expired Extra 20% off All SALE Items (Already up to 80% off) @ Oxfam Shop (ONLINE Only)


Was notified by email: http://you.oxfam.org.au/index.php/email/emailWebview?mkt_tok...
of a five day 20% increase of this sale I previously posted: Up to 80% off + Free Shipping over $200 - Food & Drink, Accessories, Home Decor, Toys @ Oxfam Shop Online - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/428661
(I guess nothing quite 80% off is another 20% off or it would be free LOL.)

Standard Delivery within Australia - 15% of the value of goods - minimum $10.00 - maximum $25.00
Free Shipping over $200

Some examples:

Handmade Indonesian Earthenware Ulekan & Cobek ( Mortar And Pestle ) $8 - https://shop.oxfam.org.au/lombok-mortar-pestle-cobek (the earthenware process is amazing read about it here: https://shop.oxfam.org.au/lombok-pottery-centre/ )

Handmade Indian Shanti Leather Butterfly Moneybox $12 - https://shop.oxfam.org.au/butterfly-money-box (about: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santiniketan_Leather_Goods)

Handmade Indian Iron and Glass Seed Bead Necklace $8 - https://shop.oxfam.org.au/bright-rope-necklace

Handcarved Indian Mango-wood Fox Photo Frame $12 - https://shop.oxfam.org.au/fox-photo-frame

And no need to worry:

As part of our promise to artisans, farmers and customers any discount you receive does not reduce the price we pay our artisans and farmers. We can help tackle poverty together through empowering communities with ethical trade.

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    Still too expensive


      at least 'some' of it goes to a charitable cause I would like to think.

      • +2 votes

        Yes some of it goes to Oxfam and it's various charitable works.

        But it's better than that…

        Some of it goes to the impoverished people who make the items; a fair and decent amount.

        And some goes to creating new business groups, new jobs, and training even more impoverished people, to make new items to sell.

        Give a man a fish vs Teach a man to fish.

    • +4 votes

      :( Agree to disagree.

      I appreciate handmade things; the time, care, beauty, and uniqueness of an item made by human hands instead of a machine or on a conveyor belt.

      And I appreciate things made by people who I can feel sure were payed adequately and treated with respect.

      • +1 vote


        Oxfam Shop – Why are we different?
        Fast food and fast fashion are part of our culture. We have become used to shopping for the best discounts on mass-produced items.

        However, here at Oxfam we know that this can put unfair market pressure on artisans and farmers from poor communities.

        We believe all lives are equal and no-one should live in poverty. And so we join forces with people who share this belief, to empower poor communities to build better lives for themselves.

        We want to make sure that we pay a fair price for the products we buy — to represent their real value.

        Unlike many other retailers, we recognise the value of:
        The skill and techniques that go into making a product
        The culture and history that the product represents
        The quality of the raw materials and production methods
        The hard work and passion that go into making each product

        We want to provide our customers with the highest quality, value for money product. Each item we sell is unique, beautiful, and practical and — best of all — every item is filled with purpose, which is to tackle poverty by improving the lives of artisans and farmers from poor communities.

        You and Oxfam, tackling poverty together.


    two items was $60 shipping. no bueno


    it's after midnight and still extra 20% off so maybe extended? going to unexpire

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