Oxfam has appointed Code Computerlove as its digital marketing agency following a four-way pitch.
The Manchester agency will provide "strategic support and advice" to Oxfam's in-house digital, marketing and communications teams.
Sarah Jordan, head of digital communications at the charity, said: "Digital communication has become vital in helping Oxfam to achieve its goals. In particular we aim to deliver greater supporter engagement and increase revenue through digital channels.
“Our current website www.oxfam.org.uk and other digital spaces help us to communicate who we are, what we do and the values and beliefs that drive our work with partners and millions of people in poor communities worldwide. It is a vital tool to inspire and enable supporters to donate money and get involved with us in a huge range of activities to fight poverty."