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Oxfam - Flash Sale - 30% off coats - bargains

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Oxfam - great charity helping the words poorest and those most in need. Please consider voting and thanks for looking. I appreciate that this is a discount / deal site rather than one that conc…
PG9999 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago5 Comments
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For those that want to see evidence of advancement I definitely recomend the Bill Gates blog.

This article on Malaria is excellent

https://www.gatesnotes.com/Health/Mapping-the-End-of-Malaria
winchman
Their latest ad says people have to walk miles in Ethiopia to get water. What have they spent the money on in the past 30 years?
Only a small percent of Oxfam money goes to charity this is one charity I avoid at all cost more money kept for the bosses and consultants. Also overpriced an example a 7 yr old football top £20
winchman
Their latest ad says people have to walk miles in Ethiopia to get water. What have they spent the money on in the past 30 years?

Oxfam bosses earns millions on salary each year
Their latest ad says people have to walk miles in Ethiopia to get water. What have they spent the money on in the past 30 years?
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped/gardeners/pile-of-poo-ou1007ml

For those stuck for a present .... a pile of poo ???
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Free will writing. Just make a donation if you want - Provided by Oxfam - £Nothing

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Free will writing. On the phone, home visit or at a solicitors. Already booked my home visit & will donate a sum but you do not have to. Its free. As an Oxfam supporter we want to offer you the…
YouDontWantToKnow Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago106 Comments
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YouDontWantToKnow
You are on ignore you nasty piece of work

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BrRlPLiCQAEZBxr.jpg
Chiptivo
YouDontWantToKnow
Chiptivo
YouDontWantToKnow

The will is FREE.
Nothing is free in life, if you are not pressured to leave a donation to them, you are costing the charity money with you taking up their time.
Relax, if you're not careful, you will be set for an early grave.
Yeah right.
The only person who needs to chill out is you.
The WILL is free. Donate if you want. We donated £2000 which means another 7 wills can be done without it costing Oxfam a penny.
Jesus, this gets better.. So are you saying this "firm" charge Oxfam £250 a will.
People putting money in charity boxes are paying firms £250 for free wills?
P.S. You haven't donated £2000 to Oxfam, it is to be paid out of your estate by your executor if you have any remaining after paying your debts.
Just been reading some info.http://www.snouts-in-the-trough.com/archives/6022
£48,000 for expenses for one boss in one year...
Abandon Thread! I'm out!

You are on ignore you nasty piece of work
YouDontWantToKnow
Chiptivo
YouDontWantToKnow

The will is FREE.
Nothing is free in life, if you are not pressured to leave a donation to them, you are costing the charity money with you taking up their time.
Relax, if you're not careful, you will be set for an early grave.
Yeah right.
The only person who needs to chill out is you.
The WILL is free. Donate if you want. We donated £2000 which means another 7 wills can be done without it costing Oxfam a penny.

Jesus, this gets better.. So are you saying this "firm" charge Oxfam £250 a will.
People putting money in charity boxes are paying firms £250 for free wills?

P.S. You haven't donated £2000 to Oxfam, it is to be paid out of your estate by your executor if you have any remaining after paying your debts.



Just been reading some info.
http://www.snouts-in-the-trough.com/archives/6022
£48,000 for expenses for one boss in one year...

Abandon Thread! I'm out!

Edited By: Chiptivo on Nov 11, 2016 17:59
Chiptivo
YouDontWantToKnow

The will is FREE.
Nothing is free in life, if you are not pressured to leave a donation to them, you are costing the charity money with you taking up their time.
Relax, if you're not careful, you will be set for an early grave.

Yeah right.

The only person who needs to chill out is you.

The WILL is free. Donate if you want. We donated £2000 which means another 7 wills can be done without it costing Oxfam a penny.
YouDontWantToKnow

The will is FREE.


Nothing is free in life, if you are not pressured to leave a donation to them, you are costing the charity money with you taking up their time.

Relax, if you're not careful, you will be set for an early grave.
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Various M&S items donated by M&S so brand new. Bags, purses, socks etc at Oxfam

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***Once its gone, its gone so sorry if you see this to late***. I suggest having a dig as they have brand new Handbags, purses, socks, mens and kids as well. Real bargain. They have a few of some item…
TanyaMc Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago2 Comments
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Interesting, thanks OP
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Oxfam buy a pile of poo £9.00 (a serious post)

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Tried, tested and 100% natural… this isn’t Frankly I have received such a present under many different disguises from soap, a hat I will never wear, t shirts that don't fit, etc so I think this is t…
PG9999 Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago58 Comments
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pobello
charity always starts from home.


