Be involved
Learning opportunities and spreading disaster awareness in schools
We’ve a whole host of resources across all Key Stages for schools. Each exciting challenge features activities and a range of resources including film footage, original stories, fantastic pictures and much more. 
They're super easy to use and deliver national curriculum learning objectives through a cross-curricular approach. 
They're also great for ideas around community cohesion and global citizenship. To get started, please select a category to the right, or contact us for more information.

Activities for Scout and youth groups
We have a range of activities and resources for your youth groups from simple ball games to activities involving a section taking on the role of ShelterBox's operations team - it's all here! These activities allow your group to discover lots about ShelterBox's worldwide disaster relief work in an interactive and entertaining way.
Run your own Scavenger Hunt

Take up our challenge and help raise awareness of families affected by disasters around the world by running your own Scavenger Hunt.
We’ve created a guide which will talk you through everything you need to know to run the event in your local area! Here’s a video of a 2012 scavenger hunt below - if this looks like fun to you, feel free to get in touch.

Remember, if you’ve been involved in any ShelterBox activity, we’d love to hear from you. Why not email us your stories?
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Activity libraries

Schools activites

Scouting groups activities