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There are a variety of other ways you can contribute to Oxfam America and help bring an end to poverty and social injustice today.
Join Oxfam supporters from around the world who believe that our actions can help end poverty and hunger. Visit our online resource for activists and find everything you'll need to make a difference in your community and beyond.
CHANGE Initiative: US college students entering their sophomore or junior year can take advantage of Oxfam America's leadership training and become skilled and knowledgeable agents of change.
Oxfam Clubs: If you're a student looking for a way to help, join or start one of these independent organizations that support Oxfam America through actions, campaigns, and events.
In key cities across the US, people are connecting with Oxfam America's global reach through the Oxfam Action Corps. Volunteers with the Oxfam Action Corps lead a coordinated charge to improve national legislation and deepen local community resources for fighting poverty and injustice.
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