You would think wouldn't you. Given the number of higher end earners and middle class earners "at home", it begs the question, if charity begins at home why then are there any people living in poverty at all in the UK?
everyone deserve to give their views please don't get offended.
charity always starts from home.
notahappybunny15
Cold, we should look after our own first. I would have no issue with giving to other countries if there wasn't poverty in this country.
​Our own? Human beings u mean?


No, British
bk201
notahappybunny15
catalonia
20 kids a family knowing the conditions,poverty etc they will never learn,we should help our own ie homeless,british charities etc sounds harsh but so true
Which British charities do you donate to? PS Ukip doesn't qualify.


catalonia
20 kids a family knowing the conditions,poverty etc they will never learn,we should help our own ie homeless,british charities etc sounds harsh but so true
Which British charities do you donate to? PS Ukip doesn't qualify.


I said pretty much the same thing, I don't vote UKIP (Although I will be voting to leave the bloody EU). I am in no way racist and regularly donate to British charities.


People are people. I'm sorry I don't share your views that poverty stricken British people deserve my money more than other human beings.

I'll admit that poverty exists in the UK, but those are select cases. But on the flip side of the coin there are whole villages in parts of the world with no clean water, shelter or food.


​Even the disabled and terminally ill in the uk enjoy a better life than those suffering without water in those villages, facts.
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Half Price Sale Oxfam Unwrapped Charity Gifts

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Buy some chickens for your boss/friend/neighbour/person you don't really like but have to buy something for......only £5 Other gifts available. How to order 1. You buy a half price gift. 2.
welshie1984 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Thanks bought the sister in law a toilet!
Nice, thanks. Great for a friend with a 60th birthday Christmas Eve who said no presents so this is perfect.
May be you guys got it wrong! This is not abt buying gift for yourself, you are buying a gift , which is delivered to someone in need by oxfam .
is this instore also
I'm tempted by the 'pile of poo' as a stocking filler :)
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Free Sloe Gin truffles with any Oxfam unwrapped charity gift from £5.00

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One free pack of (3) sloe gin truffles per transaction. Prices start from £5 for live saving soap or a share in a farm yard. How to order 1. Add any Oxfam Unwrapped product to your order. 2. P…
myusernamehasgone234 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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I think this freebie isn't on anymore.. I can only see the free chocolate spoon option
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Free chocolate coins with any oxfam unwrapped charity gift £5.00 at Oxfam

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Currently Oxfam are offering free chocolate coins with any Oxfam unwrapped charity gift. Prices start from £5 for live saving soap or a share in a farm yard. How to order 1. Add any Oxfam Unwrappe…
myusernamehasgone234 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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OXFAM 50% OFF SUMMER SALE £9.99

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Just a heads up that the Oxfam summer sale is on line . The link is to a signed copy of the Wurzels , Give me England but there are lots of other good deals to be had . Including clothing , books and…
jmcderm1 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago1 Comment
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May be worth you reposting this as the sale is now up to 70% off - what you recon?
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/sale
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Your donation doubled and free chocolates from Oxfam unwrapped this Mother's day £7.00

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We've got an irrisistable offer for you this Mother's Day. When you buy an Oxfam Unwrapped gift you can claim a free box of Fairtrade Divine milk chocolate hearts to go with it. So not only are you bu…
MRS_AWESOME Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago12 Comments
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y_am_I_buying_this
unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk
Foreign aid? Hope you never loose your job, your pride (only due to recent media. "benefits" ooooh the new associated negative connotations) would put you on the streets. £4.9bn spent on job seekers each year and £20bn lost in tax avoidance, but yeah lets blame the poor...again.
thebox
y_am_I_buying_this
unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk

Aka the House of Commons ;)


You'd think he'd be aware of where his tax actually goes wouldn't you?
y_am_I_buying_this
unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk

Aka the House of Commons ;)
y_am_I_buying_this
unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk

I feel like having a pastie now and reading The Sun, thanks ruined my day that has.
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unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk
oh boo hoo you pay tax. As do the vast majority of other people in the country. What that has to do with buying something from Oxfam I don't know. If it's such a wonderful life on the dole quit your job and sign on, otherwise stop whining.
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Free Delivery on Donated Items @ Oxfam Online

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Free delivery on donated items (usually £3.95). Variety of items available - clothing, household items, books etc. - both new and used. Valid until 2pm on Monday 2 March.
MBO Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago1 Comment
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rip off prices
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Oxfam G-Star Raw - Khaki - Peaked cap bnwt £16.94 delivered @ Oxfam

