Rotary E-Club of Global Diversity and Environment of Southern Connecticut

support our master cause

The Crew of the Rotary E-Club of Global Diversity and Environment of Southern Connecticut chose ShelterBox as one of our Master Causes ongoing when we Chartered the Club in June 2021.

Why ShelterBox?

  • Because it is Rotary International’s trusted and official project partner in disaster relief.
  • Because it speaks to rapid response in disasters such as right now in Haiti and increasing tragedies caused by climate disruptions throughout the World.

We know that the monies raised will go to exactly what we want it to – and the services to humanity are precise, life-saving, and offering dignity in the most tragic circumstance.  Thank you in advance for being part of our partnership.



ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and other essential items to families who have lost their homes to disasters or conflict.

In April 2021, ShelterBox surpassed providing support to two million people since 2000, responding to more than 300 disasters in nearly 100 countries.

ShelterBox responds urgently to earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, hurricanes, cyclones, tsunamis, or conflict by delivering boxes of essential shelter, aid, and other life-saving supplies.

Each iconic green ShelterBox contains a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, a water filtration system, emergency lighting, and other tools for survival.


The organization was nominated for a distinguished Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 and 2019. ShelterBox USA is based in Santa Barbara, California.


more ways to get involved

7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Haiti

On August 14, 2021 Haiti was struck by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. Buildings have been flattened and hospitals already under strain from COVID-19 are overwhelmed.

ShelterBox Events

Find information about upcoming events as well as recaps and videos of past keynotes.

Rotary: A cornerstone of ShelterBox work

Emergency shelter charity ShelterBox is celebrating signing up for another three years as Rotary International’s Project Partner in Disaster Relief.