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By supporting Oxfam, you are part of a worldwide movement of marathon runners, petition signers, gig organisers, shop volunteers, cake makers, abseilers, present buyers, clothes donators, festivalgoers and more. By working together we can achieve our goal - an end to the injustice of poverty. Here are a few of our supporter stars, post your photos on Instagram or send them in and we can feature you on our supporter stars wall. We hope you feel inspired to get involved!
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How does my support help end poverty? Take a peek at Inside Oxfam and discover how we help communities bounce back from disaster.
Phil Broadhurst, manager of the Oxfam shop in Castle Street, Swansea, explains why he's welcomed more than 100 volunteers who have fled to the UK in search of a safer life.
Around the world, people face huge challenges to build a new life after fleeing their homes. These are their stories - and this is how you're creating hope.
All over the UK, amazing people are joining forces to show they won't live with poverty.
Sometimes it feels like we only hear tales of conflict, disaster and sadness. But thanks to your support, Oxfam has been able to bring real, precious, unexpected hope to people in seemingly desperate situations
It’s almost three years since the Ebola crisis began in West Africa, with your support, we’re still there – helping people to recover together.
The tax African countries lose because of personal wealth hidden in tax havens could pay for enough teachers to educate every child in Africa.
“We’ve all got the power to change the world.”
Meet Sue Greenwood who lost a leg in the 2005 London bombings. One year later, she took part in our Trailwalker 100km walking challenge.
Oxfam supporter Roger Saunders took to the skies to celebrate leaving a gift to Oxfam in his Will.
Stories of hope in a changing climate. Here are just a few of the many stories showing how your support is helping people improve their future, despite the changing climate.
The author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time travels to Ethiopia with Oxfam.
Meet five amazing women who are giving their families and communities the strength to survive.
As the clock strikes midnight on 31 December people around the world will welcome in 2017, reflecting... Read more
Humanitarian worker Duoi Ampilan explains why, despite the dangers and the distress, he still loves... Read more
"We fled from our home; there were so many dead bodies on the streets." Wafaa (name changed... Read more
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