Clothes Aid to Collect for Children's Hospital

16 October 2017

Clothes Aid, the UK’s leading charity clothing collector is delighted to announce its new partnership with Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity.

Over 100,000 bags and stickers will be distributed each week to homes across 10 licenced areas in the north-west and Clothes Aid aims to donate at least £50,000 to the charity annually.

Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital is the largest single site children’s hospital in the UK and treats over 260,000 patients each year and offers specialist services including bone marrow transplantation and paediatric intensive care.

The inner and outer bag design for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital closely follows the new ASA CAP guidance and will be distributed solely by Clothes Aid uniformed and identified employees. 

Michael Lometey of Clothes Aid said ‘We are thrilled to be working with Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity. Ten hard-working teams are excited to get started and raise vital funds for this incredible charity.’

Joel Oxberry, Corporate Fundraising Manager at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity comments: “We are delighted that’s Clothes Aid have chosen to support Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. The amount of money they’ve raised over the years for various charities is remarkable. All funds raised for our children’s hospital will help to make a real and lasting difference to the poorly children treated there so we are delighted to have this support.”