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Here are just a few examples of what some of you have done to raise money to support Oxfam's work.
Whether you raise $20 or $2000, it all makes a difference in the fight against poverty. Thank you.
When flooding struck Uttarakhand in India in 2013, Varun Mehandiratta strongly felt the need to help fellow Indians in their hour of need. In response, he organised Saarang, an Indian Cultural Extravaganza in Wellington that raised $3000 towards Oxfam's Indian Floods Appeal.
Rebecca Cox is raised funds to build a Rural Training Center in Vanuatu by walking the length of New Zealand. Check out her fundraising page.
Covers band Don't Call Me Shirley played a gig at local bar Nectar Bar in Auckland. They raised over $800 in donations for Oxfam's Gaza Appeal.
Kerri, Anna, Kim and Marie made up the Oxfam Trailwalker team The Walkie Talkie's, who raised over $3000 and joined over 260 teams to complete the epic 100km course around Taupo. Fundraising included raffles, selling biscuits, a birthday campaign (asking for donations in place of presents) and even selling trees. Oxfam Trailwalker is held the weekend before Easter each year. For more information visit www.oxfamtrailwalker.org.nz.
Oxfam's Morning Tea
Annie Murray from Ohope raised $135 at her Oxfam's Morning Tea by baking delicious muffins and loaves.
Pearl Hindley and Jess Bailey took part in a busk-a-thon organised by the Young Innovators Collective to support victims of the Philippines Typhoon in 2013. In total 9 young musicians played along Auckland's busiest street and raised $422 in just a couple of hours.