We do this with the help of an amazing network of volunteers. Our emergency aid is hand-packed with care before being transported around the world.
Our highly trained ShelterBox response teams then go the extra mile to find the people left most vulnerable after a disaster – to make sure that no one gets forgotten or left behind. Our teams travel by foot, boat, helicopter or even tuk-tuk to get there. Whatever it takes.
Our work isn’t done until we know that we’ve provided the right materials to help people transform their lives.
Our ShelterBox response teams don’t just provide tools and tents or share skills. Our teams are the connection between ShelterBox’s supporters and people devastated by disaster – ordinary families helping other families thrown into extraordinary circumstances.
We work directly with local communities and partner with organisations to make sure that we get the right support to the right people.
We also have a global network of ShelterBox affiliates and international partners. They share our belief in a world where no family is without shelter when disaster strikes, and support us in making this a reality. Their support comes in many forms, including fundraising, volunteering and help in getting our aid to exactly the right people.
This collaboration happens at every stage of the journey. It enables us to transport emergency aid ad shelter across continents, bridge languages and take the path that leads straight to the families who need our support.
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