A CHARITY wants to triple its number of supporters in 100 days.
Oxfam, which has half a million people on its books, wants a million more.
The `I'm in' campaign is calling on anyone who "gives a damn" to pledge support and wait to be contacted.
People will then be asked to contribute to the charity by donating, campaigning or working in an Oxfam shop.
Oxfam runs a large waste recycling centre in Huddersfield. It also runs shops in Huddersfield, Brighouse, Mirfield and Cleckheaton.
As a founding member of the Make Poverty History movement and active in more than 70 countries, Oxfam is one of the UK's most prominent welfare groups.
Seven million people wore white bands earlier this year to support its anti-poverty campaign, but nowhere near that number support the charity. Oxfam hope this latest campaign will change that.
Adrian Lovett, Oxfam's campaigns director, said: "This is the biggest target we have ever set ourselves but we know that there are millions of people in the UK who believe that world poverty can be overcome."