Blog, Book Club Blog
Q&A with Durian Sukegawa – Author of Sweet Bean Paste
In spring 2022, the members of the ShelterBox Book Club read ‘Sweet Bean Paste’ by Durian Sukegawa. We compiled questions from our members for Durian, take a look at his written answers.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month – 8 steps to being a better ally
LGBTQ+ Pride Month is here. Learn how to be a better ally to the LGBTQ+ community and challenge the norms.
Extreme storms: 3 stories of survival you should read
Climate change is making extreme storms even more devastating. Read 3 stories of survival after extreme storms in Vanuatu and Malawi.
Preparing for another active Hurricane season
The 2022 Atlantic Basin hurricane season is more active than usual, with more powerful named storms than average since the start of the season. Read how we’re preparing.
5 Inspiring fundraising stories we love
From physical challenges to camping in the freezing cold, here are some of our favourite fundraising stories.
How we reached 100,000 people in the Philippines after Typhoon Rai
See how we worked with partners to reach 20,000 families after Typhoon Rai.
How to help people affected by the Ukraine crisis
Read how you can help people affected by the Ukraine crisis.
7 things you need to know about the Syrian conflict
In March 2011, peaceful protests in Syria escalated into brutal conflict that’s still ongoing. Read 7 facts about the conflict in Syria.
5 Things you should know about the latest IPCC report
The latest IPCC Report on climate change is out. Read 5 of the main findings of this report and why our work is important in the fight against climate change.
What are climate-related disasters?
Our changing climate is making large weather events like droughts and hurricanes worse. Learn more about climate-related disasters.
What is Lent and why do people give things up? 5 things you should know about Lent 2022
2021 Haiti Earthquake: How we reached families affected the most
See how ShelterBox worked with partners to respond to the 2021 Haiti earthquake, despite the challenges.
How to beat the winter blues: 4 easy ways
As the temperatures drop and the days remain short, it’s not uncommon for many of us to be feeling a little blue. Here are four easy ways to beat the winter blues and start looking forward to Spring.
The importance of home
Child psychologist Paul Howard-Jones reflects on the importance of a safe and stable home on a child’s development.
The ethical Christmas gift guide 2021
The ultimate Christmas gift guide from ShelterBox will inspire you to choose the best unique, ethical, and fun gifts for the whole family. Have a look at our top 2021 Christmas gift ideas below and happy shopping!
Blog, Book Club
We Have the Climate Science: Now Stories Must Take Centre Stage
Storytelling inspires change. See why ShelterBox Book Club has published Tamesis Street: an all-star story of a climate crisis.
Black History Month 2021 – The story of Joseph Antonio Emidy
Learn what Black History Month is and read the story of Joseph Antonio Emidy.
COP26: The climate crisis needs our anger – but it also needs our hope
COP26 conference: Our CEO Sanj Srikanthan reflects on the urgent message we’re sending to global leaders.
A forgotten crisis: Five things you need to know about the Tigray conflict
Learn about the devastating humanitarian crisis unfolding in Tigray, Ethiopia.
Stronger Together: How we worked with partners to respond in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota
Read how we worked with Rotary and Habitat for Humanity to support families in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota.