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Fundraising Tours for Local Charities

We are a social enterprise and we believe in giving back to Oxford's local community. 

For this reason, we collaborate with different Oxford-based organizations whose work we admire and want to support. Each month, one of our walking tours will be offered as a fundraising event - making it a donation-based tour.

Hidden Histories


Sunday 25 September


Getting Medieval


Sunday 23 October


Follow the Money


Sunday 20 November


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History of Medicine

Sunday 18 December


Hidden Histories Tour

in support of OSARCC

OSARCC is Oxfordshires' Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre. It was founded in 1979 as a collective of women, all volunteers, working to support women who had experienced rape and sexual abuse. OSARCC's mission is:

  • Providing a diverse range of effective services that meet the needs of survivors in Oxfordshire who are affected by sexual violence

  • Raising awareness of the prevalence and impact of sexual violence and the need for specialist services to support survivors.

  • Challenging and changing public attitudes about sexual violence in Oxfordshire and beyond.


Getting Medieval Tour

in support of Jacari

Jacari is an award-winning charity providing free, 1:1 tutoring for disadvantaged migrant, asylum-seeking, and refugee children aged 6-16 who have English as an Additional Language (EAL) and are struggling at school. They operate in Bristol and Oxford and work with more than 200 volunteer tutors.

Jacari’s mission is to improve the confidence and English language skills of young people through their free tuition scheme. They work with those who have English as an additional language and are at risk of not achieving their full potential. 

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Follow the Money Tour

in support of the Gatehouse

The Gatehouse offers free support for adults aged 25+ who are homeless, vulnerably housed, on low income and/or looking for company and community.  The Gatehouse has been operating as a local drop in café for Oxford City homeless and the vulnerably housed for thirty years.

The Aims of the charity are: “To relieve poverty and hardship among homeless and needy people in or near the City of Oxford and, in particular, by the provision of a drop-in centre.”

This is achieved by welcoming the homeless and vulnerable and providing a place where companionship, dignity, and refreshment can be found in a warm, safe and therapeutic environment. All services offered by The Gatehouse to its Guests are provided free of charge.


History of Medicine Tour

in support of Oxfordshire Mind

Oxfordshire Mind is a local mental health charity. They have been campaigning for better mental health in Oxfordshire for over 50 years with a wide range of support services. 

They promote good mental health, through the provision of high quality services and campaigning for positive change. They value:

  • Striving to make mental health services more human

  • Working alongside people to help them realise their potential

  • Raising awareness, promoting understanding and challenging stigma

  • The importance of community and the benefits of mutual support