Become a ShelterBox Adventurer

Give purpose to your passion

Turn your passion into action for good

Have you ever dreamed of cycling the length of a continent? Summiting a mountain? Or rowing across an ocean? Now, you can give purpose to your passion by becoming a ShelterBox Adventurer!

At ShelterBox, we go the extra mile to provide families who have been forced from their homes by disaster or conflict with the shelter and supplies they need to survive. But we can’t do it alone.

ShelterBox Adventurers are ordinary people who take on extraordinary challenges, often with a ShelterBox strapped to their backs, to raise awareness and funding for our vital work.

Is there something on your bucket list that you’d like to turn into a fundraising challenge to help shelter a family in need?
Then YOU have what it takes to become an Adventurer.

Tell us your dream. We’ll support you every step of the way.

Welcome to Team ShelterBox.


“Back the Box”

What challenge will you take on?


Join the Next Adventurers Trek!

By joining ShelterBox USA’s Zion adventure this September 20th-22nd, you’re not just embarking on a trek through stunning landscapes—you’re also making a profound difference in the lives of families worldwide.

Your support enables ShelterBox to deliver emergency shelter and vital aid to those affected by disaster and conflict, providing them with the safety, warmth, and dignity they desperately need in their darkest hours.

With each step you take through Zion Base Camp, you’re helping to ensure that families facing unimaginable challenges receive the shelter, tools, and support necessary to rebuild their lives.

Together, we can make a tangible impact and offer a lifeline to those in need.


Meet Our Inspiring Adventurers

Passionate People Taking on Epic Challenges for ShelterBox

The Fourteeners Project for ShelterBox

Bert Woodrum’s mission to climb all 58 of Colorado’s 14,000ft mountain peaks with the iconic ShelterBox on her back  for disaster relief.

Canoeing the Mississippi River for ShelterBox

Erik Elsea of Cape Coral, Fla. solo paddled the entire length of the Mississippi River this summer to raise funds for ShelterBox USA.

A Global Ride for Charity

Tim Bridgman bicycled through 39 countries and 37,000 miles and has been an inspiration with his story of hope, loss, courage, and fortitude.

The Second Summits

Chase Harr climbed all 67 of New England’s 4,000 Footers for ShelterBox USA after being inspired by Brittney “Bert” Woodrum.

Rowing the Atlantic

At 21, Jasmine Harrison became the youngest woman to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, all in the name of ShelterBox.

A Ride For Shelter

Jesse Pine was inspired by Brittney Woodrum’s Fourteeners Project to cycle from California to Alaska in support of ShelterBox USA.

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Adventurer Testimonials

Everybody should go out and do a fundraiser for ShelterBox…when you’re passionate about what you’re doing and the mission you’re supporting everything falls into place…The ShelterBox team made it easy and I was never alone.”


– Brittney Woodrum, Fourteeners Project

What compelled us [to raise funds] for ShelterBox was that it didn’t matter who you were, where you came from-the organization helps people who have lost everything in an instant. ShelterBox is amazing in how it uses the goodwill of people to fulfill the mission.

– Tim Bridgman, Global Cyclist

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Shelter is more than just a roof – it’s a home. The impact of ShelterBox provides the foundation for life, for families, for communities.

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