Media Coverage

2016

  • Give Back With These Awesome Gifts, Refinery29
  • #GivingTuesday: 44 Gifts for the Most Stylish Do-Gooder on Your List, Vogue

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2010

  • Last-minute gifts for 2010, Chicago Tribune
  • A guide to holiday giving, Indiana Daily Student
  • Holiday gifts that cost little but matter a lot, The Nonprofit Quarterly
  • The gift of giving, Fast Company
  • Deworming tablets and other perfect holiday gifts, National Public Radio
  • Oxfam offers this season’s “IT” gift, Advertising Age
  • Scarlett Johansson, Minnie Driver Spoof Fashion In Oxfam Video, Huffington Post
  • Charitable Gifts from the Heart…The Green Stylist
  • Christmas Oxfam spoof airs with Scarlett Johansson, Film Industry Network
  • 2010 Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway: Alpaca from the Oxfam Collection, Gearlive
  • This is one of my favorites. You should have seen the look on some of my family’s faces when they unwrapped their Oxfam unwrapped gifts. They are all so unique. It’s one of the only times you can give someone crabs and have it be a good thing! — Michelle Branch Message Board
  • Sheep Top Holiday Gift Giving 2010. SO Haute It’s Cool! (Enter the Giveaway!) — Deb on the Rocks
  • Goat Thing of the Day: The Oxfam Collection – Bringing the “It” back to It Gifts — Nanny Goats in Panties
  • My Son, Oprah’s Favorite Things, Black Friday and I’m About To Vomit — Motherhood in NYC
  • Oxfam unwraps its collection of donation gifts for the Holiday Season — Treehugger
  • Best online stores for the Holidays — Earth911.com
  • Working with communities, GMG Partner Oxfam America listens to what people tell them will help them change their lives. — Green Music Group

2009

  • Oxfam America offers charitable holiday gifts that do good – and they don’t come wrapped in soon-to-be trashed paper. Though they are considered one of the world’s leading humanitarian organizations, Oxfam America is the only organization that refuses US government funds. They rely on people like you to invest in their community-based work. — The Baltimore Sun
  • For the family member who already has everything, browse the Oxfam America Unwrapped online shopping catalog, then choose gifts for people in need from around the world. — The Nation
  • Oxfam America has received $25,000 more so far this year than it had by the same period in 2008. It overhauled its online catalog, shortening its Web address to oxfamgifts.org and adding a “gifts in action” page that includes video interviews with beneficiaries. — The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • To promote giving during the holiday season, Oxfam America has produced a slightly bawdy, but funny, video. With a nod to the censored word, Oxfam suggests viewers donate $12, which will provide manure to impoverished farmers overseas. — The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Oxfam has an unparalleled reputation for getting money to the right places. — Time Out Chicago
  • Oxfam America will now include more affordable gifts under $25, including $12 manure, $12 soap and $18 honey bees. — The New York Times
  • This year, Oxfam America has expanded its four-year-old Unwrapped program to include more affordable gifts under $25. — The New York Times Bucks Blog
  • Oxfam America Unwrapped: Meaningful Holiday Gift Ideas, Mother Earth News

2008

  • Click, click, done. Simplify making a difference around the world. Oxfam’s gift site, OxfamAmericaUnwrapped.com, offers more than 57 charitable donations, including a pair of sheep ($90) that allow women to generate their own income by making textiles, a small business fund to help get entrepreneurs started ($100), and a veterinarian’s field kit ($35). Products are organized by price, with 28 options under $50, and recipients receive a card explaining what the donation will provide. — Oprah.com
  • Uncle Joe may not need a bicycle, but an impoverished person in Southeast Asia does. When you give a camel via Oxfam America, for instance, it’s largely symbolic: You’re giving to the charity, which disburses the funds where they are most needed. It’s also symbolic against American materialism. — USA TODAY
  • Oxfam America Unwrapped also offers an emergency toilet ($50). Imagine the joy on the faces of your loved ones when they open cards saying they’ve given someone an emergency toilet. — TIME.com

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