Music Campaigning for Oxfam at festivals: apply by 1st July!


fest_generic_305cCan you inspire others to do something for Oxfam?

This year Oxfam is getting even bigger in the world of music and they want you to be a part of it. If you are passionate about Oxfam and want to play a part in their most exciting year at festivals ever then this is your chance. You get to make a difference  whilst having fun and you will inspire others to get involved with Oxfam. If this sounds like you then they could have a Music Campaigning Volunteer role for you.

Oxfam is currently recruiting for Music Campaigners at Latitude, Camp Bestival, Reading, Leeds and Bestival, so if you want to join them at any of these, then please read on.

“This summer’s festivals will provide some of our best opportunities to reach a huge audience with news of our work; and we try to do it as creatively as possible. Over the years we’ve painted people blue, covered them in tattoos and got green paint all over the festival site, all in support of our campaigns, and we have more exciting plans for this year.”

campaignersglasto315x200“We want you to engage people in the work of Oxfam through music. We want you to lift people out of poverty by taking our music campaign out to the crowds and bringing it alive! You’ll be talking to festival-goers all over the site and encouraging them to take part in creative and thought-provoking activities. We need people who are enthusiastic, who have experience of communicating with others and who will brave any weather condition to get out there and engage with festival-goers.”

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Please note: the applications for Latitude, Camp Bestival, Reading, Leeds and Bestival will close on 1 July 2014.

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