Upper Moutere has once again been revealed as the country’s most generous town in Oxfam Unwrapped's Generosity List.
Local singer, songwriter and actor Bryce Langston has today released his new single ‘Not Christmas Yet’. And in the spirit of Christmas, 100% of iTunes sales in December 2012 will be donated to Oxfam Unwrapped.
With only four weeks ‘til Christmas, let Oxfam Unwrapped replace your gift-giving dilemmas with life-changing gifts great for family and friends, while you spend more time enjoying the great Kiwi summer.
Oxfam has revealed New Zealand’s most generous towns in its first-ever Oxfam Unwrapped Generosity List. By looking at the numbers and locations of gifts given through the Oxfam Unwrapped appeal, the organisation has named the South Island town of Upper Moutere as the country’s most generous.
This Christmas, gift giving has never looked so good. Oxfam Unwrapped has created another fantastic range of gifts this festive season, which let you give something truly unique to your friends and family and most importantly something special to those people around the world who need it most.
International development agency Oxfam is bracing for a shortfall that could exceed $500,000 as a result of the global financial crisis and the fall in the New Zealand dollar. Oxfam recognises that these are difficult times for many New Zealanders, but is calling for generosity to be extended to those less fortunate than ourselves.
Chickens are flying high, once again leading the pack of Oxfam Unwrapped "funusual" gift ideas. Oxfam's catalogue of alternative gift ideas has given thousands of New Zealanders a feel-good way to get through the holidays: family and friends get a card while the actual gift goes to people in the developing world who need it most. From condoms to bikes to trees, there are dozens of other choices that will make a big difference.
It has been an eventful week for Oxfam's funusual gifts, things are definitely heating up in the race to be number one.