Grab your friends, family and colleagues, and get involved in a ShelterBox challenge event.
Our ShelterBox response Teams go where disaster strikes to reach communities in need and ensure that no family goes without shelter.
Are you ready to take on a challenge and help our teams go a little further?
Doing your own challenge?
If you are taking on a challenge and would like to fundraise for ShelterBox please get in touch. We’d love to help you!
Be inspired to take on a challenge event
Commonwealth and Great Britain Olympian Mark Foster has got some top tips to get you motivated and ready for a challenge!
Whether you choose to swim, run, walk or cycle, every mile you cover will help a family affected by disaster and conflict.
So what are you waiting for? Get fit, have fun and change lives.
Prudential Ride London 100
Sunday 16 August, 2020
Become part of Team ShelterBox and take on the Prudential RideLondon 100 mile race.
The Flood Expo (attending)
11th - 12th September, 2019
Come and visit our stand to hear all about how ShelterBox works in areas affected by flood.
COLIN BELL, A STORY OF PERSEVERANCE
On 18 October 2018, a team of ShelterBox staff cheered Colin across the line in Land’s End at the end of his fundraising JOGLE.
Colin had set himself the challenge of walking from John O’ Groats all the way to Land’s End with a ShelterBox strapped to his back.
He had set off in June 2018, and his journey lasted 78 days in total covering an overall distance of 1,130 miles on foot, via the three peaks. From extreme heat to shivering cold and pouring rain – Colin went through it all.
Watch his journey in this video or read his story here.
Ready to donate after a challenge?
After your challenge or event, you can send in the money you've raised quickly and easily. Donate online or send us a cheque by post, it's up to you.
Do your own thing
If these challenges aren't your thing, feel free to check out our other fundraising ideas.
Or put a twist on your regular leisure activities or create a new event to support families all over the world after disaster.