Putting our region's cancer needs first

Collect my Clothes

North West cancer Research has been on a mission to rid North West and North Wales locals of their unwanted items, while contributing to life-saving research and helping the environment along the way.


The Charity has partnered with Collect My Clothes – the hassle-free, environmentally friendly way of donating unwanted clothing and accessories. The company will collect items for free before exporting them to re-wear, with a fixed amount of money per kg being donated back to North West Cancer Research.

An estimated £140 million worth of used clothing goes to landfill in the UK every year. The wasteful nature of the fashion industry is no secret, so together with the team behind Collect My Clothes, we’re encouraging our supporters to help us be part of the solution.

Since launching the partnership in 2020, Collect My Clothes has recycled over 68 tonnes of clothing in aid of North West Cancer Research.
Paul Roberts, from Collect My Clothes, said: “We launched collectmyclothes.co.uk back in 2020 to give the public an easier & more reliable way of donating their unwanted clothes whilst being able to choose to support charities that they feel close to.

“Through our clothes collection service we have helped North West Cancer Research raise £17,000. They are such a well supported charity carrying out incredible work in the fight against cancer, we are proud to be working with such a great organisation.”


To join us on our sustainability mission, while supporting life-saving cancer research projects, visit: collectmyclothes.co.uk/charities/north-west-cancer-research/