Fundraise with us

You can change the lives of families devastated by disaster

By going the extra mile and raising funds for ShelterBox, you’re helping us reach disaster-affected families all around the world.

Millions of families are currently living without shelter after disaster and in the face of the coronavirus crisis, shelter means more than ever. Your support is vital.

Don’t worry if you’re stuck for ideas, we have lots of suggestions to turn fun activities into vital funds for ShelterBox. Whether that be from the comfort of your home, following government guidelines and undertaking activities safely or planning something for the future. Let us inspire you.

Go the extra mile

With so many ways to raise money for ShelterBox, we’ve got lots to help make it happen, your way.

Whether you want to go it alone or organise something with your wider community.

20 for 20 Challenge

Sign up to run, swim, walk or cycle 20 miles at your own pace to celebrate 20 years of ShelterBox. Suitable for all abilities!

Celebrations and Commemorations

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or marking a milestone, including ShelterBox in your celebration, will help families on the road to recovery after disaster.

Young ShelterBox

We’ve got a range exciting activities and fundraising ideas for schools, youth groups and families to enjoy, whilst supporting families around the world after disaster.

Virtual talks

If you’re part of a group that’s meeting virtually, invite a ShelterBox speaker to join you online to hear more about ShelterBox’s work.

Join an event

Take on one of our fundraising events across the year and join others to raise money to provide shelter and support recovery.

ShelterBox Action Toolkit

Are you a Rotarian? Visit our Action Toolkit, where you’ll find a wealth of information about our partnership and tailored resources to keep your club informed and inspire your wider community.

Let Rakhi inspire you


Meet Rakhi, a junior doctor at Birmingham A&E, who has used her lockdown paintings to raise money for ShelterBox.

After busy and challenging shifts during the coronavirus crisis, she picks up her easel and paints her worries away. Rakhi posts her artwork on Instagram and sells prints and originals for donations on JustGiving. She has now raised over £600 for ShelterBox and has rekindled her passion for painting, something she hasn’t had the time to do in years.

For more inspiration, see some of the amazing things other ShelterBox fundraisers have done.

Read their stories

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Our fundraisers

From zip wires and bike rides to writing books and selling flowers - our fundraisers have done it all. See some of the amazing things our fundraisers have done in support of ShelterBox.