Read the latest Oxfam press released on coronavirus
Photo: Aurelie Marrier D'Unienville/Oxfam
The coronavirus pandemic knows no borders. But neither does our common humanity.
Oxfam is supporting people at home and worldwide, as they stand up for each other, protect each other, and demand fair treatment for us all.
You can help people facing the coronavirus all over the world, from your own home.
Now is a great time to learn how to upcycle your clothes - make your own cotton face mask without the need to sew, get knitting, reading or gardening!
From asking richer countries to #CancelTheDebt for poorer countries so we can all unite to respond to the coronavirus together, to supporting calls for a global ceasefire to making sure the international response to the coronavirus protects carers, the vast majority of whom are women – there are loads of ways you can campaign from home.
We’re joining calls for richer countries to cancel the debt of poorer countries so that we can all focus on responding to the coronavirus.
Got a bit more time? Sign up for our free online Make Change Happen course with the Open University.
Whether you’re making your own homemade rainbow soap to raise funds for Oxfam or have already shaved all your hair off like our staff member Bekki, there’s loads of things you can do from home to raise money for Oxfam.
With all the Oxfam shops closed to protect the health and safety of our staff, volunteers and shoppers – you can still help the most vulnerable people around the world buy buying an Unwrapped charity gift.