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"I’ve made friends – I have fun, we have a laugh, we have lots of banter. I’ve got a friend who is an artist and she prices all the jewellery, so there’s something for everyone – whatever your skill is, the shop can use you." Helen Ashworth, 46, a volunteer at the Thirsk and Boroughbridge Oxfam shops.
Millie, an Oxfam Youth Ambassador at Ringwood School, writes about what she has learnt and how your pupils could benefit from setting up an Oxfam Youth Ambassadors group at your school.
At the end of the Summer term, we reviewed what our Youth Ambassador's have been doing over the last year. Reading through the feedback from the groups was so inspiring: we always suspected that these young people were fantastic, but their hard... Read more
In the most recent edition of Teach Secondary magazine Michael Lynas from the National Citizen Service Trust wrote about his experiences with young people today as connected and informed global citizens. Michael has kindly agreed for Oxfam Education... Read more
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Sparing a few hours of your time to volunteer with Oxfam can be a brilliant way to make a difference
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