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Nadine Elizabeth Louise Coyle is an Irish singer, songwriter, actress, and model. She rose to fame in the early 2000s as a member of the girl group Girls Aloud. Nadine started her solo career in 2010, became a mother in 2014 and released an EP in 2017.

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Some of the UK’s favourite famous faces, including our very own Nadine Coyle, are partnering up with TK Maxx to help beat children’s cancers sooner. This year’s Give Up Clothes for Good campaign in support of Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens encourages people to donate clothes to raise vital funds for life-saving research to help beat children’s cancers sooner.

One of the UK’s longest running charity clothing collections, Give Up Clothes for Good, launches in store from February 2018. Customers can donate quality items they no longer need in special clothing bins at their local store. The clothes donated will be sold in Cancer Research UK shops with ALL the money raised going towards research into cancers affecting children and young people. Each bag could be worth up to £30* for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens.

Give Up Clothes for Good will help transform the items customers no longer need into funds for life-saving research into children’s cancers.

In the UK around 4,200 children and young people (aged 0-24) are diagnosed with cancer each year; that’s around 12 young people every day TK Maxx is the biggest corporate supporter of Cancer Research UK’s research into children’s cancers and has raised more than £32 million for Cancer Research UK since 2004 through stock and cash donations. Of this, over £28 million is supporting research into children’s cancers specifically and £4 million supporting general cancer research.

www.cancerresearchuk.org

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