By shining for ShelterBox this winter, you've helped people like William and Annie
When monsoon rains brought waist-high floodwaters to William and Annie’s village, their whole house was destroyed. Their crops were washed away and all of their belongings were lost - even their livestock.
They were also left without light. In Malawi, where William and Annie live with their five children, the sun sets quickly and the nights are completely dark. At night, deadly black mambas and other poisonous snakes come out, making even short trips to the latrine a dangerous prospect.
This is why we pack a solar light in every ShelterBox. These clever lights are waterproof, inflatable and can last up to 16 hours on just one charge. For families like William and Annie’s, solar lights are much more than a convenience - they mean safety and security.
It's not too late
Not had the chance to host a Shine for ShelterBox meal yet?
It's not too late to get together to brighten lives and host a fundraising candlelit supper for friends and family.
When disasters strike and power lines go down, families are left vulnerable, wrenched away from comfort and light.
This is why every ShelterBox we pack includes solar lights that dispel the dark and bring immediate safety to those who have lost everything.
It’s simple to get involved. All you need to do is request a free fundraising kit and we’ll send it to you in the post.
What's in the kit?
The Shine for ShelterBox kit includes everything you need to add a little sparkle and stardust to the occasion, from beautiful lanterns to invitations and table settings.
As you dine, you'll be raising money to provide emergency shelter for families who have lost everything in the blink of an eye.
Whether you love getting together with friends, already have a party planned for the festive season or fancy getting your local community together, by holding a heart-warming supper you can bring light to families in their hour of darkness.