Savings Tips and Deals for Oxfam UK
- Shop in the sale section of Oxfam’s online shop for all of the latest discounted Sourced by Oxfam products.
- Stay informed about all of Oxfam's promotions and sales by following their social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
- Save money on a wide variety of books by shopping in the second-hand book section of the Oxfam website.
- Get a free £5 off voucher for M&S from Oxfam when you donate your unwanted clothing through the Shwopping program. Donations must contain at least one M&S brand item, and the voucher is valid on purchases of £35 or more at select M&S stores.
Does Oxfam UK Offer Free Shpping?
Free delivery is only available for select items, such as Oxfam Unwrapped products. A flat fee of £3.95 is charged for most Sourced by Oxfam orders. Some items, such as high value and heavier products, may incur a higher fee. International shipping is available, but free delivery is not available for international orders of Oxfam Unwrapped items.
What Is Oxfam UK's Return Policy?
Returns of Sourced By Oxfam products bought online can be made within 28 days of purchase. Oxfam Unwrapped gifts are considered charitable donations and, as per Charity Commission rules, cannot be returned. International orders can be returned within 31 days.
How to Contact Oxfam UK Customer Support
To contact Oxfam’s support team from the UK, ring: 0300 200 1252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details can be found on the contact page.
About Oxfam UK
Founded in 1942, Oxfam is a United Kingdom-based charity organization with a goal to end extreme poverty. They were one of the first organizations to facilitate famine relief in Germany after World War II and also among first responders to famines in Bihar, India, in 1951 and Ethiopia in 1984. Today, working with many international committees and groups, Oxfam provides vital resources and response teams to refugees, struggling communities, and people in disaster areas and post-war zones all over the world. Through campaigns, fundraisers, physical shops and online sales, in 2019, Oxfam aided 12.8 million people in need. Oxfam sells second-hand and new goods like clothing, home decor, books and Christmas cards in their physical shops. Oxfam's website provides ethically sourced new products like jewellery, gifts, coffee, chocolate and stationery as well as a range of "poverty-busting" charity gifts toward education, farming, gender equality and other global causes.