Where we donate
Since we were founded, oxfizz has donated nearly £1 million to charities our volunteers choose.
When our volunteers work with students whose families or schools can pay for their support, we donate the profits to a charity of their choice.
We make these charity donations at the end of each financial year. See below for more information on where our volunteers choose to donate their money raised.
in 2018, volunteers donated more money to education and access charities than any other cause.
In total, 29% of all charity donations went to charities supporting access in education. This represented £14,525 in total.
25% of charity donations went to charities supporting international relief and development, which represented £12,581.
15% of donations went to charities working on UK social issues, and a further 15% to health charities.
In 2018, more volunteers chose to donate to education and access than any other cause.
In total, 47 volunteers chose to donate to education and access causes. This represented 34% of the total number of fundraising volunteers, which was 137.
24 volunteers gave to UK social issues, and 24 to health. These each represented 18% of the total fundraising volunteers.
in 2018, The charity our volunteers donated the most money to was campus children’s holidays.
12 of our volunteers together donated £4064 to Campus, which provides summer holidays for 6-13 year old children in Merseyside who wouldn’t otherwise have one.
This was followed by £2872 donated to the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative, which has supported the delivery of 210 treatments for schistosomiasis.
And by £2072 donated to the Against Malaria Foundation, which has funded and distributed neatly 90 million malaria nets.