We help to do good things for great UK and Irish charities and our planet. Wherever you live, work or play by filling one of our collection bags you can trust us to recycle your preloved frocks, tops, sports kits and tutus into charitable funds.

Raising funds for charity and recycling is at the heart of what we do. We take not a single penny from our charity partners so every pound they receive from us is a bonus. And last year your donations helped us raise over €1.75 million (£1.5 million). We take our hat off to you.

Welcome to the Clothes Aid Ireland site – from Spring 2017 we will be collecting clothing in Cork, with plans to grow all over Ireland. We’re truly honoured to be collecting clothing on behalf of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), and have worked with their sister charity, the NPSCC, since 2009. If you’d like to be part of the Clothes Aid story and join our team, head to our jobs page for more information.

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The ISPCC seeks to make child protection a national priority, by advising government on policy and practice change. They work with state agencies, employers, industries, schools and other organisations to build awareness of risks to children.
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Childline is the national listening service for children and young people in Ireland, and is a confidential service run by the ISPCC, by telephone, text and online. In 2015, over 420,000 contacts were answered by their volunteers.
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The Childline phone service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Childline receives thousands of calls every year. These are answered by volunteers and staff who are trained to listen and understand young people.
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