Oxfam has always been about campaigning for change, because we tackle the root causes of poverty to really change things for the world’s poorest people.
Often, we have to live with the fact that change can take a long time! But then, once in a generation, once in a lifetime, circumstances come together to create a moment where all our campaigning can have a really big impact. That moment is now.
We don’t just use digital technology to talk about what we’re doing – it’s part of how we’re doing things in our projects around the world.
From providing cash transfers in emergencies like the Haiti earthquake to the innovative Pink Phones Project in Cambodia which gives women farmers the latest farming information using mobile phones, technology enhances our work and empowers people living in poverty to build a brighter future.
Our Oxfam Home stores are a treasure trove of vintage furniture. Most pieces fly out the door, but others stay a little longer as they wait for a customer who can see past first appearances. With a little imagination and a bit of elbow grease, you can transform furniture that has seen better days into a one-of-a-kind piece by upcycling.
Oxfam Ireland is a registered charity in Ireland and Northern Ireland, with headquarters based in Dublin and Belfast:
9 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland | 115 North Street, Belfast BT1 1ND, UK
ROI Company Number 284292 / NI Company Number 33800
Oxfam Ireland is a member of the international confederation Oxfam.