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Eileen with Oasis client Latoya and her daughter Sayeda

Proud to support a project that feels like home

Eileen Dillon writes about her volunteering visit to Oxfam's  Sanctuary in Wales project in Cardiff as part of Oxfam's See for Yourself programme for its supporters. ...

Eileen's South Wales Diary

Last week we introduced Eileen Dillon, an Oxfam supporter from Exeter who is spending a fortnight volunteering in Wales with two of the charity's UK Poverty Programme projects. In her first blog,...

Eileen Dillon

Eileen comes to Wales to see Oxfam in action

Eileen Dillon has been an Oxfam supporter for thirteen years. The 48-year-old  theatre director and National Trust learning officer has supported the charity's campaigns and paid out regular...

New infographic: Just what could £5.2bn of tax dodging pay for in the UK?

Today is the deadline for many people, maybe some of you too, to submit their tax returns to HMRC. Many people pay tax in the UK, but not everyone plays fair. Some people in the UK cheat: they illegally...

Scottish Circle raise £8000 for Glasgow food project

A group of influential Scottish women have raised more than £8000 for a food project in one of Scotland's most deprived districts. The Scottish Circle held an art event using donations...

Community Link in Newport

How does Oxfam Cymru tackle poverty in Wales?

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Pupils plant spring bulbs in Craigmillar

Oxfam Unwrapped helps make a greener Craigmillar

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Sanctuary in Wales

Expanding our work with women in Wales ...

‘Bags of Attitude’ hits UK Parliament as The Perfect Storm paper launches

Sophie Fosker and Mora McLagan talk about how a stunning new Oxfam exhibition shows how personally the politics crafted at Westminster can bite back home. The security systems at Westminster...

We need to keep talking about inequality in Britain

Yesterday, Oxfam joined again the chorus of voices saying that this 'austerity' business in the UK is not inevitable - "about time some big hitters stepped up", someone said on...