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The community in action
Kim hosted a meal on her campus using our Eat For Good guide to shopping and eating sustainably. The dinner highlighted how students’ daily food choices can help fight hunger around the world.
Todd has been hosting Oxfam events for his students at the Applewild School for over 35 years. He and his school have even been known to host a Dining Hall fast and an Oxfam Hunger Banquet in the same week!
A longtime supporter, Jessica is leading Bay Area concert outreach, organizing local volunteers, and lobbying her elected officials to change laws on behalf of the world’s poorest. She’s even found ways to get her children involved.
Having learned about Oxfam’s work with women in Darfur as a teen, music artist and studio owner Kevin Bloom supports Oxfam by volunteering at concerts, fundraising online, and has even thrown his own Oxfam Jam benefit show.
Resources for taking action
Looking for some resources to help get you started? We've got you covered with these free toolkits and materials to help you educate your community and take action to end the injustice of poverty.
How to get started: A menu of ideas
Want to do something to fight poverty and hunger, but don't know where to start? Explore this list of time-tested action ideas for individuals and groups.
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How to fundraise for Oxfam: Frequently asked questions
Community-driven efforts like yours provide essential support for fighting poverty and responding to disasters worldwide. Check out these questions and answers to help you get started.