What we do

Supply free clothing, bedding and curtains to people in need across Redcar and Cleveland referred to us from our referral partners who are listed on our referral page.

How do I get clothing support?

If you are being supported by any of the following agencies/organisations and require clothing, shoes or bedding ask at your next appointment to be referred to TCC

Ron Moran working in the Loftus clothes bank which has been nominated for three awards.

Our Referral Agents

  • Welfare Rights RCBC
  • Social Services RCBC
  • Adult Services RCBC
  • Children’s Services RCBC
  • Homelessness Services RCBC
  • Probation Services
  • Family Hubs
  • Youth & Community Centres
  • Citizens Advice Bureau CAB
  • We are here 4 you (formally Addaction)
  • Eva
  • The White Feather Project
  • The Junction
  • Mind
  • Age Concern
  • The Harmony Hub
  • Redcar & Cleveland Foodbanks
  • Footsteps in the community
  • North Yorkshire online
  • TRAC
  • Beyond Housing
  • Accent Housing
  • The Link Charitable Trust
  • Community Stepping Stones
  • Footprints in the community

How will I collect clothing?

Our clothing shop is in TEES Community Hub, 5-7 Diamond Street, Saltburn TS12 1EB. We are however able to deliver a selection of items to the referral agent for you to select from if you cannot get to the Hub.

We are also working on pop up shops across the region to make access to the service more accessible. This will work on the same formula and you would be invited to a shopping experience, be able to choose your own items from the rails we fill up at a local venue.

Tonia Nixon and Ron Moran working in the Loftus clothes bank which has been nominated for three awards.

Are all the clothes/items pre-loved?

No we do get new clothing, shoes and bedding. We have a very strict rule on the items we distribute that they are all clean, functional, in good condition and that we would be happy to wear the items ourselves or give to our loved ones if needed.

What do you do with unwanted items?

We sell on the clothing that is not acceptable for us to distribute to the rag man. The monies raised are then put back into the charity to help sustain our viability. We also sell items on e-bay and other sites to help raise money to keep us going. We will add links in the future to the sites we will be using once set up and running.

Why should I donate to TCC?

All donations made to TCC stay local and are distributed FREE of charge to anyone in need. We pride ourselves that our service is not only FREE but will be self sustainable in the future.

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