APPEAL FOR CLOTHES & OTHER UNWANTED ITEMS.
Community Accountancy Services
TK MAXX is the UK's largest corporate funder of research into children's cancer. This year once again CASNI is helping to support them.
With your help too, we can find cures and kinder treatments for children with cancer. Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens scientists are working hard to develop better and kinder treatments to avoid problems for children in later life - some survivors have long-term health issues such as hearing and infertility problems.
TK Maxx is raising money for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens to help funding life saving treatments.
Since 2004 they have raised over £25 million for Cancer Research UK's work through stock and cash donations with over £21 million supporting research into children's cancers specifically.
To get involved....................................
Just fill up a bag with items you no longer need and bring it into your nearest TK Maxx store (preferably Lisnagelvin, Derry-Londonderry, but any other of their stores will also accept your bags). You will find a drop off point clearly identified inside the front of every TK Maxx main entrance. Cancer Research UK can then sell these items after collection, to generate money for children's cancer research. Each bag full you donate, could raise up to £30.
WHAT CAN YOU INCLUDE IN A BAG?
QUALITY CLOTHES - DRESSES, TOPS, SKIRTS, COATS, TROUSERS, JEANS, SUITS.
ACCESSORIES - JEWELLERY, BELTS, BAGS, TIES.
HOMEWARE - CUSHIONS, PHOTO FRAMES, CLOCKS, CD'S, DVD'S & BOOKS.
ITEMS THAT CANNOT BE ACCEPTED?
SOFAS OR LARGE FURNITURE.
BREAKABLES - VASES, GLASSES.
ANYTHING TOO LARGE TO FIT IN A BAG.
WE CAN COLLECT FROM THE DERRY- LONDONDERRY AREA - please telephone 02871 318583.
Alternatively by arrangement, you can also drop your filled bags at the COMMUNITY ACCOUNTANCY OFFICES most weekday afternoons until 4pm.
email: [email protected] or call 02871 279876.
RUNS UNTIL MID OCTOBER 2021.
IN CONJUNCTION WITH:
COMMUNITY ACCOUNTANCY SERVICES.
47 JOHN ST. CITYSIDE. DERRY. BT48 6JY. COUNTY LONDONDERRY.
- Children and families
- Health and wellbeing
- Young people