Join ShelterBox Explorers

Simply sign up for a £10 monthly donation and your child will receive an activity pack in the post every six weeks.

Join today and the lucky recipient will become a ShelterBox Explorer, learning about countries and communities around the world! Perfect for children aged 7-11.

How does it work?

1. Sign up to a monthly subscription and your lucky child will receive an activity pack in the post every six weeks.

2. Each issue focuses on a different country ShelterBox has responded in and is packed full of puzzles, fact files, recipes, papercraft and more!

3. 100% of the proceeds go towards supporting families who have lost their home to disaster.

Grab your bags, first stop is Malawi!

Want to find out more? Take a look at our FAQs.

Get your first issue

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What's included?

ShelterBox Explorers is an activity pack aimed at curious and clever 7-11 year olds. Each issue comes packed with activities, recipes, puzzles and stickers!

This activity pack is designed to immerse children into the world we live in. Each issue will introduce them to a new country and community that ShelterBox has supported, and they are guaranteed to have fun whilst doing it!

By building empathy with the global community, this activity pack will build your child’s skills through reading, writing, cooking and having fun.

The first issue comes with a world map for young Explorers to collect ShelterBox stickers and mark where we have travelled to!

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Who you're supporting

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All the proceeds from your donation go towards supporting families like Dharline’s.

Dharline was only three when Typhoon Vongfong took away her home in the Philippines.

Thanks to supporters like you, we were able to respond quickly. We provided her family with shelter and essential items, like a cooking set and solar light, so they could start rebuilding their home and their lives.

Dharline’s mum, Nelicie told us: ‘Home is very important to us, for our own protection and my children’s. Home for me is also an avenue for us to learn to live on our own and to take care of our own children.’

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the questions that we are often asked about ShelterBox Explorers


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