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From The Beatles and Coldplay to Colin Firth and Bonnie Wright, a whole host of famous faces support Oxfam's life changing work.
They have given their time to help Oxfam tackle poverty and injustice in all sorts of ways. Some have travelled overseas to highlight our development and humanitarian response work. Others have joined our campaigns and lobbied senior political figures, including Heads of State. Many have helped raise funds to support our work. All have helped us raise awareness about the vital difference we are making to the lives of men, women and children around the world.
Photo 1/10 photo by: Coldplay
Coldplay are Global Ambassadors for Oxfam. Frontman Chris Martin has visited our programmes in Ghana and Haiti to see our work overseas. In 2012 alone, Coldplay helped Oxfam's GROW Campaign message reach over 100 million people worldwide, thanks to their social media networks and Oxfam's presence on their world tour. The band also lent their support to Oxfam's innovative land grabs project, which brought together Coldplay fans all over the world to create a film for an acoustic version of In my place.
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