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Oxfam/Nectar: Sign up to Oxfam 'Tag Your Bag' and get 100 Nectar points @ Oxfam
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Posted 20th Dec 2019Posted 20th Dec 2019
Oxfam/Nectar: Sign up to Oxfam 'Tag Your Bag' and get 100 Nectar points @ Oxfam
Sign up and get 100 Nectar points. Plus an extra 25% goes to Oxfam if you're a UK tax payer. All details on the link.
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p-e-t-e

Sign up to Tag Your Bag. To collect Nectar points, enter your card details and you'll collect 100 points. If you've already got a Tag Your Bag account, link your Nectar card to collect 100 points. You'll receive personalised tags in the post. Donate your items to an Oxfam shop making sure your tag is securely on your bag of goods. We track your items and when they sell you'll get 2 Nectar points for every £1 they raise. If they don't sell they'll be recycled or reused - so they'll still help Oxfam fight poverty. You can even donate your points back to Oxfam if you want. Visit nectar.com to spend your points on a range of Oxfam Unwrapped items from safe drinking water to life-changing farming supplies. The money your unwanted goods raise, along with the money we collect from Gift Aid will build water pumps, dig vegetable plots, send children to school and give families a better future.

fablanta

Are you really not going to explain what, "Tag Your Bag", means?

50% off charity gifts at Oxfam. A pile of poo now £6 @ Oxfam
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Posted 10th Dec 2019Posted 10th Dec 2019
50% off charity gifts at Oxfam. A pile of poo now £6 @ Oxfam
£6£1250%
Oxfam sale get 50% off charity gifts over £10. For example you can get this pile of poo (poo) card was £12 now £6 Thought this might be a bit of fun for someone This charit… Read more
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chance189

What infrastructure are they are expanding besides the prostitution/poverty industry? Staff volunteer and people fundraise for the directors to act like pigs, (Oxfam were created to fight this criticism of capitalism). We tell other countries that people are protected by law, yet the system fails the most vulnerable. The country is run by people with the mentality that we mustn't punish, so these abusers walk into the sunset with a payout. How is it you think they will be less transparent, when they were never honest about it to start with??

ROCHJA

If you have a way of eliminating crime you get my vote in the next election. You did, however, fail to recognise my support for an umbrella brand for various charities. Do you plan to play the outraged citizen all your life or are you also doing something constructive?

cb-uk

This is EXACTLY the problem. Oxfam should be eliminating sexual violence and exploitation, NOT allowing it to be carried out by its own staff (and then subsequently trying to cover things up to "protect the image of the brand") I wonder if you'd take the same position if the headteacher and senior personnel at your local school were found to be abusing their pupils? Probably not, and this isn't any different.

ROCHJA

This is the main point to take away. If one claims goods or services provided abroad have a certain value then discounting them like this undermines the argument. Far better to say DFID provide the shortfall. They do run donation matching schemes and I think what you are buying is half the gift for twice the feelgood factor. The expert who wrote the Guardian article quoted above - https://www.theguardian.com/voluntary-sector-network/2018/mar/16/government-donors-reward-honest-charities-oxfam - stated: Oxfam is widely recognised as having the best policies on sexual violence in the sector. But it now faces losing funding from DFID and the EU. The danger of this donor reaction to the Oxfam scandal is that other NGOs with less robust procedures will shy away from being open about abuse. Managers will judge the consequences of transparency too grave. So not a good idea to Oxfam bash then. I like this scheme a whole lot better though https://www.goodgifts.org/how-it-works You know exactly what you are gifting PS Heat added. You were right. It is a fun gift

cb-uk

But who exactly do you think runs Oxfam? It's a bunch of individuals working together with (supposedly!) the same objectives. In the past, people volunteered their time and undertook Charity work for free (the "Charity" bit of the name being a big clue). But not any more. Nowadays, most "Charities" are basically nothing more than enormous commercial business operations providing funding to a cause. You now have professional Charity Directors who move from one Charity to another, trousering large salaries in the process. It's been clearly demonstrated many people at the top of such "Charitable" organisations are guilty of some form of abuse (remember Brendan Cox's abuse at Save the Children?) Charitable status should give not give abusers immunity from anything. Until Charities get their own acts in order, they don't deserve to be treated differently to any other commercial organisation. If you really want to give to a good cause, you are probably better off finding a smaller local charity which is more open and honest about its endeavours.

