TK Maxx partners with Mr. Men Little Miss for a T-shirt collection featuring Mr. Happy, Mr. Grumpy and Little Miss Fabulous.

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February 8, 2023

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Ovie Soko wearing a Mr. Happy T-shirt.
Ovie Soko wearing a Mr. Happy T-shirt.

TK Maxx, in partnership with Comic Relief, is launching a collection of T-shirts for Red Nose Day 2023, featuring Mr. Men Little Miss character designs. The colorful Red Nose Day range includes sweatshirts for the first time. 

The collection supports Comic Relief’s work to help children and young people facing the toughest times of their lives whether they are in the U.K. or around the world.  

Showing their support for this year’s campaign, a host of celebrities have donned the T-shirts, including Anna Maxwell Martin, Amanda Holden, David Harewood, Dylan Llewellyn, Ellie Goldstein, Fearne Cotton, Himesh Patel, Hugh Bonneville, Jodie Kidd, Jodie Whittaker, Laura Whitmore, Lily James, Martin Freeman, Nikesh Patel, Ovie Soko, Rachel Stevens, Shirley Ballas, Vick Hope and Will Poulter.  

Since 2005, TK Maxx has partnered with Comic Relief in support of Red Nose Day and, together with its customers, raised over £30 million to help organizations and change-makers who are closest to the communities trapped in poverty and so have the best solutions. 

Alongside the tees and sweatshirts, the Red Nose Day collection also includes aprons, tote bags, lunch bags, notebooks, water bottles, plush toys and mugs, and will be available at TK Maxx stores and 

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All the cotton used in the Red Nose Day T-shirts, sweatshirts, totes and aprons is Fairtrade certified, traded, audited and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Income from the cotton supports cotton farmers and their communities. 

“We’re thrilled to be partnering once more with our long-standing friends at Comic Relief for Red Nose Day 2023,” says Deborah Dolce, group marketing and corporate responsibility director, TJX Europe. “This year is our most colorful range to date, with the T-shirts, sweatshirts, aprons and homeware all featuring the iconic Mr. Men Little Miss characters in playful designs. With the amazing help and generosity of our customers, we’re proud to have raised over £30 million for Comic Relief to date. Every contribution makes such a difference. We can’t wait to see how our customers get involved this year to make a difference their way.” 

“It’s wonderful to see the much-loved Mr. Men Little Miss characters feature across this year’s charming T-shirt and homeware range,” says Samir Patel, chief executive officer, Comic Relief. “TK Maxx has been making the official Red Nose Day T-shirts since 2005 and every year they make us smile with beautiful designs. We are hugely grateful to TK Maxx and their customers for helping us raise money at such a worrying time. Donations have never felt more needed than now, and I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who is able to support us this year. We hope you love this colorful collection as much as we do.” 

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