Guest blog by Kristi York Wooten, an activist who volunteered with Oxfam at the Atlanta show on July 2nd.
If you’ve been to a Coldplay gig recently, you experienced a feast of light and sound. You probably also received an LED wristband, which... Read More
Hello, so I’m Oxfam Esme. The ‘fake Oxfam Rachel’ for a week, according to some of the Coldplay crew who are bit baffled by the temporary switch and the strange name.
I’m a Brit abroad like Rach, although a lot of Toronto Coldplay fans... Read More
So we might be on a tour break and heading back to Canada and America soon but Europe people I need your help!
As some of you might be aware the Coldplay tour is soon to hit Europe in August... Read More
Signing up to the GROW campaign at Coldplay gigs, to find out how you can support small-scale farmers on 1.5 billion farms around the world is just one way you can help mend the food system.
There are also simple things you can do every day, to do... Read More
This is a guest blog. Kaleigh volunteered at the Atlanta show.
Last Monday (2nd July) was such a great night, and I owe it to Oxfam and Coldplay. It marked the 4th time I have volunteered with Oxfam at a Coldplay show (and my 9th time seeing them),... Read More
All last week we ran a photo contest on Twitter to find the best picture of someone with their favourite local food.
WOW. What impressive entries we had, with submissions from all over the world; Holland, England, Indonesia, South Africa, India,... Read More
For those of you who have been following the blog you will know that in London I met Oxfam GB volunteers who worked in several different parts of the organisations. On visiting Philadelphia I had a very similar experience, but this time with Oxfam... Read More