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From Oxfam Brand new ribbed cotton knit peaked cap from G-Star Raw Originals. rrp £27.99, 3 in stock, 2 Khaki and 1 red + help the charity at christmas. Lots of other items 50% off
amwhdarkprince Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago4 Comments
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Cold from me - not sure about everyone else who votes cold, but I object to 'charities' selling new goods in their shops ( With their staff who work for nothing and stock comes free ) and helping to close down traditional family shops.
In addition, if it were a true charity, the store manager(ess), area managers etc etc would work for nothing - every pound you spend helps to pay their salaries, company cars, rent, rates , electricity for shops etc.
These so called charities are a big business, and should be treated as such i.e. staff should be paid, no tax breaks and so on.
try searching for bnwt for new items
Check back later
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50% off Oxfam Unwrapped Gifts £5.00

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Gifts can be sent by email or post. Goat - Was £25 now £12.50 Long-Life Learning - Was £10 now £5 Chickens - Was £10 now £5 Teach a Teacher - Was £27 now £13.50 Give Girls a Head Start - Was £1…
devette Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago13 Comments
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good find op, heat added :)
Deadline for ordering gifts to be sent by post in time for Christmas is midnight on Wednesday.

(Email gifts can be sent instantly or on a date you choose.)
Thread tidied. Please keep it on topic and free of private bickering.
The heat on this deal suggests that the majority of the HUKD community appreciate it despite one members crusade to turn this into a personal and silly argument
biggysilly

Not quite the same:

Giving this gift
When you buy an Oxfam Unwrapped gift you can be confident that the real gift will be sent to where it's needed most.

We will send you (or your friend or family member if you prefer) a gift card that tells them what they've been bought and how it will help to improve someone's life. You can add little extras during checkout, which are posted at the same time.

You'll be given the opportunity to customise your gift card or E-card during checkout and specify your delivery details.
biggysilly
This is a deal site not a charity fundraising spam site, tell me how exactly this is a great deal for me a HUKD member. Maybe I am missing the point but I just see a personalized card with a goat on it for £12.50 instead of £25.00. If you think I am wrong then lets discuss it. Shouting made up words in a forum is considered trolling I believe. :{

The deal is that you are able to give a charitable gift for half the cost to yourself (or double your donation for no extra cost). Hope this helps.
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OXFAM.Summer sale: Now up to 70% off £11.99

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Our sizzling summer sale is now even better! We've got up to 70% off thousands of donated items across our online shop. Shop for great finds on women's and men's clothing, as well as our huge range of…
jmcderm1 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago7 Comments
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See isn't that better, take a few deep breaths then type.
jmcderm1
WOW!!!.....OMG! Prices start at 89p Mike , over reaction much.

I hadn't voted either way, I was pointing out that they were pricing certain games higher than eBay, I have voted now though, enjoy.
marty
Boz
Heat ... You're displaying the cover of my fave late night CD !!!!! :p

I think It's a vinyl record not a CD :p

I'd love Julie London In Any Format She was Beautiful !!!! :p

http://www.julielondon.org/J/Photo_Galleries_files/Beautiful%20Julie%20London%20Color%20Portrait.jpg

Edited By: Boz on Jul 24, 2014 16:43: .
Boz
Heat ... You're displaying the cover of my fave late night CD !!!!! :p

I think It's a vinyl record not a CD :p
WOW!!!.....OMG! Prices start at 89p Mike , over reaction much.
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Bank Holiday treat: FREE DELIVERY for this weekend only @ Oxfam Online Shop

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Bank Holiday treat: FREE DELIVERY for this weekend only! **Potential 15% cb with Quidco (EXCLUSIVE RATE EXPIRES IN 4 DAYS) or 10.5% with TCB** Free delivery: Terms and conditions 1. Free UK d…
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PhilK
The news that a dozen "executives" at Save The Children get six figure salaries (one woman gets nearly £250,000 a year for almost literally doing nothing) while people at the shops give their time for no pay sickened me to the point I will never pay a penny ever again to organized "charities" apart from NSPCC and PDSA

Why exclude the NSPCC? As far as I know they pay their social workers better than those in Social Services, yet don't have to deal with the whole social work range, and can pass anything they can't cope with over to the statutory social services, who then have to deal with it.
And they pay repulsive "wimmin" quarter of a million pounds to - quite literally- take food out of starving kids mouths do they ?
Well then we better give even more to the charity then to make sure that some gets to the poor.
A relative of mine works in a charity shop (Cancer Research). She recently retired and wanted to dedicate some of her time to a good cause - nevertheless she doesn't receive a penny.
PhilK
The news that a dozen "executives" at Save The Children get six figure salaries (one woman gets nearly £250,000 a year for almost literally doing nothing) while people at the shops give their time for no pay sickened me to the point I will never pay a penny ever again to organized "charities" apart from NSPCC and PDSA

