New Oxfam research has found that Australians dread the mass consumption associated with Christmas (facing the crowds at shopping centres and giving and receiving unnecessary gifts) and the majority would consider making changes to how they do Christmas if it would help the environment.
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This Christmas marks 10 years of Australians buying goats, chickens and even cow manure for developing communities around the world through the Oxfam Unwrapped charity gift program.
Parents who want to remind their children of the importance of giving back this Christmas will find the solution with Oxfam’s newest Unwrapped gift – a storybook card just for kids.
Oxfam Australia is urging families to choose a Mother’s Day Oxfam Unwrapped gift that also helps mums in need around the world. More than 1500 women die from pregnancy and childbirth related complications every day, but buying an Oxfam Unwrapped gift can help fund preventative programs. Oxfam sales statistics have revealed women buy at least […]
Cupid’s bow has struck a clucky chord with men, as more are choosing meaningful Oxfam Unwrapped gifts for their loved ones this Valentine’s Day. Quirky chicken and piglet cards are the most popular for men wanting to impress their partners with a gift that helps others in need, Oxfam Australia said today. While almost 10,000 […]
Australians would rather sacrifice their own Christmas presents this festive season and receive a goat, donkey or piglet that helps improve the lives of others, according to an Oxfam Australia survey. Oxfam revealed that more than two thirds of Australian women would prefer no presents this Christmas if a gift was given to a child […]
With just a fortnight until Father’s Day, Oxfam has a range of fair trade gifts for those looking to show dad they truly care.
They may not smell as nice as roses, but piglets are a far more generous gift especially to families overseas in need, Oxfam Australia said today as it launched two new Oxfam Unwrapped gifts for Valentine’s Day.
Cattle manure is most popular with Christmas shoppers in NSW and mosquito nets most popular with Victorians, an analysis of Oxfam Australia’s sales of its donation program Oxfam Unwrapped revealed today.
Cows and buckets might be strange things to ask for at Christmas time, but they’re at the top of wish lists of Australian actors Mia Wasikowska (star of Alice in Wonderland, Jane Eyre and Restless) and Anna Torv (star of TV series Fringe).