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Blog, News


The ethical Christmas gift guide 2021

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 18/11/2021

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!

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Blog, Book Club


We Have the Climate Science: Now Stories Must Take Centre Stage

by Catherine Thornhill, ShelterBox Book Club Head BookWorm 15/11/2021

Storytelling inspires change. See why ShelterBox Book Club has published Tamesis Street: an all-star story of a climate crisis.

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Blog, News


Black History Month 2021 – The story of Joseph Antonio Emidy

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 25/10/2021

Learn what Black History Month is and read the story of Joseph Antonio Emidy.

Blog, News


COP26: The climate crisis needs our anger – but it also needs our hope 

by Sanj Srikanthan, ShelterBox CEO 15/10/2021

COP26 conference: Our CEO Sanj Srikanthan reflects on the urgent message we’re sending to global leaders.

Blog


5 Inspiring fundraising stories we love

by Shauntae Manders 17/09/2021

From physical challenges to camping in the freezing cold, here are our favourite fundraising stories from the past year.

Blog


A forgotten crisis: Five things you need to know about the Tigray conflict

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 26/08/2021

Learn about the devastating humanitarian crisis unfolding in Tigray, Ethiopia.

Blog


Stronger Together: How we worked with partners to respond in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota

by Céline Chhea, Operations Coordinator 20/08/2021

Read how we worked with Rotary and Habitat for Humanity to support families in Honduras after Hurricanes Eta and Iota.

Blog


World Humanitarian Day 2021

by Nicky Stephens, ShelterBox Digital Marketing & Innovation Manager 18/08/2021

Discover everything you need to know about World Humanitarian Day and meet four real-life humanitarians.

Blog


Preparing for a busy Hurricane season

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 16/08/2021

The 2021 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.

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Blog, News


Six summer reads from ShelterBox Book Club

by John Stanbury, Public Fundraising Assistant 20/07/2021

Have a look at these 6 summer reads picked exclusively by ShelterBox Book Club.

Blog


Interview with Domi, ShelterBox Operations Philippines

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 08/07/2021

We spoke to Domi, the warehouse and logistics supervisor at the ShelterBox Operations Philippines office. Read on to hear about his journey with ShelterBox, what his job involves, and his message to ShelterBox supporters.

Blog


LGBTQ+ Pride Month – 8 steps to being a better ally

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 21/06/2021

When it comes to the subject of sexuality, gender, and sexual orientation, preconceived ideas around what the ‘norm’ is are changing.

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Blog


The G7 comes to Cornwall – what will be on the table?

by Sanj Srikanthan, ShelterBox CEO 02/06/2021

The G7 summit of 2021 is taking place on our home turf in Cornwall. Read why it’s important for us and the communities affected by climate change.

Blog


7 simple ways to lead a sustainable life

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 06/05/2021

Small, everyday changes to our daily life can have a positive impact on the fight against climate change. Here are 7 simple ways to be more sustainable.

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Blog


One Year on: How Coronavirus Has Affected Our Work

by Nicky Stephens, ShelterBox Digital Marketing & Innovation Manager 24/03/2021

See how coronavirus has changed our work, and what the impact has been for families who have been displaced by disaster.

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Blog


10 things you need to know about the Syrian conflict

by Philly Byrde, ShelterBox Communications & PR Manager 05/03/2021

In March 2011, peaceful protests in Syria escalated into brutal conflict that’s still ongoing. Read 10 facts about the conflict in Syria.

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Blog


Remote training: how we’re training teams and communities during coronavirus

by Mark Boeck, Training Officer 14/02/2021

Delivering training is crucial for the success of our projects. See how we’ve conducted remote training this year despite the challenges posed by coronavirus.

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Blog


4 Reasons why you should take part in Give a Tent for Lent

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 01/02/2021

This Lent, give something up for charity and raise vital funds for disaster-affected families. Take part in Give a Tent for Lent.

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Blog


Remembering major earthquake responses – Gujarat 2001 and Haiti 2010

by Yiota Liopetriti, ShelterBox Digital Marketing Executive 14/01/2021

January 2001 and 2010 will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. Read about two of our most important earthquake responses and learn more about earthquakes.

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Blog


5 reasons why you should take up a challenge for ShelterBox

by Lauren Turner, Training Officer 04/01/2021

New Year, new you! From setting personal goals and helping families affected by disaster, find out why you should take up a challenge for ShelterBox this year.

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