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Now, more than ever, your support matters. Help refugees seeking safety and families struggling to overcome poverty. Give today.

Help families struggling to overcome poverty.

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People like you change lives

Nearly one out of every three people on our planet lives in poverty. But caring individuals like you and Oxfam see a future in which no one does. Your generosity allows us to reach tens of millions of people a year with life-changing assistance. Oxfam has been a trusted partner to families around the world for more than 70 years—saving lives during emergencies, supporting rural farmers, empowering women, and advocating for peoples’ rights. But we can’t do it alone. Please make a tax-deductible donation today.

Change lives: Now, more than ever, your support matters.

Change lives: More than ever, your support matters.

Celebrity ambassadors

For many years, celebrities have made important contributions to Oxfam's fight against poverty by raising the profile of our work around the world. Today, our celebrity ambassadors program formalizes relationships with some of Oxfam's best-known and most dedicated celebrity supporters.

Celebrities in action

  1. Aziz Ansari

    Actor and comedian Aziz Ansari has been a dedicated supporter of Oxfam's crucial crisis and relief work. In 2012, Aziz voiced an Oxfam Gifts animated video featuring a goat based on his likeness, encouraging supporters to purchase symbolic holiday gifts to support Oxfam’s programs around the world.

    Meet Aziz Ansari
  2. Anquan Boldin

    Super Bowl champion Anquan Boldin, one of the NFL’s most dedicated humanitarians, traveled with Oxfam to Ethiopia in March 2012. Having spent years inspiring others and changing the lives of people at home, Anquan is committing himself to helping his friends around the world.

    Meet Anquan Boldin
  3. Joy Bryant

    Actress and designer Joy Bryant is one of Oxfam's Sisters on the Planet (SOP) Ambassadors. SOP is a movement of powerful women and men who are teaming with Oxfam to help women around the world fight hunger, poverty, and climate change. Bryant recently lobbied for smarter disaster policy in Washington DC with Oxfam’s Sisters during International Women’s Day. Joy has also traveled to Cambodia where she met with women farmers who are on the front lines of climate change.

    Meet Joy Bryant
  4. Minnie Driver

    Oscar-nominated actress Minnie Driver has been a devoted supporter of Oxfam for more than 15 years. In 2004, she traveled to Cambodia and Thailand for Oxfam's Make Trade Fair campaign to draw attention to the impact of global companies’ purchasing practices on factory conditions in developing nations.

    Meet Minnie Driver
  5. Larry Fitzgerald

    Star NFL wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald started working with Oxfam in response to a drought in Ethiopia. He is using his unique platform to encourage others to give back and support others around the world.

    Meet Larry Fitzgerald
  6. Djimon Hounsou

    Oscar-nominated actor Djimon Hounsou is a powerful voice against poverty and injustice and has supported Oxfam's work for more than five years. Hounsou has advocated for poor farmers who have been affected by unfair international trade rules and has campaigned against trade-distorting US farm subsidies.

    Meet Djimon Hounsou
  7. Rooney Mara

    The Academy Award nominated actress is a long term humanitarian who created her own foundation in 2008 to help fight the cycle of poverty children face in the slums of Kibera. She joined Oxfam in 2012 on a trip to South Sudan to meet refugees and has been back again in 2013 to bring attention and stop the flow of illegal weapons into vulnerable countries.

    Meet Rooney Mara
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