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Emergency disaster relief

Right now, around 85 million people around the world have been made homeless by natural disaster and conflict. We're working to change this.

By providing emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by disaster, we're transforming despair into hope.

We are impatient to see a world where no family is left without shelter. Are you?


Essential shelter, tools and materials


Reaching the most remote communities


Transforming lives

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No family without shelter

ShelterBox is responding to the Syrian conflict

Whilst we’ve felt the chill here in the UK, families without a place to call home in Syria and around the world, have already endured temperatures below freezing this winter.

Having survived years of conflict and escaped the clutches of Islamic State, Om, Abo and their two children suffered a gruelling journey for 15 days through the wilderness to reach this camp.

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The latest from the field

We believe shelter is a human right. That’s why we will do whatever it takes to help vulnerable and remote communities when disaster or conflict strikes.


About us

ShelterBox is made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital. No ifs. No buts. We provide the tools that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives.  

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Building peace

Every minute, more families – just like yours - lose everything in the chaos of conflict. Their homes, their livelihoods, and even family members are brutally snatched away.

Take a look at how we’re helping to build peace, one family at a time here.

Building peace