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Jasmine Guinness joins with TK Maxx for their ‘Give Up Clothes for Good’ campaign in support of Enable Ireland

The former model launched the campaign

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Photo: Anthony Woods

Jasmine Guinness joined up with TK Maxx for their ‘Give Up Clothes for Good’ campaign in support of Enable Ireland.

The fashion entrepreneur launched the 2019 campaign this week, which supports children with disabilities.

The campaign encourages people to donate pre-loved clothes, homeware and accessories to raise funds for the charity.

Having been set up in 2008, the ‘Give Up Clothes for Good’ is Ireland’s longest running clothing donation campaign and all the funds go directly to Enable Ireland.

Photo: Anthony Woods

The charity either sells or recycles the clothes to raise funds for a range of projects run by Enable Ireland, to benefit children with disabilities.

Speaking at the launch, Jasmine said: “I’m delighted to be back in my home town of Dublin today to support such a fantastic initiative. Like so many people across Ireland, I love a good clear out, especially when the seasons change.”

“With spring finally in sight, it’s a great time to give a second life to the clothes we no longer need, and at the same time, raise much needed funds for children and young people with disabilities.”

Photo: Anthony Woods