Join Oxfam and our network of volunteers—along with musicians and bands like Coldplay, WILCO, Angelique Kidjo, and Arcade Fire—in a global movement to overcome poverty and injustice.
Oxfam is teaming up with volunteers and supporters in the music industry—including musicians, labels, managers, and media—in the fight against poverty and injustice. With the power of many voices speaking together, we can call on companies and legislators to change the laws and practices that keep people in poverty. We can respond when crises strike, and inspire action on some of the world's most urgent issues. But we can't do it alone. Here's how you can join in:
"We support Oxfam America because they save lives, help people overcome poverty, and fight for social justice," says Bloc Party singer Kele Okereke. "Oxfam helps our fans become activists by showing them how take action to change things for the better."
Some of the musicians and artists working with us include: Angelique Kidjo, Arcade Fire, Bell X1, Ben Sollee, Cat Power, Coheed & Cambria, Coldplay, Crowded House, Dave Douglas, DJ Shadow, Editors, Explosions in the Sky, The Foreign Exchange, Janelle Monae, LCD Soundsystem, M. Ward, Missy Higgins, Nicole Atkins, O.A.R., Ra Ra Riot, Radiohead, She & Him, Sigur Rós, State Radio, Street Dogs, Superhumanoids, Tegan & Sara, Thao Nguyen, The Breeders, Thievery Corporation, WILCO, and many more.