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Information for suppliers
In line with our organisational beliefs and values, we only work with suppliers who share our commitment to ethical purchasing.
We seek to purchase goods and services that are produced under labour conditions that meet the Ethical Trade Trading Initiative’s Base Code (ETI) and therefore do not involve mitigate the any abuse or exploitation of any person. We also seek to work with suppliers who have the least that minimise their negative impacts on climate change and the environment. Prospective suppliers should first read our Ethical and Environmental Policy and our Anti-Slavery policy which sets out OGB's standards for our own operations, our supply chain and implementing partners as well as our approach to remediation.
Offers of goods and services
If you believe you have goods or services that could benefit Oxfam, please complete our form or drop us an email and we will keep you on record for future reference.
For Overseas Aid Goods and Services
For Retail Goods
For resale in our charity shops, email SbOBuying@oxfam.org.uk
Please note, due to the volume of enquiries we receive we are unable to accept phone calls regarding supplier enquiries and we would kindly ask that you do not contact us to follow up on your offer. We will, however, review all offers of products or services when our contracts with existing suppliers need renewal.