Oxfam Moomins collection 20-50% off
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Posted 27th Oct 2019Posted 27th Oct 2019
Oxfam Moomins collection 20-50% off
Oxfam have their Moomins collection on offer, with books, bags and a travel cup at 20% off. It looks like it's online only and so you might need to buy a few bits to offset the £3.… Read more
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lostmyshoos

Sounds fantastic! I'd love to visit Finland but haven't made it yet

xenole

Loads of Moomins stuff in Helsinki (airport and city). They had 3 people dressed up as characters in a supermarket last weekend. Used to read the books and watch it on tv as a child, many years ago.

lostmyshoos

The 90s; catchy tunes, inflatable furniture, it was a decade of highs and lows XD

Marrilyn

60s for me

lostmyshoos

I'm a child of the 90s (embarrassed)

Divine chocolate 25% off - Oxfam shop - £1.64 instore only
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Posted 4th Oct 2019Posted 4th Oct 2019LocalLocal
Divine chocolate 25% off - Oxfam shop - £1.64 instore only
£1.64
Oxfam instore. Divine chocolate 25% till 22 Oct. Normal price (90gr) is £2.19. Good price for this chocolate (all flavors), plus it's charity so you help a high ranking directors w… Read more
AMPAnderson

Oh where do you get these in store or online?

Peter_R

The deal may be a good one but the comment is awful. I think you will find that the Directors of Oxfam are senior business people that take a pay cut to join the charity to "make a difference" and don't get paid bonuses. I applaud them for what they do. Why be sarcastic and nasty?

supersue

Heat for the wry but realistic comment lol! (y)

Pualle

Doing your bit for famine relief, by eating chocolate. It's a win win. Heat added.

100 free nectar points for oxfam pledge
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Posted 9th Aug 2019Posted 9th Aug 2019
100 free nectar points for oxfam pledge
FREE£0.01
100 free nectar points for pledging not to buy any new clothes in september just fill in your nectar details
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digweed

How about 50p then? (:I

deleted1827835

Some gullible souls will sign up no doubt

ses6jwg

10p so oxfam can spam you for the next 1000 years. Where do I sign up.

EAH1

How surreal, the moment I started reading this my mail came and one of the letters was an oxfam "tag your bag today" from a previous nectar points signup, so yes be prepared for spam.

EndemicAlarm

Oof. So if you try to decline permission to be contact by email... > Oops sorry, in order to sign up to Second Hand September we require your email address to keep you informed. If you'd like to take part in Second Hand September without receiving emails from us then we recommend you follow our social media channels for updates and tips. ... which is simply a shady way of circumventing the GDPR's requirement of not opting people into marketing by default.

Sale 70% off Oxfam Online
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Posted 22nd Jul 2019Posted 22nd Jul 2019
Sale 70% off Oxfam Online
Oxfam Online 70% off Sale. Grab yourself a bargain.
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finknottle

Already posted! Not sure what the rules are regarding the change in percentage, the original should probably be amended. Good spot though :) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-sale-on-1000s-of-items-at-oxfam-online-shop-3262714

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50% off sale on 1000's of items @ Oxfam Online Shop until 29th July 2019
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Posted 14th Jul 2019Posted 14th Jul 2019
50% off sale on 1000's of items @ Oxfam Online Shop until 29th July 2019
I have bought from them many times. They sell really great items. Just spotted this - 50% off on a huge range of products. Remember there is a £3.95 delivery charge, however it is… Read more
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finknottle

