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More Australians buying fair trade Christmas presents: Oxfam

From December 1-12, Oxfam sold 18,500 more fair trade products (up 17.4%) and served 8.6% more customers through its 23 shops around Australia compared to the same period last year.

This pattern is echoed through the rest of the year, with Australians buying 8.8% more fair trade products through Oxfam’s Shops overall in 2010 so far, compared to the same point in 2009.

How giving is your Christmas gift?

Australians can make a real difference to the lives of people in poor communities around the world simply through the Christmas gifts they purchase this year, according to Oxfam Australia.

The international aid agency today called on Australians to consider gifts that give back, such as fair trade items and donation cards that support producers and programs in developing countries.

Buy a Christmas tree and help Oxfam to help others

Melburnians who buy their Christmas tree from Oxfam this year can celebrate the festive season whilst also helping less fortunate communities around the world. For almost 30 years, a team of dedicated volunteers have organised the sale of the Christmas trees last year raising over $120,000 for the international aid agency’s work around the world. […]

Kylie Kwong to design her first ever kitchenware range

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Kylie Kwong will design her own range of fair trade kitchenware, to be sold through Oxfam’s shops around Australia. The new kitchenware range will be developed by Kylie in close collaboration with Oxfam, and crafted by one of Oxfam’s key producer partners in Vietnam, in time for Christmas next year. “When […]

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