Shaping the future of Wales - sustainably

A win-win bill for all of Wales - Oxfam Cymru, big names in environment, business and social justice support a strong bill to bring green jobs, healthier diets and support for Welsh speaking communities ...

Samira, Syria

Record spending but also a drop in income during one of Oxfam’s most challenging years

In an extremely tough financial year for Oxfam the charity spent an extra £3.6 million on responding to humanitarian emergencies and helping people living in poverty worldwide. ...

A peep into The wonderful world of fundraising

Kate Anderson is a fresh graduate from Cardiff University and has been volunteering for two days a week as a Fundraising Support Assistant in the Cardiff office. She tells us what she's been...

Hear why to Love Syria

On Thursday 25th  July at 6pm at the Temple of Peace, Cardiff hear first hand why to Love Syria ...

‘Well done mum!’ Children cheer mothers’ success on Access to Work project

Proud kids made colourful banners to celebrate their mums' achievements in completing six months on Oxfam Cymru's unique Access to Work programme. at a unique awards ceremony in Cardiff's...

Latoya at Radio Cardiff

Latoya's Journey

My name is Latoya. I come from Barbados. I'm 28 and a participant in Oxfam Cymru's Sanctuary in Wales project  based in Oasis, Cardiff for women refugees and asylum seekers.  I...

Nicaragua

Oxfam in Chepstow for inspiring evening in July

On Thursday 4th July at 7pm, Oxfam will be hosting an inspirational talk in Chepstow Methodist Church Hall. Everybody is welcome and we will have Oxfam volunteer Adele Carter as our guest speaker....

A patchwork of colours for Refugee Week

Rachel Morris of Oxfam's Sanctuary in Wales project in Wrexham writes: Our communities, including the refugees who have paid us the compliment of coming to live with us here in Wales,...

Benefits of employing refugees

In May and June, the Sanctuary in Wales Project has been delivering workshops in Swansea, Cardiff and Newport about the benefits of employing refugees. In collaboration with Displaced People in Action's...

Hyde Park, London, 8th June

Enough Food for everyone...? IF Wales plays its part

On Saturday 8th June the grass of Hyde Park disappeared under the feet of 45,000 people, including coach loads from Wales, as they showed their support for the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign. ...

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