'Providing humanitarian relief in the form of shelter, warmth and dignity to people made homeless or displaced by natural or other disasters’

ShelterBox Week is here!...

Big ShelterBox Week has officially begun all around the world...
Big ShelterBox Week is our annual awareness and fundraising week. Anyone can help make a global impact—including you! Join us and our supporters from around the world as we embark on seven days packed full of activities to raise awareness and funds, helping families who have lost everything after a disaster.  Read more here.

Delivering HOPE! - Get on-board Campaign

ShelterBox New Zealand raises its profile with use of transit advertising.
This year courtesy of iSite Media, the specialists in outdoor and out-of-home advertising, Buses in Auckland and Hamilton are displaying the new ShelterBox awareness campaign throughout the month of June. The campaign aims to highlight the challenges of delivering shelter into major disaster areas around the world and depicts two of our highly trained International ShelterBox Response Team volunteers, who ensure that aid reaches the communities and families most in need.   

Solo Sailor Supports ShelterBox...

Since last November, Sam Goodchild has been totally focused on trying to get himself and his boat 'ShelterBox' to the start of the 2013 Solitaire du Figaro.
Sam says "It’s exciting to be here but still a little bit scary and nerve-racking as I don’t want to waste the opportunity. In Figaro racing it can go wrong very quickly; one tactical error, bad boat preparation, bad choices on the boat or sails and you can lose vital miles on the other boats". Read more here.

Oklahoma Tornado.

A ShelterBox Response Team from the USA deploys to help displaced families in Moore, Oklahoma.
A timely reminder that disasters don't just hit third world countries brought home that fact clear and loud when a two-mile wide tornado left a path of total destruction through the Oklahoma city’s suburbs of Moore.  Read more here

Hope restored in Pakistan 

Barkat is 80 years old. He and his wife were home in the village of Shand in Pakistan when the 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the region of Mashkai. 
He and his wife lost everything, their belongings and their house. They were forced to live in the open air as Barkat did not have the energy to build a shelter. They were exposed to the elements as well as insects. They were about to lose hope when the Balochistan Rural Support Programme (BRSP) found them and gave them a ShelterBox disaster relief tent. Read more here.

Please HELP ShelterBox to keep on delivering...

ShelterBox has now opened a telephone Donation line.
Donors to ShelterBox are now able to make  a donation by using their phone. Simply dial 0900 DISASTER and a short introductory message will be heard, follow the instructions and a $3 donation can easily be made to ShelterBox.

IYE Students -
Reach Out to ShelterBox

District 9930 IYE inbound students present their cheque for $1,500 to ShelterBox at the District Conference. (Photo: Ross Pinkham).
International inbound exchange students from Rotary District 9930 recently presented a cheque to ShelterBox which was accepted on their behalf by the District Governor Roger Miller during the District Conference which was held in Napier.  Read more here

Japan or Bust...  Scouts drive to Jamboree!

"Hang on lads...  I've got a great idea!

The epic journey which will see the Bus travel through 23 countries in 3 months. Starting at Gilwell Park, home of the ‘The Scout Association’, and  finishing in Yamaguchi, Japan, where 40,000 Scouts from 161 Countries are being hosted at the 23rd World Scout Jamboree, the world’s biggest youth event and all in aid of ShelterBox!  Read more here

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