Emergency Disaster Relief
Right now, more than 113 million people around the world have been made homeless by 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 want to see a world where no family is left without shelter after disaster. Find out more about us.
Spotlight on conflicts
Right now, we’re working to support thousands of people around the world living through conflict. Explore how we’re responding to three of the largest humanitarian crises the world is facing right now.
Ways to get involved
Fundraise for us
By going the extra mile and organising an event to raise funds for ShelterBox, you’re helping us reach disaster-affected families all around the world.
Join ShelterBox Book Club
Find out more about the books we read, what our members think and how you can join for £10 a month.
Volunteering at ShelterBox
Every volunteer is instrumental in providing shelter to families after disaster, wherever they are in the world. Find out about them and how you can get involved here.
Where we're working
Thousands of people fleeing Ukraine urgently need support.
Super Typhoon Rai
We’re providing emergency shelter to people affected by Super Typhoon Rai that pummelled the Philippines.
The crisis in Yemen
Yemen is the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Learn more about the crisis here.
Conflict in Mozambique
Read about the ongoing conflict in Mozambique and see how we’re helping.
Earthquake in Haiti
We’re providing essential aid to families affected the most by the recent earthquake in Haiti.
Conflict in Burkina Faso
We’re working with our partner HELP to support vulnerable communities affected by conflict.
The Conflict in Ethiopia
Read about the ongoing conflict in Tigray and find out how we’re helping.
Our work in the Lake Chad Basin
We’re providing aid to families affected by the the Lake Chad Basin crisis.
The Conflict in Syria
We are providing shelter for families who have been forced to leave their homes due to the conflict in Syria.