Jo checks in at Oxfam checkout
RADIO One DJ Jo Whiley took a break from spinning tunes to selling them at Oxfam s music and book shop in Kentish Town. Last Friday Ms Whiley (pictured) worked in the shop s music section as part of Oxfam s I m in anti-poverty-drive. The campaign aims t
RADIO One DJ Jo Whiley took a break from spinning tunes to selling them at Oxfam's music and book shop in Kentish Town.
Last Friday Ms Whiley (pictured) worked in the shop's music section as part of Oxfam's "I'm in" anti-poverty-drive.
The campaign aims to get one million people to pledge their support to Oxfam by volunteering, donating money, or campaigning for change.
She said: "I genuinely do give a damn about wanting to see an end to extreme poverty.
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"Oxfam works every day towards this goal and by volunteering in the Oxfam music shop it is my way of saying, 'I'm In'.
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