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Oxfam Clubs

Whether you’re in high school, college, or graduate school, starting an Oxfam Club can be a fun way to meet like-minded students while making a difference in the fight against hunger and poverty.

"Starting an Oxfam Club enabled me to live out my values and my passions and to share that with my peers."—Kelly Muenchen, Miami University of Ohio, 2011 CHANGE Leader

Approximately 100 Oxfam Clubs are active at US high schools and universities, with new clubs forming every year. These independent organizations support Oxfam’s work through community actions and events; in turn, Oxfam supplies them with materials, research, training, and ideas.

Start an Oxfam Club at your school

Join an existing Oxfam Club

Email us at clubs@oxfamamerica.org to find out if there's an active Oxfam Club at your school or university.

Need help?

Have questions? We’re here to help. Email us at clubs@oxfamamerica.org or call (800) 77-OXFAM x9415.

Tools & downloads

  1. Tools for activists

    How to make a difference on campus

    Students, are you ready to take action? Find tips for starting and running an Oxfam Club at your high school or university, ideas for campus events, and much more.

  2. Tools for activists

    Resources for your Oxfam club

    Access free resources for Oxfam Club members, including a (1) sample club constitution, (2) member contact list template, (3) Oxfam logo guidelines, and (4) spotlight clubs from Virginia Tech and Ball State University.

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