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Australia: Usaia Moli speaks in Parliament House, Canberra as part of the Safe Climate, Equal Future Speakers Tour. Photo: Irene Dowdy/Oxfam

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By making a regular donation and joining the Oxfam community, you can help end the injustices that keep people living in poverty.

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You can support Oxfam’s lifesaving work by holding your own fundraiser or charity event and starting the conversation about poverty and injustice around the world.

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Philanthropy — The Oxfam Circle

The Oxfam Circle is a community that allows you to direct your donation to a particular area of interest or specific project and feel a deep connection to the impact of your support.

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Timor-Leste: Ilda and her husband Angelino, with their kids Rivaldo and Govino. She has always been a saver, even before joining ROMANSA. She is currently a leader in her group. Photo: Patrick Moran/Oxfam

Leave a gift in your Will

Whether it’s large or small, when everyday people like you leave a gift in your Will, it creates a ripple effect that makes a big difference in the lives of people around the world.

Rumi Akter is working as garment workers for three years now. She is living along her sister, who also works in a garment factory. As helper she fold fabrics and match them. Her target is 1440 pieces in 8 hours. With overtime she gets 10000 taka which is not enough for her living in Asulia. She can barely send money to her parents. Asulia, Bangladesh. Photo: Fabeha Monir/Oxfam

What She Makes

Oxfam’s What She Makes campaign demands big clothing brands pay the women who make our clothes a living wage.

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Volunteers form the backbone of our organisation and an integral part of our history, going back to when Community Aid Abroad was founded by Father Gerard Kennedy Tucker in 1953.

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Working at Oxfam is so much more than just a job. It’s a chance to join a community of like-minded individuals tackling poverty together around the world.

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Nepal: Bimala Devi Bhatta holds garlic grown by members of her community’s women’s group.

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