for the whole family.
To find out more visit: http://donnasdreamhouse.co.uk
Donna's Dream House Collection Bags
Cancer Care Trust
Clothes Relief have formed a partnership with Cancer Care Trust. We are committed to supporting them through our Door To Door Collections Service.
Cancer Care Trust provides practical and emotional support to people living with cancer, both during and after the treatment period. They support people with all kinds of cancer in London and surrounding areas.
They are a self-funding registered charity that provides cancer patients somewhere to go, to relax and talk with others in a similar situation who also provide families, friends and carers a place to find information and talk freely, without burdening the patient or each other.
To find out more visit: http://cancercaretrust.org.uk