Step up to the challenge
Are you ready to go further to shelter families around the world after disaster in 2022?
Through our Trek 4 Shelter campaign, our goal is to raise $250,000 across five, once-in-a-lifetime adventures.
This amount is enough to provide 1,000 families with essential shelter aid, including our ShelterKits, solar lights, water filters and mosquito nets — life-changing, life-saving aid that will help disaster-affected communities to begin the slow process of recovery.
We’re asking you to help us continue our efforts by joining one of our Trek 4 Shelter adventures today!
When you sign up, you’ll join a team of other passionate ShelterBox supporters who will trek with you and we’ll give you all the guidance you’ll need to start your fundraising journey.
Larapinta Trek — August 2022
As part of ShelterBox Larapinta 2022, over seven days, you’ll follow well-worn yet timeless red dirt tracks along the slopes of the West MacDonnell Ranges, immersed in the rich history of Australia’s First Peoples.
Beside winding rivers, across open plains, to the summit of Mount Sonder and into the shaded Ormiston Gorge – by day, you’ll conquer one of the world’s premier desert treks, enjoying breathtaking historic landscapes made famous by Albert Namatjira’s paintings.
Southern Alps Trek — October 2022
In October 2022, ShelterBox Australia will be trekking New Zealand’s Southern Alps to help give families who have experienced disaster the most basic human need: shelter.
Disasters can strike anywhere, at any time. Every year, hundreds and thousands of people, often with no warning, lose their homes, their possessions and their livelihoods. ShelterBox Australia Southern Alps, New Zealand 2022 is your chance to make a tangible difference and ensure no family goes without shelter following a disaster or humanitarian crisis.
RESPONDING RIGHT AROUND THE WORLD
With your support, ShelterBox can continue to respond to some of the most remote communities around the world that have been affected by disaster.
We go the extra mile to find the most vulnerable families whose lives have been devastated by disaster.