Why exclude the NSPCC? As far as I know they pay their social workers better than those in Social Services, yet don't have to deal with the whole social work range, and can pass anything they can't cope with over to the statutory social services, who then have to deal with it.
swooper7
PhilK
The news that a dozen "executives" at Save The Children get six figure salaries (one woman gets nearly £250,000 a year for almost literally doing nothing) while people at the shops give their time for no pay sickened me to the point I will never pay a penny ever again to organized "charities" apart from NSPCC and PDSA

people dont work in charity shops for free these days surely? theres sometimes jobs in grocer for regional managers / directors for 100k mark

Exactly some if their store managers are on higher salaries than most other major stores and they don't pay business rates which means they can pay higher rents and this forces up rents for other retailers and therefore the smaller retailers end up out of business something wrong with all that.
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OXFAM online 70% off sale

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More of a heads up on the sale in general , although the book does look good . Loads of cd's games dvd's at reduced prices for a good cause. Where your money goes For every £1 you give to Oxfam
jmcderm1 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago2 Comments
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Please unexpire as sale is still live. The book although now sold was just an example of sale items.
OOS
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Free Pair Of Fair Trade Earrings Or Chocolate With Every Orders @ Oxfam Unwrapped

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This is such a lovely Mother’s Day deal especially as you can choose from over 30 different charity gifts with prices starting as low as £5 and you get a free pair of fair trade earrings or a free box…
Huggett93 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago3 Comments
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I will NEVER drop anything off or buy from Oxfam.......... They turned their back on FLOOD victims here in the uk, Oxfam is British based, but send to the 3rd world only.
awears19
only donate to British charitys

Oxfam is a British Charity, based in Oxford.

Oxfam was originally founded in Oxford, in 1942 as the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief by a group of Quakers, social activists, and Oxford academics; this is now Oxfam Great Britain, still based in Oxford, Oxfordshire.
only donate to British charitys
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World Book Day- 15% off fiction at Oxfam Book shop Online.

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To celebrate World Book Day, Oxfam have 15% off all fiction on their online book shop. Buy good quality 2nd hand books for a good cause. WBD2014 voucher code.
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100 nectar points free by registering with oxfams tag-a-bag scheme

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First time posting, but felt it worth a share. If you sign up to Oxfams tag-a-bag scheme and use your nectar card, you are awarded 100 points. Oxfam will then send you tags to attach to donations, an…
maggiebirch96 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago18 Comments
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jackbremer
I refuse to help Oxfam, they put chuggers on our streets.
What/who is chuggers?!

Chugger = charity mugger, those evil little people who stand on the street grabbing any passer by they can so they can display their sneaky, underhand sales techniques to try to get people's bank details for charity direct debit donations.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/2090680.stm
maggiebirch96
I've received mine now, I would suggest allowing 7days. Oxfam website states they update nectar with figures on a weekly basis, then nectar allocate points accordingly. I signed up the same day I posted the deal, and can confirm they are on my statement now. Hope this helps.

Thank you very much! :)
I've received mine now, I would suggest allowing 7days. Oxfam website states they update nectar with figures on a weekly basis, then nectar allocate points accordingly. I signed up the same day I posted the deal, and can confirm they are on my statement now. Hope this helps.
when do the 100 points get added? I just did it..
jackbremer
I refuse to help Oxfam, they put chuggers on our streets.
What/who is chuggers?!
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Free Solid Chocolate Goat with every Oxfam Unwrapped order until stocks last, 900 goats

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You could buy anything from "share a farmyard" to "build a bog" for someone for Christmas and get a free Solid Chocolate Goat. Add at Checkout Organic, Fairtrade and delicious, this chocolate goat
emptyed Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago3 Comments
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Seems some greedy person has gobled up all the little goats. Still got some gifts as very good offers on and a lovely idea .At least someone will be pleased with my gift choices this year.
tbird69
Don't normally eat goat, but may make an exception here!

As long as you leave some for someone else......;)
Don't normally eat goat, but may make an exception here!
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Oxfam Unwrapped gift sale- 50% off Goats and more in our first ever Oxfam Unwrapped gift sale

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Just had this email from Oxfam Unwrapped 50% off Goats and more in our first ever Oxfam Unwrapped gift sale Introducing our first ever half price sale on Oxfam Unwrapped gifts! For the first ti…
emptyed Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago27 Comments
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Last Chance to get 50% OFF :p
I had one of these as a gift from my now husband a few Xmases ago and thought it was a great way to help people in third world countries! Heat given
lol:p;)<3
I wonder if the do boxing day sales too....BOGOF on goats ha ha X)
What a great idea - thanks for sharing OP :)