Who is Oxfam owned by?

Oxfam International
Oxfam is a British founded confederation of 20 independent charitable organizations focusing on the alleviation of global poverty, founded in 1942 and led by Oxfam International.

Who is Oxfam’s CEO?

Danny Sriskandarajah
Danny Sriskandarajah, CEO of Oxfam GB, was speaking during a panel session at The Resource Alliance’s International Fundraising Conference (IFC Online 2020), which discussed whether the charity sector has become too self-centred.

Who owns Oxfam UK?

Dr Dhananjayan (Danny) Sriskandarajah, CEO I previously led CIVICUS, the Johannesburg-based alliance of civil society organisations with members in more than 180 countries.

Who is Oxfam accountable to?

At Oxfam we are committed to being transparent in our work and accountable to our stakeholders. We hold ourselves accountable to people in the communities where we work, to partner organisations, and to the general public as well as staff, volunteers, donors, and host governments.

How much does CEO of Oxfam earn?

CEO compensation among charities in the United Kingdom

Charity CEO salary (£) CEO name
Oxfam 124,000 Mark Goldring
National Trust 179,000 Fiona Reynolds
Prince’s Trust 140,000 Martina Milburn
RSPCA 140,000 Jeremy Cooper

Is Oxfam A British charity?

Oxfam GB. leading UK charity fighting global poverty.

Why do charity CEOs earn so much?

Geography influences the top executive’s salary: CEO salaries at nonprofits reflect the regional variation in the cost of living. The bigger the charity’s budget, the bigger the CEO’s wallet: Not surprisingly, the higher the charity’s total expenses, the more likely it is that the CEO will earn higher compensation.

Where does Oxfam get their money?

Oxfam Australia’s activities are mainly funded by community donation. Oxfam’s development and advocacy programs use 73% of donated funds, 16% is used for fundraising and promotion, and the remaining 11% for administration. In the case of emergency appeals, 85% of funds are used directly for emergency response purposes.

How Oxfam spend its money?

When it comes to running a huge world-changing operation, we make every penny count. On average for every £1 Oxfam spends, 84p goes on our emergency, development and campaigning work, 9p is spent on support and running costs and 7p is invested to generate future income.

What does Oxfam do to help the poor?

Oxfam is a global movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty. That means we tackle the inequality that keeps people poor. Together, we save, protect and rebuild lives when disaster strikes. We help people build better lives for themselves, and for others.

Where did the Oxfam organization get its name?

History. By 1960, it was a major international non-governmental aid organization. [citation needed] The first overseas committee was founded in Canada in 1963, and in 1965 the organization changed its name to its telegraphic address, OXFAM. The Oxford committee became known as Oxfam Great Britain or Oxfam GB.

How does Oxfam play a role in the SDGs?

As the world marks a year since the signing of the Sustainable Development Agenda, Oxfam has outlined a new vision for the role of development aid. This report sets out how more effective aid can support poor people to become active citizens, while also supporting effective and accountable governments to plot their own path to achieving the SDGs.

Who are the members of the Oxfam International Secretariat?

The Oxfam International Secretariat (OIS) leads, facilitates, and supports collaboration between the Oxfam affiliates to increase Oxfam’s impact on poverty and injustice through advocacy campaigns, development programmes and emergency response. The OIS Board comprises the Executive Director, Chair of each Affiliate, and the OI Chair.