Have to say I’m disappointed, I expected a charity basher to come along within the first five minutes :D They must have all been out doing good works themselves, guided by their unerring sense of righteousness! And I’m not sure what kind of charity shops there are where you live or when you last went to them, but the ones near me are staffed pretty exclusively by volunteers, and usually keenly priced.

deleted2142397

Charity shops are awful prices these days. No wonder whem every store these days has a manager and paid staff! And of course oxfam. The corrupt charity of 2018

finknottle

Not quite sure if we're looking at the same site - there's masses there at seriously good prices. And since when has M&S been mentioned in the same breath as Primark? Thanks OP, although I sort of wish you hadn't posted as this will be absolutely fatal for me - one massive online charity shop. Already written off the rest of this afternoon (party)

ryan_reynolds

Don't know how they can charge these prices for clothes that aren't proper brands. Majority is just Primark M&S etc

Free delivery with Oxfam Online Shop
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Posted 27th May 2019Posted 27th May 2019
Free delivery with Oxfam Online Shop
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Now extended until the end of Weds 29th May! Free delivery with Oxfam Online Shop. There's lots of amazing stuff, clothing (incl designer), Shoes and handbags, homeware and books. … Read more
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caraid_alba

Plus over 10% off with TCB

20% off coffee - £3.19 at Oxfam (tbc if national)
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Posted 11th May 2019Posted 11th May 2019
20% off coffee - £3.19 at Oxfam (tbc if national)
£3.19£3.9920%
20% off coffee at Oxfam I got this deal at Jesmond Oxfam (St George's Terrace). I don't know if it applies to all stores nationally. Very reasonable price for good quality fair t… Read more
Micoclarke

Got it now.

thenineteenninety

Whooosh!!!! That was the sound of the joke going right over your head

Micoclarke

Beans and ground coffee. Also instant coffee if that's your thing.

CareNshare

Has beans ???????

Micoclarke

Yes, second hand beans.

FREE £5 M&S Voucher off £35 spend For Unwanted Clothes @ Oxfam
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Posted 12th Feb 2019Posted 12th Feb 2019
FREE £5 M&S Voucher off £35 spend For Unwanted Clothes @ Oxfam
Bring in your unwanted clothes and receive a £5 M&S voucher off a £35 spend on clothing, home and beauty products in M&S stores as long as your donation contains at least o… Read more
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Oxfam/Nectar: Sign up to Oxfam 'Tag Your Bag' and get 10 Nectar points per £1 of items donated and sold.
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Posted 21st Jan 2019Posted 21st Jan 2019
Oxfam/Nectar: Sign up to Oxfam 'Tag Your Bag' and get 10 Nectar points per £1 of items donated and sold.
Sign up and get 10 Nectar points per £1 of your sold items. Plus an extra 25% goes to Oxfam if you're a UK tax payer. All detais on the link.
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jakerushworth

The system rarely works. Staff don't follow the procedures at stores.

ramraideruk

Can anyone explain why this has gone negative? You're donating to charity and getting reward points for doing it.

Bigjohn69

Wow, that's a 10 present return!

the gift of poo for christmas. half price oxfam charity gifts with free delivery until tomorrow
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Posted 16th Dec 2018Posted 16th Dec 2018
the gift of poo for christmas. half price oxfam charity gifts with free delivery until tomorrow
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A great secret santa gift for your beloved boss. Blurb states: FREE UK DELIVERY UNTIL 17 DEC 50% off charity gifts Charity gifts > Grow Vegetables > Pile of poo PILE OF … Read more
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mrtea1967

I think you are wrong." Looking after our own " is not a vile phrase.I read that as charity begins at home.Our country is quickly falling way behind others.WE SHOULD be looking after are own affairs like houses for all healthcare and schools BEFORE we start looking further afield.And when you go on to say " infers many things " you are looking and trying to find something thats not there or is even intended to be.People seem to forget were a island and there's only so much sustaining we can do before we need help ourselves.Oh!! lack of houses/,lack of schools,NHS on its knees and health tourists.Looks like now to me.Lets not go off on a tangant BUT when we leave Europe all of those billions of pounds we seem to magically find each year can be spent HERE. AND THEN,AND ONLY THEN we will hopefully find our selves in a position to help others.Im not against people donating for charities abroad its up to them,Only question why not somewhere closer to home ? Your help wont make a difference.51 years after Biafran famine were still sending aid out to Africa.

