We care about giving back to our local communities, and we know you do too. With your help, we’ve managed to raise an incredible amount for our partner charities, and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!
Since 2011, we’ve proudly been working in partnership with our chosen charity, Help for Heroes. Through our annual fundraising events, Help for Heroes clothing sales and optional customer checkout donations, we’ve managed to raise an incredible:

£1,790,761 & counting

We are very proud to have won Silver for the ‘Most Effective Long-term Partnership’ at the 2019 Corporate Engagement Awards in London, showing our ongoing dedication to Help for Heroes. Find out why we continue to support the charity and the amazing work it does.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated to the Red Cross' DEC Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal.

Together we've raised £12,562 to support those who need it most.

This is on top of raising £146,150 for the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal via your generous checkout donations and our support of the Concert for Ukraine advertisers' initiative via ITV.

Giving something back

with the Salvation Army

As a team, we’re working tirelessly towards a zero-waste target, in turn protecting our planet and supporting some of society’s most vulnerable people.

All of our seconds and any returns that won’t be resold are donated to The Salvation Army, bypassing landfill and giving good-as-new products to people in need. By distributing them to 240 charity shops across the country, our clothes are given a new lease of life and the funds raised go directly to a number of services that change lives.

The money raised from the donations we make helps The Salvation Army support those in need in a number of ways - from offering invaluable support in general for families and children across the country to specialist care for victims of human trafficking and modern slavery; reconciling families with their Family Tracing Service, supporting the emergency services, and providing those in need with 3,200 beds a night in their hostels.

Find out more about The Salvation Army here.