Volunteer with ShelterBox

Be part of the action and work towards our mission to see a world where no family goes without shelter after disaster and conflict.


All year long, ShelterBox volunteers come together to have fun and make a difference by being part of our team.

Across the country, ShelterBox volunteers raise awareness and funds for shelter. With more than 113 million people around the world homeless by disaster and conflict, we’d love you to join our international community of volunteers to help provide shelter and other essential items to families that have lost their homes.

Take a look below at the current opportunities to get involved.

We always need help raising funds so that we can deliver life-changing aid to more people, and there are so many creative ways to do it. To find out more, visit our fundraising page.

It’s an incredible feeling to be able to reach out and help people on the other side of the world in what is quite possibly the worst moment of their lives. That’s why I support ShelterBox.

– Pam Furnish, ShelterBox Volunteer


What are you passionate about?

Be the face of ShelterBox

Our Ambassador, Advocate, Rotary Area Coordinator and Event Volunteer roles exist to help spread the word about ShelterBox’s work and rally support.

Volunteer behind the scenes

Use your skills or influence to help us reach our goals as a Brand Ambassador or Project Officers.

Create your own adventure

Plan your own adventure and fundraise along the way to fund emergency shelter for families affected by some of the world’s worst disasters and conflicts.

ShelterBox Response Team

Following a natural disaster or conflict, our Response Team Volunteers leave their own families to travel around the world and deliver shelter, tools and other essential items to the families who need them most.

The conditions can be very challenging and it can be physically and mentally demanding. Becoming a response team member is a huge responsibility, but it can also be incredibly rewarding.


Have a question about volunteering?