News & Updates
Charity News & Updates

Oxford homeless charities Aspire Oxford and Oxford Homeless Pathways are absolutely delighted to have reached their Gift of Hope Christmas Appeal target of £15,000.
Room at the Inn?
Room at the Inn?
Aspire Oxford have invited Clare Ellis to talk about her experience of becoming homeless with 2 children and how Aspire helped her back into a life with a home and work.
Oxford homeless charities Aspire Oxford and Oxford Homeless Pathways have launched an appeal for donations to support homeless people in Oxford this Christmas. Hundreds of local people in Oxfordshire will wake up without a home on Christmas Day. It’s vital that Aspire and Oxford Homeless Pathways can support homeless people into safe housing and secure employment so that they can leave homelessness behind.
Sophie-Jane is on a mission to replenish the stock of toys in the childrens' wards at the John Radcliffe Hospital for Christmas. Could you help?
Santas on the Run 2015
Santas on the Run 2015
Fancy some healthy festive fun while raising money for a local children’s hospice?
“Not Just Homeless” is a powerful film that challenges our preconceptions about homelessness in Oxfordshire. The project follows the journeys of local people affected by homelessness and gives them the chance to tell their stories from their point of view, breaking down stigmas and challenging stereotypes about what it means to be homeless in the process.
After nine months of hard work the Museum of Oxford Friends (MoOF) launch on Friday June 12th in the Old Museum was a resounding success. Here are some more details of their aims and needs - let them know if you'd like to help in any way.
Helen & Douglas House cares for terminally ill children, young adults and their families through exceptional hospice care. We provide medical, emotional and practical support, helping families deal with the implications of living with a child who will die prematurely, so they can make the most of their time together. As a charity we rely almost entirely on donations to support our families.
This year the Museum of Oxford celebrates its 40 years in the town hall. To mark this exciting period we are launching a 40:40 project - forty things for forty years. We want the people of Oxford and all partners and businesses to help us find 40 things that you think are exclusively Oxford. Anything that inspires, fascinates, provokes or intrigues you about Oxford. It could be pictures, objects, stories, places, interesting facts, films almost anything goes!
The Annual World Poohsticks Championships have been held at Days Lock, Long Wittenham for the last 31 years. It has now become so popular that the Oxford Spires Rotary Club are looking for an alternative venue with more space.
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