Throughout Lent but we're asking Oasis supporters to give up one lunch and donate £5 to tackle school holiday hunger. 
Oasis Community Hubs supported over 23,000 people across 36 communities in 2018-19. The report shows that thousands benefitted from community events and celebrations, advice and support services, youth and children’s work, and community empowerment and adult education projects. 
With four million children in the UK often wearing shoes that don’t fit properly or aren’t suitable for their needs, ‘shoe poverty’ is a real problem. Jo Dolby, Hub leader in Bath, decided to do something about it this summer.
Oasis Uganda teamed up with tech company, ITEC, to build an IT container classroom at the Oasis Academy Musoto in Mbale District
Almost a year ago, a family of refugees was welcomed into the community Hub at Oasis Church Waterloo, under a project called Harvest for Hope.
Communities like Grimsby have made headlines for low levels of aspiration and high levels of unemployment, anti-social behaviour, and social isolation. Local residents in this Hub face similar issues, but at as Ty Curran, the Hub leader, has witnessed, there’s a massive community effort to bring about a brighter future.
Last year, the Foodbank saw a 77% increase in need for their services. This year the need has already increased another 24%. Something is desperately wrong when it comes to hunger in our communities.
For seven years, the Oasis Welkom Project has worked to help Thai women in Belgium who have been trafficked into exploitation. Now, the project has been recommended for an award by the Thai Embassy.
For many, the post-summer blues are quickly cured by the return of Channel 4’s ‘Great British Bake-Off’. And for the community around Oasis Hub Short Heath in Birmingham, that’s no different – as they take on a ‘bake-off’ challenge of their very own.
Oasis Hub Hobmoor, situated in the heart of South Yardley were just one of the community groups who shined during the celebration evening at Birmingham City Council with leaders saying ‘the Hobmoor model is a stunning example of hub development.’
In response to the impending cold weather and high numbers of homeless people we're launching an emergency appeal to fund Oyster cards for rough sleepers. 

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