The week in charities

TK Maxx has chosen Taylor Herring (led by James Herring) to promote its 'Give Up Clothes For Good' charity partnership campaign, run in association with Cancer Research UK.

James Herring: promoting TK Maxx
James Herring: promoting TK Maxx

Admiral PR has been appointed to deliver PR support for Fashion Kicks 2010, an annual event hosted by Manchester City FC and club goalkeeper Shay Given. Funds raised will be distributed between Macmillan Cancer Support, the Beechwood Centre for Cancer Care in Stockport and the Adopt a School culinary arts project.

Red Dog has been selected by RAF Bomber Command Association and the Bee Gees' Robin Gibb to help raise money for a national memorial in London's Green Park to the 55,573 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives in World War II.

Breakthrough Breast Cancer has undergone a comms restructure that has brought its PR and online disciplines together. It is now seeking a head of new media and PR as part of eight posts spanning the website, e-marketing, media relations and celebrity support.

Charlton Athletic FC and national children's charity 4Children organised a performing arts and media project with community-based learning experts Imagine You Can, for pupils aged 11 to 17 in Dartford throughout last week.

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