7 simple ways to lead a sustainable life
Small, everyday changes to our daily life can have a positive impact on the fight against climate change. Here are 7 simple ways to be more sustainable.
One Year On: How Coronavirus has affected our work
In the last year, coronavirus has changed the way we work. We knew that we would need to adapt many of our processes to meet the increasing need for shelter. As a result, we’ve changed our aid...
10 things you need to know about the Syrian conflict
On 15 March 2011, the Arab Spring reached Syria. Peaceful protests soon escalated into brutal conflict as government and opposition forces clashed. And in the years since, this conflict has shifted...
What we learned after opening ShelterBox Operations Philippines
In 2017, ShelterBox Operations Philippines (SBOP) was established as a locally registered NGO that is supported by ShelterBox Operations HQ in the UK. SBOP allows us to store aid items in-country so...
4 Reasons why you should take part in Give a Tent for Lent
This Lent, give something up for charity and raise vital funds for disaster-affected families. Take part in Give a Tent for Lent.
Remembering major earthquake responses – Gujarat 2001 and Haiti 2010
January 2001 and 2010 will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. Read about two of our most important earthquake responses and learn more about earthquakes.
5 reasons why you should take up a challenge for ShelterBox
New Year, new you! From setting personal goals and helping families affected by disaster, here’s why you should take up a challenge for ShelterBox this year.
Remote training: how we’re training teams and communities during coronavirus
Delivering training is crucial for the success of our projects. See how we’ve conducted remote training this year despite the challenges posed by coronavirus.
6 Ways to Give Back this Christmas
2020 has been a year like no other. Here are six ways to make an impact this Christmas on the lives of families affected by disaster.
20 Years of ShelterBox: 4 Volunteer stories that take us back
As we celebrate our 20th birthday this year, we couldn’t forget our volunteers who dedicate their time and effort to help us make sure families receive emergency shelter after disaster.