mrtea1967

Totally agree.The end to mass brain washing.

daveandvera

I agree with them don’t you?

daveandvera

I doubt they pay for the office as charities seem to get places for free

Fairys_Burn_Things

I tend to choose the kid thing . If you can't afford them or look after them, don't have them . It doesn't matter if you live in Hounslow or Somalia. If you have to rely on anything or anyone else to raise your child , you shouldn't have one . People should need a licence to breed . Anyway all that is irrelevant because charitys like this are big BUSINESS . I agree with the guy who donates tins , I also do this . I will drop a bunch of dog food off at the dogs home . Donating money is just helping the next chief exec buy his latest flash motor .

Free chocolate goat with every oxfam unwrapped order
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Posted 19th Nov 2018Posted 19th Nov 2018
Free chocolate goat with every oxfam unwrapped order
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Archie here to let you know that when you order an Unwrapped gift, you can add a FREE milk chocolate goat to your basket too! Ts & Cs apply. And, with Oxfam Unwrapped gifts … Read more
myusernamehasgone234

Thanks for sharing The goatwould make a lovely stocking filler with £5 fantastic farm kithttps://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped/build-farms/fantastic-farm-kit-ou9026ml?intcmp=ou-home-product-fantastic-farm-kitor the super goathttps://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped/build-farms/super-goat-ou9010ml?intcmp=ou-home-product-super-goat

holsrus

this is really good , i bough a £10 pile of poo as a secret santa gift last year and got this goat free, i would of happily paid £10 for the chocolate , it was a good solid slab of chocolate and tasted really indulgent, easily as good as hotel chocolate and thorntons.

Free Will Writing Service from Oxfam, Cancer Research or Age U.K.
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Posted 29th Sep 2018Posted 29th Sep 2018
Free Will Writing Service from Oxfam, Cancer Research or Age U.K.
I have no idea if it’s new but I’ve not seen it before so thought I’d share. Please remember that a lot of people don’t get around to it, either due to cost or thinking they’ll get… Read more
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taffyjock1

I plan to write a will with every free will service then bury all my gold and jewels with me, let the solicitor's fight the mess out between themselves.

duncanb1973

on that premise its an equally cold hearted when an organisation offers something for free but expects something back through moral blackmail. Use it to your benefit not the executives making six figure salaries- I wonder how many of them are planing on leaving something to their employer?

Norseg

That's not what you should be worried about..

me_lee

Oxfam spend almost 25% of their £400m+ annual income on advertising / fundraising (horror) . Good to know where your money goes .

Waks_Trode

It's never a bad time to get things like this sorted. Thanks for posting!

Oxfam Lottery (Promo and free extra draw) £4.34 p/m
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Posted 18th Sep 2018Posted 18th Sep 2018
Oxfam Lottery (Promo and free extra draw) £4.34 p/m
I have done the Oxfam Lottery for a year and so far won £100. It costs about £5 per month and if you enrol before September 25th you get entered into a free £5,000 draw. Obviousl… Read more
smithss

Oxfam (poo)

The Invisible Child (Oxfam)
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The Invisible Child (Oxfam)
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Oxfam and Moomin Characters launch The Invisible Child campaign to empower women and girls. The world’s favourite fictional Finnish family, The Moomins, represented by Moomin Char… Read more
thomasbentley

The child became invisible when she heard Oxfam was coming to help.

Norseg

Oxfam deals should be banned from this website

PG9999

Oh please Oh please.....

mcek

' ... to empower women and girls' Yeah, like that helped with all the recent scandals.

