Help people rebuild

Donate monthly

Your monthly donation will:

  • Oxfam staff Nikhil Wagh and Parmeshwar Patil carrying oxygen concentrator during delivery to Yashwantrao Chavan Memorial Hospital (YCM Hospital).

    Help us respond quickly to emergencies around the world

    We help people caught up in disasters by supporting in the immediate aftermath, and being there whilst people rebuild over the long term.

  • Akisneem waters her vegetables in Garu, Ghana.

    Help people to work themselves out of poverty

    Supporting local small businesses means people can earn an income, live sustainably, and provide for their families and communities.

  • Campaigners from Oxfam and The People’s Vaccine Alliance pose as world leaders at the G7 summit in Cornwall, 2021.

    Campaign to change the things that keep people poor

    Whether it’s demanding governments fight climate change, providing water for all or equality for women, Oxfam campaigns to end poverty, whatever the cause.

Why donate monthly to Oxfam

Real and lasting change only happens over time. As a dedicated Oxfam supporter, every month, you'll not only help support more people, you’ll also be tackling the systems that trap people in poverty. Giving regularly to Oxfam also means we know what donations to expect over the months and years to come, so we can plan further into the future.

This makes our work more effective. It helps us move closer to a fairer, more equal world for everyone.

How to donate to charity monthly

Direct debit, PayPal or Apple Pay

You can set up a monthly direct debit to Oxfam by selecting an amount to give each month at the top of this page. Alternatively, you can donate by PayPal or Apple Pay.

Call Oxfam

You can donate by phone by contacting our Supporter Relations team on 0300 200 1300. And you can cancel at any time.

Climate activist and youth leader Elizabeth holds a sapling. Credit: Armstrong Too

Who your monthly donation could help

  • £6 each month could help get food to a family of six for a year buying nutritious food like eggs, fish, aubergines, onions, garlic, chili and spinach.
  • £9 a month could provide clean, safe water to a family of six, all year round, in DR Congo, where conflict has forced millions of people to leave their homes