Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the tragic building collapse in Bangladesh. We can't let this happen again! Use your voice - let your favourite retailers know that as a customer you want to make sure the people who made your clothes are decently paid and working in safe conditions. And please REPIN to show your support.
This t-shirt sold for €2.50 in an Oxfam shop. Which for some bargain-hunters, might seem a little bit pricey. After all it’s second-hand. But take another look, and you’ll realise that you’re buying much more than a t-shirt. It’s that final brick in a well in Kenya. The first sack of grain for a farmer in Honduras. A set of schoolbooks that will keep a child in school. Definitely value for money we think. SHARE to show your friends why you support Oxfam https://www.oxfamireland.org/shops
Today is Global Handwashing Day. Thanks to your support, we're working to prevent the spread of diseases by providing soap, water points and hygiene promotion to vulnerable communities. http://www.oxfamireland.org/
View from our office today - we love the Oxfam green crane! This is the construction site of the new bridge that will connect the Red & Green Luas lines at Burgh Quay in Dublin. http://www.oxfamireland.org
We want to extend our heartfelt thanks for your support over the past year. Every day, your generosity is having a positive impact. We've made this short video to celebrate the lives you've saved, the hearts you've touched and the futures you've changed.
Clutter in your home isn't enhancing your life. But in our shops we can transform lives with it. Please donate your unwanted item to Oxfam this National Declutter Day. https://www.oxfamireland.org/shops
We couldn't do it without you... http://www.oxfamireland.org/accountable
You’d be surprised what people believe but be assured that 81% of every €1 you give us is spent on long-term and life-saving work around the world. 12% is invested to help us raise future income. And 7% is spent on support and goevrnance ensuring we are able to run efficiently and help more people to build a future free from poverty. And during an emergency appeal 100% of your donation goes to that specific response. SHARE to show why you support Oxfam.
Back in February we pledged to locally donate a full week's income from our shops in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Tralee, Waterford and Wexford to those affected by the severe flooding in Ireland through SVP - ST. Vincent de Paul Ireland.. The total income came to €10,753.03 so a massive thanks to everyone who purchased and donated items in our shops that week. ➨ Find your nearest Oxfam shop here: https://www.oxfamireland.org/shops