Oxfam Online Sale - 50% off
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Oxfam Online Sale - 50% off
A great deal from Oxfam. They sell a lot of vintage / second hand items on their website. I have seen first hand some great exams of Oxfam saving lives. Thank You (y)
Winterborn

Buy half get the other half free

thomasleep

this is free how?

Oxfam Winter Sale now up to 70% off + Possible Quidco
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Oxfam Winter Sale now up to 70% off + Possible Quidco
Oxfam have increased their Winter Sale from 50% off to 70% off on most items. Currently Quidco is offering 13% on sales under £50 and 15% on sales over £50.So far I have made a c… Read more
deleted1006118

I understand what you're getting at, but it's kind of sweet too. People giving things for charity to help others, and then us leafing through the tap and buying bits and bobs. It can be a sellfish society so let's look to the positives.

David_Middleton

When I was at school a long time ago, when other kids was insulting you they would say " your mum shops in oxfam" lol. She did though :-S

unlabels

https://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/household/ceramic/7-fimbles-hd_100864328 Having a browse, this just made me laugh, maybe I'm just tired tho....

Neil_Gray

Dead link

50% Off Site Wide Winter Sale - 1000's of Unique Items @ Oxfam online shop (del £3.95 per order)
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Posted 21st Dec 2017Posted 21st Dec 2017
50% Off Site Wide Winter Sale - 1000's of Unique Items @ Oxfam online shop (del £3.95 per order)
Was checking out @sarahtweak's fab deal from a few days ago - Oxfam's unwrapped section with 50% Off when I noticed they now have a general 50% Off Sale across all sections of thei… Read more
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bitcoin5

It is also now getting amazingly hammered as well!!! (nerd) Some wild and wonderful bob n bits on there that just need buying at this time of year to help others.

Ricco

Lucky you!

etmh

Found a golden flamedeer here!!!

SupportSoiDog

I took a look. Their site is amazing :D

SupportSoiDog

I didn't know Oxfam had an online shop.

Oxfam unwrapped half price
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Posted 16th Dec 2017Posted 16th Dec 2017
Oxfam unwrapped half price
Oxfam have a half price offer on their "unwrapped" gifts. A nice stocking filler or gift for someone who has it all - and helps people worse off than you. Includes a share in a … Read more
KingCampo

I was wrong with my guess there. Oxfam have a private partner who wishes to remain anonymous who is matching the other half of the gifts. I had a response from Oxfam on Facebook about this as I was interested to know.

edinburgher

We ‘bought’ father in law some goats through this scheme a few years ago, he loved the idea and now regularly ‘buys’ various things as gifts for ‘those who have everything and don’t need more soap! As he puts it.. excellent idea with the matching of donations

pinkkitty2007

Ordered one as a gift, thanks

KingCampo

Probably because UK government have a scheme to double the value of some charity gifts, so they pay the other half effectively.

kdk

Nevermind, Oxfam already answers this question. Here it is: How does it work? There’s 50% off Goats and more in our half price gift sale. But don't worry, you won’t be giving half a goat. The money donated towards half price Oxfam unwrapped gifts will be used, whenever possible, to secure donations from a partner of Oxfam thanks to something called co-funding. This means that when you buy a half price gift a partner of Oxfam will donate the other half (or possibly even more). Some of our partners agree to donate towards our work on the condition that we’re able to co-fund a project. For example they might say “we’ll pay for 50% of the project, but Oxfam needs to pay for the other 50%”. This means that if we can't raise our share of the funding we lose the other 50% from the donors. And that's why your donations are so vital. The money we raise in the half price sale will go towards these co-funded projects, whenever possible, and help us to raise even more donations to support our life-changing work. Who is the donor? A range of donors offer co-funding. They include the UK governments Department for International Development, the European Union, as well as private trusts and charitable foundations, to name just a few. Can you give me an example? Money raised in last year’s gift sale helped to support one of our projects in Niger, helping to make sure that children can access the education they deserve. For every £1 contributed to the project by Oxfam (thanks to the donations given in the half price sale), our partner SIDA contributed another £9