Oxfam at Glastonbury


Read our blog: Oxfam celebrates Glastonbury turning 50!

Oxfam and Glastonbury have been working together for over 30 years to make world-changing things happen. From the alleviation of global poverty, to supporting Oxfam’s work with refugees, and gender equality through to tackling the sales of arms and the climate emergency.

Photo: Jillian Edelstein

The Coronavirus pandemic has stopped us from celebrating Glastonbury’s 50TH Anniversary Weekend, but it is during these very uncertain times where we have been truly overwhelmed by your love and ongoing support. It is this that enables us to continue our vital work around the world.

Last year we asked you to join our Second-Hand September pledge to not buy any new clothes for a month. Now you can support us from home by visiting our Glastonbury Festival Shop.

Dress up at Home

Discover our Glastonbury Festival Shop range with selected items inspired by the wonderful Shangri-la, The Glade and Park Stage.

Second-hand Vinyl

If fashion is not your thing, why not pick up some second-hand vinyl from a selection of artists featured on the BBC’s Glastonbury 50TH anniversary broadcast.

There In Spirit

If there is someone you will be really missing this year, then why not send them this Ribbon Tower e-card to let them know you’ll be together in spirit. This gift will ensure families have the essentials they need like soap and clean water to protect themselves from coronavirus

Sourced by Oxfam: Rainbow Collection

We’ve also just launched our limited edition Sourced by Oxfam Rainbow collection. Any product you buy from this range also goes directly to our worldwide response to the coronavirus pandemic.

We hope you find something you like, whilst enjoying the festival weekend from the comfort of your home (or garden!) – we are already looking forward to seeing everyone at Worthy Fam in 2021.

Stewarding at Glastonbury 2019.

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis along at Glastonbury 2019.

Campaigners group photo on site at Glastonbury Festival 2019

Oxfam steward, Mark, scanning wristbands at Glastonbury Festival 2019.

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