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You continue to amaze us

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From walking, reusing and recycling to planet-circling cycling... the things people do to change the world continues to amaze us. 
There’s lots for us to say thank you for, and lots of ways you can be part of some life-changing work. Here are a few examples.  


Earlier in July, we asked you to support the most vulnerable communities around the world.

Thousands of you have already responded, helping refugees in places like Iraq, Bangladesh,
Myanmar and Syria. People who have fled war, disaster and violence, only to face the deadly threat of coronavirus as well.  

We've been overwhelmed by your support – it's helping save lives. But it's also increasingly clear that the spread of coronavirus is unpredictable and its impact on livelihoods is far-reaching. We must continue to support vulnerable families, so if you can help keep this vital working going, please do.





If life in lockdown has got you reflecting on the way our lifestyles affect other people and the planet,
there are some straightforward ways you can make a big difference.

If you're aspiring to ditch the disposables, check out the Sourced By Oxfam reusables range which includes bamboo lunchboxes, planet-friendly cups and bottles, and  reusable food wraps. There's even a book on 'How to Give Up Plastic'.





What's the longest journey you've made by bike? For Cat and Raz it was 18,263 milescircling the whole planet. Before lockdown began, Cat and Raz set out pedalling their tandem around the world.

263 days, 7 hours and 7 minutes later they had raised over £32,000 for Oxfam and the Motor Neurone Disease Association – and this week, they received a Guinness World 
Record too. Thank you and congratulations Cat and Raz!




If you've been inspired by Cat and Raz – but you don't have a bicycle made for two – Trailwalker Relay awaits you! Our usual 100km South Downs challenge was cancelled this year; however we are inviting supporters to walk 100k as a virtual team of 4 to 10 people.

You may not break any records, but you will earn yourself a medal – and raise vital funds for Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.



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Oxfam works with others to overcome poverty and suffering. Chief Executive Danny Sriskandarajah. Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 202918) and Scotland (SC039042) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England No 612172 at Oxfam House, John Smith Drive, Cowley, Oxford OX4 2JY. Oxfam GB is member of Oxfam International.

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